Frozen is Disney's latest animated adventure, and it takes us back to the whimsical land of princesses and castles. Get the scoop on whether Kristen Bell's voice holds up next to Broadway legend Idina Menzel's and whether or not you should carve some time out of your holiday schedule to see the movie!
Vince Vaughn gets the surprise of a lifetime when he finds out he's fathered over 533 children in the comedy Delivery Man. If you're expecting a typical fast-talking performance from Vince Vaughn, you might be let down, but if you watch this week's movie review, you'll find out why you might want to give this film a chance anyway.
The Hunger Games are back this week when sequel Catching Fire comes to theaters, and we have our official review on the buzzed-about film. Is Jennifer Lawrence still an impressive heroine? Is the story translated as well as it was in the first film? Do the new characters bring anything fresh to the franchise? We've got all these questions answered right here, in our video movie review.
You may have loved The Book Thief in written form, but does the bestselling book translate to the big screen? Sophie Nélisse stars as a young girl adopted by a German couple (Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson) during World War II. The film will definitely tug on your heartstrings, but is it worth your tears and your time?
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) are returning to the screen for the third time this weekend in Thor: The Dark World. This time around, Thor is reunited with his love, Jane (Natalie Portman), and has to take on a brand-new villain — all while keeping Loki at bay, of course. So how does the sequel stack up to other movies in the Marvel franchise? Watch our video movie review to see if you should head back to Asgard!
Dallas Buyers Club has been gaining steam since it started screening at film festivals, and now that the movie is opening all over, we're letting you know whether it's worth seeing. Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto play men who are diagnosed with AIDS in the 1980s and help themselves when the available treatment doesn't suffice. Find out what we thought about the drama in our video review — particularly the performances of McConaughey and Leto.
Richard Curtis, aka the writer/director who brought us Love Actually, is back with About Time, a sweet, whimsical film that follows Tim (Domhnall Gleeson), who realizes he can travel time and sets out to win the heart of Mary (Rachel McAdams). So will this film warm your heart? Watch our video movie review to find out.