Some movies are just more awesome than others.
The movie is called The Nut Job, how good can it possibly be?
The activity is no less paranormal the fifth time around.
Everybody loves sequels, right?
Yeah, desolate that Smaug. Or something.
These games are making me hungry!
The taglines claim that it isn't a game, but the title begs to differ.
Old men get their human rights violated for your entertainment.
Tom Hanks finds himself in a compromising position one more time.
Oh no, it's a baby in a horror movie. Cue demons.
Variety in quality is the spice of life.
Cinema exploded this week. We're just picking up the pieces.
Spoilers: It's about boners.
Don't get me started on this one.
And now for a Die Hard knockoff your kids can see!
Keep digging, we're about to hit cinema gold!
Have you ever Star Trekked Into Darkness? Thought not.
This week, Current Releases takes a look back at basically everything.
They're evil... they're dead... and therefore no threat to you.
Spring Break, bitches!
He's a slayer of giants, not a slayer who is giant.
Can Walter Hill rekindle the flame of his old successes?
It happened. They finally made the worst movie.
Gangsters beware! There's a squad against you now.
It's the bad week to end all bad weeks. Must be awards season.
2012 sure was a bleak year.
A boy and his tiger go to sea, adventures abound.
The conclusion of the greatest love story of our generation... probably.
Ralph wrecks it, RZA ruins it, Vargo kills it.
It's film-within-a-film week apparently.
If Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt had a baby, it would apparently look like a gaunt David Morrissey.
The whimsical adventures of a blue-faced paedophile within!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a bunch of movie reviews. Your guesses were way out.
He's still the law, he's just not as keen on reminding you anymore.
Bicycles. They're about as exciting in the cinema as they are on the road.
They're back and they're even older.
You think this is the real Quaid?
For people calling him The Amazing Spider-Man, he sure does love ripping off a bunch of other superhero movies. Is that what counts as amazing these days?