Podcast: Hunger Games 3 Reviewed!


What did our critics think of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1? We ask our resident Hunger Games expert Adam Spunberg as well as Kit Bowen for an epic podcast.

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Movie Review: ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1′

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There's no going back in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, as Katniss finds herself the face of Panem's biggest rebellion.

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Movie Review: ‘Beside Still Waters’

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A young man struggles to cope with the loss of his parents as he reunites with his childhood friends in the vacation home they used to frequent as kids.

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Podcast: Dumb & Dumber 2, Rosewater, Foxcatcher, The Homesman


Three weighty films are joined by one light-hearted one on this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show!

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Nicolas, Uncaged: ‘The Cotton Club’


The Cotton Club is a bit of a mess, but let's not blame that on Nicolas Cage. At age 19 he's still just warming up.

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Movie Review: ‘Wild Tales’

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In Damián Szifrón's Wild Tales, the characters are pushed to their brink, allowing them to experience the delicious joy of losing control.

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Movie Review: “Big Hero 6″

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Prodigy Hiro Hamada teams up with inflatable robot Baymax to take on the big bad villain and save the day - with the help of his classmates and some high tech innovation.

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Movie Review: ‘Life Partners’


In Life Partners, Sasha and Paige's friendship is tested by relationships, careers, and more in this buddy rom-com.

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Movie Review: ‘On Any Sunday’


Retro motorcycle documentary 'On Any Sunday' revs up the nostalgia.

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Podcast: Interstellar, Big Hero 6, Theory of Everything


Three great new films are reviewed on this week's show.

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Podcast: Nightcrawler, Horns, Before I Go To Sleep


Nightcrawler wins rave reviews from Kit Bowen, Brad Liberti, and Andrew Payne.

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Movie Review: ‘Ouija’


Five friends use a Ouija board to try to connect with someone they've lost, only to discover that once you open the portal, you can't control what comes out.

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Movie Review: “Stonehearst Asylum”


In Stonehearst Asylum Dr. Edward Newgate embarks on an apprenticeship that turns into more than he bargained for.

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Podcast: John Wick, Ouija, Laggies and More


White Bird in a Blizzard, Stonehearst Asylum, and Force Majeure are also reviewed.

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Review: ‘Camp X-Ray’


Peter Sattler's Gitmo-set drama - starring Kristen Stewart - doesn't exactly soar, but it still represents a valiant effort by all involved.

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