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OK! First Look: Watch A Hilarious Table Read From 'The Office' Season Nine
Have you eve wondered what the rehearsal process is like for your favorite TV show? Well you’re in luck because we landed a hilarious exclusive clip from The Office season nine that you have to watch! Not only are Jim, Pam, Dwight and the whole  Dunder Mifflin gang there, but they’re at a table read for one of the Read More
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: Green Lantern; Zookeeper
Green Lantern – Due out Friday, this middling comic book adaptation shoehorns Ryan Reynolds into the role of the power ring-wielding hero, who flies about the galaxy battling evil rendered in the form of uninspired computer animation.
The PhilmGuy’s DVD Review: 'Fast Five', 'Scream 4'
Fast Five – Vin Diesel and Paul Walker resume their homoerotic, nitro-fueled bromance in this car-centric action series, which caught a second wind after 2009’s Fast & Furious.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review — 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'; 'Ben-Hur'
Transformers: Dark of the Moon – Due out Friday, the summer blockbuster brings its relentless chain of maximum-budget explosions and insipid dialogue into your living room.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Bridesmaids'; 'Star Wars'
Bridesmaids – The female-centric answer to The Hangover, the film aims to prove female-driven comedies can be every bit as disgusting and crass as those featuring dudes.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Thor'; 'Conan O'Brien Can't Stop'
Thor – Available in 3D as well as 2D, my favorite comic book movie of the summer wields its thunderous hammer in stunning high-definition.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'X-Men: First Class'; 'Hanna'
X-Men: First Class – Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn pulls out a defibrillator and revives the mummified X-Men series, scrapping the nonsense of the past couple movies and restarting from scratch.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: Prom, The Beaver & Sons of Anarchy: Season 3
Prom – Aimee Teegarden, best known as the coach’s daughter on Friday Night Lights, plays an eager go-getter who falls for an anti-establishment dude (Thomas McDonell) who pokes holes in her worldview.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'The Bang Bang Club'; 'Something Borrowed'
The Bang Bang Club – Ryan Phillippe plays one of four photojournalists take to strife-torn South Africa in the early 1990s to make names for themselves and manage to stay alive as they hurl themselves into the middle of riots and extreme poverty.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'; 'United States of Tara'
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: 25th Anniversary Blu-ray – In 1986, back when Matthew Broderick was capable of starring in good movies, this John Hughes-directed gem was all the rage. Broderick plays a high school con artist who plays by his own rules, deceiving school faculty and his parents to run wild in one long, glorious Read More
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'The Adjustment Bureau'; 'Cedar Rapids
The Adjustment Bureau – Matt Damon takes on a role that blends his Jason Bourne and Will Hunting qualities, playing a politician who tangles with a tapestry of fedora-wearing, supernatural-powered watchmen who do their best to keep him apart from the woman he loves, a dancer played by Emily Blunt.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Hall Pass'; 'Red Riding Hood'
Hall Pass – Shattering his typecast as a care-free slacker, Owen Wilson plays a pudgy, overweight and unconfident family man whose wife (Jenna Fischer) gives him a week’s break from their marriage so he can try to sow his wild oats.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Just Go With It'; 'True Grit'
Just Go With It – In this lame romantic comedy that manages to stretch the silly standards of the genre past their breaking point, Adam Sandler plays a wealthy plastic surgeon who picks up women by pretending he’s married.
The PhilmGuy’s DVD Review: ‘The Mechanic’; ‘The Other Woman’
The Mechanic — Continuing to play the same stoic, determined action hero archetype in each movie, Jason Statham stars in a remake of a 1972 Charles Bronson flick as an assassin paid to make deaths look like accidents.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Black Swan'; 'All Good Things'
Black Swan – Darren Aronofsky’s shattering ballet drama combines high art and cheesy exploitation into an overpowering dynamo. Natalie Portman turns in a devastating performance as a tortured, repressed dancer who seeks perfection at the cost of anything, including her own mental stability.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Morning Glory'; 'The Walking Dead'
Morning Glory – Rachel McAdams plays a stressed-out network TV morning show producer who tries to make her dysfunctional program work. Her crusty, disgruntled anchors (Diane Keaton and Harrison Ford), make things as difficult as possible.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Bambi'; 'The Cable Guy'
Bambi Diamond Edition Blu-ray – The 1942 classic trots onto Blu-ray, continuing Disney’s excellent track record of creating stunning versions of its animated masterpieces in HD.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Unstoppable'; 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger'
Unstoppable – Denzel Washington and Chris Pine star as a pair of mismatched train operators who find themselves who race to save a small town from a runaway unmanned cargo train carrying explosives. Reportedly based on true events, Tony Scott’s action dynamo ratchets up the tension in the opening scene and never slows down through Read More
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Life As We Know It'; 'It's Kind of a Funny Story'
Life as We Know It – Romantic comedy machine Katherine Heigl juggles relationships with Josh Duhamel and Josh Lucas in this head-scratchingly bizarre tale. Duhamel and Heigl play mismatched roommates forced to raise the baby of their married mutual friends, who die early on in the film.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Let Me In'; 'The Tillman Story'
Let Me In – A superb remake of Let the Right One in features rising star Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass) as a sullen, withdrawn young vampire who develops a tenuous friendship with a lonely neighbor (Kodi Smit-McPhee).