Review: “22 Jump Street”

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum team up as undercover cops Schmidt and Jenko in this sequel to the tongue-in-cheek action-comedy reboot.

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Review: Edge of Tomorrow

With a fun gimmick and great action, Edge of Tomorrow is one of the best movies of the summer, despite a few minor issues.

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Review: Rigor Mortis

Hopping Chinese vampires or jiangshi are back with a modern twist in the new horror movie Rigor Mortis.

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Review: A Million Ways to Die in the West

After scoring a massive hit with Ted, Seth MacFarlane follows it up with the western comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Are there a million laughs as well?

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Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past

Combining the best of the old trilogy with the Wolverine/First Class movies, Days of Future Past is a blast of mutant awesomeness as Wolverine travels back to the 70′s to stop a dark future from occurring.

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Review: Godzilla

One of our most anticipated movies of the year is finally here and the King of the Monsters has truly returned.

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Review: Son of Batman

DC’s latest animated movie finds Batman meeting his son Damian after his grandfather, Ra’s Al Ghul, is killed by Deathstroke.

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Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Summer 2014 kicks off with the flashy but incredibly messy sequel to 2012 Amazing Spider-Man that suffers from way too many plots and changes it’s villains in ways that will probably piss off comic fans.

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Review: Brick Mansions

The final full movie featuring Paul Walker is also a fun action showcase for David Belle and his insane parkour skills, if you can suspend your disbelief for the crazy, dumb plot.

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Review: Transcendence

Johnny Depp essentially becomes Skynet in the new techno-thriller Transcendence but it’s less Terminator and more The Net.

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