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  • Fury (2014)

    Pitt takes charge of his Fury Review by Robert Denerstein: A more disturbing picture than what we usually associate with The Greatest Generation

    Review by Marty Mapes: Pitt, in peak form, leads a tank crew through war and domesticity

  • Lawless (2012)

    Oldman lives Lawless Review by Robert Denerstein: Tale of bootleggers has genre kick

  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)

    Review by Matt Anderson: Dark of the Moon is the best of the Transformers trilogy.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Shia LaBeouf returns to lead director Michael Bay's latest marathon of destruction

  • Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)

    Douglas teaches LeBeouf that Money Never Sleeps Review by Robert Denerstein: Stone hits a double in timely sequel

  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)

    Transformers invade the Earth and its movie theaters Review by Matt Anderson: A big, noisy, brash summer blockbuster entirely unashamed of those aspirations

  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

    LaBeouf proves to be a thoroughly able sidekick Review by Matt Anderson: Every bit as enjoyable as the original movies

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: Dr. Jones makes his first house call on Blu-ray

  • Transformers (2007)

    Review by Matt Anderson: A Dreamworks and Paramount Pictures presentation in association with Hasbro

  • The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005)

    Dillane and LeBeouf play the Greatest Game Review by Marty Mapes: Better suspense than many sports movies, in spite of clich├ęs and anachronisms

  • Constantine (2005)

    Reeves plays devil's advocate John Constantine Review by Matt Anderson: Pulpy fun, yes, but dark satire and deeper thematic elements will live on

  • Holes (2003)

    DVD review by Marty Mapes: Unlike so many kids movies, Holes hasn't been dumbed down, loaded with bathroom humor