Review of World War Z, the zombie action movie with Brad Pitt hunting down the cause of the zombie apocalypse while traveling the globe.
Review of the dramatic movie Rush starring Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl, directed by Ron Howard, and based on James Hunt and Niki Lauda's Formula 1 rivalry.
Review of the Prisoners, the dramatic thriller starring Hugh Jackman as the father of an abducted girl and Jake Gyllenhaal as the police detective handling the case.
Review of the intense thriller A Single Shot starring Sam Rockwell as a poacher who accidentally kills a young woman.
Review of Riddick, the sci-fi action movie starring Vin Diesel that revisits the world and characters of Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick.
Review of the R-rated comedy We're the Millers with Jennifer Aniston as a stripper who doesn't get naked and Jason Sudeikis as a drug dealer/smuggler.
Review of the action movie Getaway starring Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez in one of the worst movies of the decade.
Review of The World's End, the comedy movie that ends the Three Flavours Trilogy created by Simon Pegg, Edgar Wright and Nick Frost.
Review of Crazy Stupid Love, the romantic comedy starring Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and Steve Carell that's neither crazy nor stupid. One of the best romcoms of the year.
Review of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, the film adaptation of Cassandra Clare's bestseller starring Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Kevin Zegers.
Review of Kick-Ass 2, the R-rated action sequel with costumed vigilantes, bloody action, and not much humor. The 2013 sequel that seems to have lost its way.
Review of I Am Number Four, the sci-fi action movie starring Alex Pettyfer as an alien and Dianna Agron as the earth girl he falls for. Teresa Palmer, Timothy Olyphant and Callan McAuliffe also star.
Review of Up, the animated Pixar movie featuring talking dogs, a cute kid, and an elderly man off on an adventure. Directed by Pete Docter and Bob Peterson and featuring the voices of Ed Asner and Christopher Plummer.
Review of the sci-fi movie Elysium starring Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, and Sharlto Copley and directed by District 9's Neill Blomkamp.
Review of 2 Guns, the action movie starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg as reluctant partners in a world full of back-stabbing government officials and Mexican drug cartels.
Review of the action comedy R.I.P.D. starring Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges as dead cops charged with
Review of Pacific Rim, the monsters versus robots action movie starring Charlie Hunnam and Charlie Day and written and directed by Guillermo del Toro.
Review of the Disney Western The Lone Ranger starring Johnny Depp as Tonto, Armie Hammer as Lone Ranger, and directed by Gore Verbinski. Very violent and incredibly dull, Lone Ranger is a big disappointment.
Review of White House Down, the action film starring Channing Tatum as a secret service agent who has to save the President (Jamie Foxx) from terrorists.
Review of 2013's Superman film Man of Steel with Henry Cavill taking over the iconic role of Superman and Amy Adams as intrepid reporter Lois Lane.
Review of This Is The End, the R-rated comedy starring Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, James Franco, Craig Robinson, and Jonah Hill as themselves.
Review of After Earth, the sci-fi film starring Will Smith and his son Jaden, and directed by M Night Shyamalan.
Review of Fast and Furious 6 starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson as well as a bunch of fast, expensive cars and outlandish stunts.
Review of The Hangover Part III, the final Hangover movie starring Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, and Ken Jeong.
Review of Star Trek Into Darkness, JJ Abrams' second Star Trek movie starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Zoe Saldana. Is it better than Star Trek? Yes, it is.