Topics :: action-adventure

The Drop

By Kevin Taft | Friday Sep 12, 2014
Tom Hardy gives a mesmerizing performance as a man struggling with loneliness and a past he thought he had left behing.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 9, 2014
Impossibly ripped Chris Evans pushes his Under Armour T-shirt's seams to the limit in the Marvel franchise's second installment.

Star Trek: The Compendium

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 9, 2014
It's both a marketing opportunity and an apology to fans that Paramount has rounded up most of the special features for "Into Darkness" for presentation in one place in this new Blu-ray edition of both "Darkness" and the 2009 "Star Trek."

As Above, So Below

By Kevin Taft | Friday Aug 29, 2014
A nifty suspense thriller, "As Above So Below" is a white-knuckle ride through the Paris catacombs that feeds on the same fear you have when you walk through those Haunted House mazes on Halloween.

The November Man

By Robert Nesti | Wednesday Aug 27, 2014
In "The November Man" Pierce Brosnan attempts to outdo Liam Neeson in creating a franchise for the older Holllywood star. Good luck.

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

By Charlie Nash | Friday Aug 22, 2014
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's nine-year-in-the-making follow-up to their original 2005 film adaptation of Miller's graphic novels, lacks the twisted spirit of its predecessor.

Need for Speed

By JC Alvarez | Saturday Aug 16, 2014
Catch it if you can... especially if you're a high-octane movie fan! "Need For Speed" is faster and more furious than anything ever seen, and it's available now on Blu-ray in hi-def picture and sound. Buckle-up!

The Expendables 3

By Kilian Melloy | Friday Aug 15, 2014
This is summer fun at its loudest, dumbest, and most ridiculously, cartoonishly violent. It's sure to be a big hit.

Into the Storm

By Kevin Taft | Friday Aug 8, 2014
It's "Twister" on steroids!

Under the Skin

By Louise Adams | Friday Aug 1, 2014
After exploring the chatterbox life of the mind in "Her," Scarlett Johansson embodies a mostly silent corporeal being in Jonathan Glazer's shocking sci-fi sleeper.