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Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon star in "Hot Pursuit," a 2015 buddy action-comedy directed by Anne Fletcher and distributed by Warner Brothers.

Hot Pursuit

“Hot Pursuit” does a grave disservice to buddy cop movies. And films starring women. And female directors. An early front-runner for worst movie of the year.
Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon star in "Hot Pursuit," a 2015 buddy action-comedy directed by Anne Fletcher and distributed by Warner Brothers.

New to View: Aug. 11

A woeful buddy comedy, the horror film "Unfriended" and the first season of Clive Owen's Cinemax series "The Knick" make up the latest Blu-ray & DVD releases.

Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon star in "Hot Pursuit," a 2015 buddy action-comedy directed by Anne Fletcher and distributed by Warner Brothers.

Hot Pursuit

Texas is a big state. By the time the credits roll on "Hot Pursuit," you'll feel like you've crossed it by car and taken the scenic route.
Joaquin Phoenix stars as Doc Sportello and Josh Brolin stars as Detective Christian F. "Bigfoot" Bjornsen in "Inherent Vice," a 2014 Warner Brothers release adapted from Thomas Pynchon's novel and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Inherent Vice

Writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson's witty, wise and ambitious film falls just shy of stoned immaculate, but comes awfully, and entertainingly, close.

The Good Lie - inside

The Good Lie

A powerful and earnest drama about Sudanese "Lost Boys," "The Good Lie" wisely keeps its focus on the African characters and not the cute blonde.
BOYHOOD INSIDE

IFJA film awards for 2014

Ever wondered what it's like to go inside the deliberations of a regional film critics' group as they debate the contenders for best picture of the year?

BOYHOOD LEDE

“Boyhood” tops Indiana film critic awards

The Indiana Film Journalists Association gives out its annual film awards, with "Boyhood," "Whiplash" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" the top winners.
Reese Witherspoon as "Cheryl Strayed" in WILD.

Wild

Despite a few hiccups, this touching portrayal of grief, self-destruction and healing seamlessly blends the introspective and the epic.