The Duplass brothers finally find their HBO series Togetherness in its second season.
An interview with Jessie Nelson, the director, producer behind Love the Coopers, now available on Blu-Ray and DVD.
Risen is exactly the lifeless biblical drama that could use some ascension.
The Choice promises a better movie than it can deliver, even for a Nicholas Sparks' adaptation.
Despite a likable cast, How to Be Single doesn't deserve your time, or your significant others' either.
Despite its talented leads, Tumbledown is a maudlin effort that never quite justifies its hard-knocked sentimentality.
The Finest Hours is little too soggy, and a little too lifeless, to float on by.
Kung Fu Panda feels a little more tired and a little less inspired than the films before, it still packs a powerful punch.
Norm of the North defies expectations and explanation.
Daddy's Home is a by-the-numbers crowd-pleaser that fails to please.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip drives the live-action/animation hybrid franchise into the ground for good (in other words, it's very, very bad).