Hell Baby has landed and the horror-comedy is one silly and sensational ride for those who appreciate Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant's brand of humor. Our Hell Baby review states that for those who enjoy their Reno 911 inspired work, it is the birth of pure joy.
Riddick features the return of Vin Diesel as Riddick for the first time in a decade. Our Riddick review feels the film is a lot more like Pitch Black than The Chronicles of Riddick, and that is a fine thing.
Ethan Hawke tries to go three-for-three with solid summer movies. Unfortunately, our Getaway review finds the car chase thriller never gets into gear.
Keri Russell stars in Austenland as a Jane Austen lover who treasures the opportunity to live as an Austen heroine for a week. Our Austenland review believes that only fans of Austen will appreciate the humor and romance of this fable.
Jobs is a solid effort to tell the story of one of history's great innovators. Our Jobs review believes Ashton Kutcher was perfect to play Jobs, but the film does not go deep enough into his life.

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