- 3.3 American Brawler, 2013
- 3.1 Dead Man's Burden, 2012
- 3.5 Grindhouse: Death Proof, 2007
- 3.2 The Colombian Connection, 2011
- 3.2 The Timekeeper, 2009
Independent Action & Adventure
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Obviously, things have changed a little. No longer is the site a simple list of new releases—now, you also have access to a ton of new information, including expiring movies, sneak peaks at upcoming releases, as well as full program listings. Thanks to the hundreds of people (and thousands of followers on Twitter) who have given their thoughts and suggestions for the site. The site is what it is today because of your input, and will continue to grow and expand based on your feedback.
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Highest-rated new releases
- 4.6 Pokémon: Indigo League, 1997
- 4.3 Pokémon the Movie: Black: Victini and Reshiram, 2011
- 4.3 Pokémon: Black & White, 2010
- 4.2 Fighting for a Generation: 20 Years of the UFC, 2013
- 4.2 The Bourne Identity, 2002
- 4.2 The Bourne Ultimatum, 2007
- 4.2 Pokémon the Movie: White: Victini and Zekrom, 2011
- 4.1 The Bourne Supremacy, 2004
- 4.1 Star Wars: The Clone Wars, 2008
- 4 The Book of Daniel, 2013
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