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August 11, 2011

Critics Consensus: Final Destination 5 Sorta Thrills, The Help Inspires

This week at the movies, we've got deadly premonitions (Final Destination 5, starring Nicholas D'Agosto and Emma Bell); a wacky bank heist (30 Minutes or Less, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Danny McBride); societal change (The Help, starring Viola Davis and Emma Stone); and Gleek mania ( Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, starring Lea Michele and Chris Colfer). What do the critics have to say? Listen up, Final Destination fans: we've got good news, and we've got bad news. The good news first: the critics say Final Destination 5 is probably the best entry in the series, with tense, well-crafted set pieces that provide some welcome freshness to the franchise's signature Rube Goldberg-esque kills. The bad news: "critical success" is a relative term here.More…

August 11, 2011

Crime Doesn't Pay: Stupidest Crooks Caught on Film

From the pettiest thief stealing gumballs to white collar drones inaverdently picking up millions on the company dime, they're all in the line-up for Crime Doesn't Pay: the stupidest crooks ever caught on film. It's proof positive that, in the movies, punishment comes one way or another.

Or maybe not.

Nobody wanted to see the Office Space guys go to jail anyway, right?

Check out the movie line-up for Crime Doesn't Pay: Stupidest Crooks Caught on Film.

July 26, 2011

Ruben Fleischer, Aziz Ansari, and More Talk 30 Minutes or Less

Ruben Fleischer, acclaimed director of Zombieland, brought his new movie 30 Minutes or Less to Comic-Con International at San Diego over the weekend, along with cast members Aziz Ansari, Michael Pena and Nick Swardson to shed some light on the upcoming comedy.More…