Amanda Seyfried

Ted 2 Blu-ray Review

Ted 2 is not a good movie, but Seth Macfarlane's self aware audio commentary on the new Blu-ray might just earn it a spot on your Dork Shelf.

Ted 2 Review

Ted 2 war crime of cinema, something that makes one feel like their soul is being damaged just a little bit by having to suffer through it.

While We’re Young Review

For two thirds of the running time, While We're Young feels like it might be Noah Baumbach’s finest outing to date. But does it stick the landing?

TIFF 2014: While We’re Young Review

While We’re Young Special Presentations Noah Baumbach’s bitter little filmmaking pill has never been wildly popular, but he’s been surprisingly consistent enough to earn and maintain a healthy cult of support. That small audience of angry people with a sweet tooth for bitter comedy should be quite pleased by the writer/director’s latest effort, particularly after […]

A Million Ways To Die In The West Review

Say what you want about Seth MacFarlane, that man can write a “guy pooping into a hat” joke that’ll really make you think. But unfortunately, too much of A Million Ways To Die In The West is oddly serious and laugh-free.

Lovelace Review

Despite a clever, non-linear structure the biopic Lovelace narrows its focus too much to be an interesting or even all that original look at its subject.

Epic Review

Shoddy and forgettable, Epic might be one of the most ill titled films ever. It seems more like wishful thinking than an actual title. It's the first major high profile misfire of the summer.

Les Miserables Review

Some excellent performances, great music, and fast pacing make Les Misérables worth seeing, despite director Tom Hooper directing with an unsteady hand.

This Week in DVD: 6/5/12

This week in DVD, the big time money maker, but already forgotten Safe House, the unforgettable bomb John Carter, a pair of films so cheesy they're fun, and... um... Act of Valor.