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Review – World War Z

There certainly is no shortage of zombie movies out there for consumers. So finding a zombie movie that rises above the undead horde of mediocre films is no easy task. Director Marc Forster hopes to separate himself from the pack with World War Z, a new summer

Review – Man of Steel

Marvel has been on a role lately with its successful Avengers, X-Men and Spider-man franchises. DC Comics, on the other hand, can only really hang its hat on its Batman films. They are hoping to fix that with Man of Steel, their attempt at revitalizing the dormant

Review – This Is The End

At this point in their careers, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg could easily coast through another hilarious stoner comedy. But instead of resting on their laurels, they have decided to swing for the fences with their new comedy This Is The End. The film puts Rogen, Jay

Review – Oz the Great and Powerful (Blu-ray Combo Pack)

Director Sam Raimi looks to expand the Wizard of Oz's mythos with Oz the Great and Powerful, which is essentially an unauthorized prequel to the 1939 Judy Garland film. The film shows how the Wizard of Oz arrived and became the man (or, more precisely, the floating

Review – Fast & Furious 6

Joel Murphy considers Fast Five to be "a breakthrough for the Fast and Furious franchise" by zeroing in on exactly what fans want and delivering on those fronts. It's an utterly ridiculous film that ended up being way more entertaining than it had a right to be.

Review – Star Trek Into Darkness

After months of speculation and hype, Star Trek Into Darkness finally hits theaters. J.J. Abrams' second Star Trek film picks up where the first one left off, while giving the U.S.S. Enterprise a powerful and mysterious villain to square off against - John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch). It's

Review – The Great Gatsby

Baz Luhrmann made a name for himself giving bygone eras modern flare in Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rogue! Luhrmann once again teams up with Romeo + Juliet star Leonardo DiCaprio to adapt F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel The Great Gatsby using Luhrmann's trademark style. Featuring a

Review – Iron Man 3

After saving the world from an extraterrestrial threat in The Avengers, Tony Stark must once again put on his armor to save the day in Iron Man 3. Still shaken by the events in New York, Stark must take on a new villain named The Mandarin,

Review – Oblivion

After the utter train wreck that was Jack Reacher, Tom Cruise is back playing another bad ass hero named Jack in Oblivion. This time Cruise finds himself mining the last remaining resources from a post-apocalyptic Earth where things are not quite what they seem. Find out

Review – Trance

Danny Boyle is an Academy Award-winning director with a slew of memorable films under his belt, including Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire, 28 Days Later ... and 127 Hours. His latest film, Trance, is an unorthodox mystery story revolving around hypnosis, amnesia and a missing priceless work of art.