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ParaNorman

The new 3D stop-motion comedy thriller from animation company LAIKA, retiming the company with Focus Features after the groun… Read More

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Moviefone’s New Release Pick of the WeekParaNormanWhat’s It About? When a vengeful witch unleashes a zombie plague on a small New England community, it’s up to Norman, the horror-movie obsessed outcast who can communicate with ghosts, to save the day.See It Because: The… Continue reading New DVD Blu-Ray: 'ParaNorman,' 'Men in Black 3'

New Releases

We once again find ourselves facing an odd week of new Blu-rays and DVDs. You can safely blame Black Friday and Cyber Monday on that one. Studios know all to well that consumers are saving their cash for those deals, so the Tuesdays on either side of those commercial holidays have a pretty small number of releases. That doesn’t mean it’s a week of duds, just that… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Men in Black 3,' 'ParaNorman' and 'Lawless' Lead a Light Week

Men in Black 3

In Men in Black 3, Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back… in time. J has seen some inexplicable things in … Read More

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How did we get here?!

Having a Will Smith summer blockbuster in theaters is practically a national holiday at this point, and this year we commemorated the festivities with”Men in Black 3.”

In the threequel, Smith’s… Continue reading 'Men In Black 3' DVD Blu-ray: Watch The First 10 Minutes Of The Movie (VIDEO)

See Miley Cyrus in ‘Two and a Half Men’

miley cyrus ashton kutcher two and a half men See Miley Cyrus in Two and a Half Men A hurricane is about to strike “Two and a Half Men” — in the form of Miley Cyrus, guesting as perky chatterbox Missi, the daughter of Walden’s (Ashton Kutcher) friend.

“Everyone thinks it’s short for Melissa, but it’s actually short for Mississippi — the river, not the state,”
the singer-actress babbles in the intriguingly titled “You Know What the Lollipop Is For,” airing

  • ‘The Raid: Redemption” (Gareth Evans, 2012′

    When I tell people how much I love “Dredd” (because I do), the first question is always: “Isn’t it just like ‘The Raid?’” “The Raid,” given the unnecessary “Redemption” subtitle for domestic release, is an Indonesian splatter-fu™ actioner directed by a Welsh dude who introduced the movie at South by Southwest by asking the audience if they loved violence. Like “Dredd,” “The Raid” concerns