REVIEW: Smaller Scale Works In 'Ant-Man's' FavorThe Marvel Cinematic Universe, to its credit, hasn't hit the level of Transformers—wall-to-wall, indistinguishable action that wears you down through sheer Michael Bay force. But the stakes can only reach so high.
REVIEW: Heavy Season 11 of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Ends on Positive NoteGone are the days of playful moments between Meredith and Derek, bonding between sleep-deprived interns, and in-depth focus on patient care.
REVIEW: 'Disney Short Films Collection' Makes Good Use Of 'Frozen' Trojan HorseInstead of tossing it in as another special feature for the Cinderella DVD release next month, the company opted to give it its own release, alongside 11 other short films from this century.
REVIEW: 'How to Get Away with Murder' Stuns, Leaves Viewers Wanting MoreEvery twist and turn will make you question the intentions of your loved ones, and lose faith in our criminal justice system.
Review: 'Big Hero 6' Sheds Most Of Its Comic-Book Origins For The BetterIf you didn't know that Big Hero 6 was based on a comic book, good news, you're far from alone. Even better news, you really don't need to sit down with a stack of comic books for the story to make sense.
5 Things About 'The Interview' from Someone Who Has Seen ItA journalist who attended a screening of the film has revealed a few key tidbits about the controversial film.
REVIEW: Mario Kart 8 Is The Kick In The Pants Nintendo Needed For The Wii UThe eighth installment in this franchise is just the thing the Wii U needs to get out of its funk. The console’s been bogged down by headlines about its poor sales and even calls for Nintendo to pull a Sega and kill the Wii U off Dreamcast-style.
Venture Bros. Season 5 Blu-Ray Review: Not For The UninitiatedWhen it’s on its game, the infrequent installments of this staple of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim lineup are among the best serialized animation on the air.
DVD Review: Parade's EndThe five-part BBC-HBO miniseries billed as “spanning from the Edwardian era to the chaos and destructions of World War I” stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Christopher Tietjens—a man so good, he frustrates everyone around him to the point of madness.