The Lego Movie is now in stores, and I have a great opportunity for you to win your very own copy of the Blu-Ray! If you didn’t catch this one in theaters, and even if you did, you’re going to want this one at home. A surprisingly solid effort, this one has something for everyone, and is far more hilarious than it has any right to be. Plus, it has a lot of heart, and spins a great stor...
A Million Ways to Die in the West isn't especially worth your time, and the most probable result will be simply a kind of disappointment at what might have been. It can't fit the pieces together as well as it ought to, and many of them are from a different puzzle altogether.
Non-Stop surprised us, mostly because we expected fairly little, and it turns out to be a pretty fun ride... until the end.
Liam Neeson is testing the waters of action goofiness that is having your movie take place on a plane.
The Seth MacFarlane western comedy quickly follows the redband release with a SFW version.
The Lego Movie wants to share some of the fun with you. These images have an odd flavor to them.
Liam's action efforts now find him trapped in a box (read: no car chases, I guess) with someone who is magically hunting passengers.
Not as bad as it might have been, but it doesn't live up to the original, and it wastes Neeson's abilities.
“Why so serious?” This iconic question, delivered by the late Heath Ledger in his astonishing inhabitation of The Joker in Christopher Nolan’s smash super-hero epic, The Dark Knight, could aptly be posed to the new breed of “Summer Movies”. There was once a time, before the days of Ipads, Twitter, and the Dorito-shelled taco, that films released in the summer were syn...