The 2002 TV movie adaptation of Stephen King’s first novel starring Angela Bettis and Patricia Clarkson isn’t so much disastrous as it is just pointless.
After spending one night together on the evening of their college graduation, Dexter and Em see each other once a year on the same day, over the course of 20 years.
God Bless America: Superheroes, Sex and Single Parenting. Summer nears its home stretch with Captain America: The First Avenger, Friends With Benefits and A Little Help.
So you’re back for sloppy seconds, eh? Then let’s skip the foreplay and get right down to it — here are some more memorable cinematic couplings available for your immediate viewing pleasure on Netflix Instant.
No one can turn love into a battlefield quite like Hollywood. Here are a few films where marriage isn’t so much a contract of mutual compassion but a source of heavy (and we do mean heavy) conflict.
You read The Scarlet Letter in high school. Now here’s The Scarlet Letter set in a high school.
Is Easy A, a comedy about a girl who fakes losing her virginity, better than the sum of it’s parts? Read our review.
This week’s new movies include The Town, Easy A, Devil and more. Check our quick reviews.
This week’s new movies include Resident Evil: Afterlife, The Virginity Hit, I’m Still Here and more.