LOS ANGELES — "The Reality Distortion Field." Anyone who's had an ambitious boss has likely used the phrase, though few probably realize that it was coined at Apple Computer in the early '80s to describe the impossible demands emanating...Show More Summary
The problem with CBS’ latest procedural venture, Limitless, is that its setup feels like familiar territory, even if you haven’t seen the movie. The life of classic ne’er-do-well Brian Finch (Jake McDorman) gets a boost when an old friend...Show More Summary
HARDCORE is a tricky movie to review. On the one hand, there’s no denying that it’s an extraordinary, ground-breaking achievement on a technical level, offering a cinematic rush that’s unlike anything that’s ever been seen before. On the other hand, beyond pure technique and visceral thrills, the flick is almost insultingly stupid and frequently poorly […]
Everything we know about Lady Gaga's fifth album - MTV News 21 movies reviewed by people who haven't seen them - HuffPost Entertainment What's in store for UnREAL's second season? - Vulture 7 famous people with shockingly bad résumés...Show More Summary
Before Kino Lorber announced they were releasing Miracle Mile on Blu-ray I had never even heard of the film, much less seen it. The other night when I got around to popping the movie in and hitting play, I did so with no expectations. What happened in the next 88 minutes blew me away. Maybe […]
Have you seen the movie Pixels yet? Despite lukewarm reviews, since movie theaters are celebrating a movie with '80s video games, it looks like the perfect time to remember one of the biggest stars of the arcade and Do The Donkey Ko...
Being an ‘angry man’ on the internet is really played out, but sometimes anger is the correct response to something terrible. I haven’t seen Adam Sandler’s latest movie Pixels, but it seems like this MovieBob video review is a slice of pure righteous rage. More »
Scott R. Kurtz: NON-SPOILER REVIEW (Safe to read if you haven’t seen the movie yet) Got a chance to see Ant-Man last weekend with a group of friends who also happen to all be comic pros. I also got to see it with my brother, so it was extra special. Show More Summary
We cannot remember having seen so many markets at critical points simultaneously. It is truly astonishing. Scary movie or turning points? We do not know for sure, but let's review the strategic assets in order to get an understanding of the likely scenarios going forward. Show More Summary
This is a movie that knows what it is and is content to be so. Light on plot, heavy on abs. Men with shirt allergies and simple goals. So many abs. I have not seen the first Magic Mike. I did, however, read the wikipedia plot summary before the movie started. Show More Summary
Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s only $7 on Amazon today. Be sure to check out Kotaku’s review if you’re on the fence. [Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, $7] Read more...
I’ve never seen an episode of the TV series “Entourage,” on which the new movie is based. But a more useful qualification to review it would be never having seen a movie made by a Hollywood studio—no superheroes and no rom-coms, no disaster...Show More Summary
PLOT: The Bowen family moves into a house that has been built over an old cemetery. Chaos ensues. You know what happens. REVIEW: It shouldn't be seen as blasphemy that I liked the Ghost House-produced POLTERGEIST remake, but it probably will be. Show More Summary
Chris Hemsworth's Chest. Its Own Special Effect. BY NATHANIEL ROGERS Movies really ought to be seen (and reviewed for that matter) on their own terms. But what if their very terms are -- "it's all connected!?" I had the exhaustive.....
"Unfriended" is my favorite of this weekend's new release movies that I've seen, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. While I didn't find it particularly scary, I thought it was entertaining as hell and a great execution of a clever found footage premise. Show More Summary
“Ex Machina,” the sci-fi directorial debut of writer Alex Garland, is lonely, gorgeous and mind-twisting. It’s one of the most thought-provoking movies I’ve seen this year, brilliantly skewering our current technological conundrums.Show More Summary
I’m not going to these movies to see real life. I’m going to be entertained, and these movies are definitely entertaining. It helps if you’ve seen the other six movies in this franchise, but it’s not a requirement – the opening minutes of Furious Seven will catch you up on what’s pertinent. However, if you haven’t seen the other movies, this review has spoilers for them in it.
You are not going to want to miss seeing Furious 7 in a movie theater full of paying customers this weekend, because it's going to be bananas. By now you've seen a little bit of the part where the whole team parachutes out of a C-130, in their cars. Show More Summary
I’ve now seen Lisandro Alonso’s captivating, unearthly Jauja four times, and I don’t think I’m any closer to telling you what it’s all about; the more I see it, the more puzzled I am. Alonso likes to traffic in the oblique — in the blank, mysterious spaces between the ostensible... More »
If there’s any kind of indie movie that arguably never need be seen again, it’s the kind featuring intersecting tales of frustrated romance among various young, hot New Yorkers. Writer-director-actor Ryan Piers Williams (The Dry Land)...Show More Summary