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 Review :: Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story

Review :: Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 28
The real-life story of Hollywood back-room couple Harold and Lillian Michelson is the sort of stuff that movies used to be made of.

 Review :: Slack Bay

Review :: Slack Bay

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 27
Writer-director Bruno Dumont presents a curiously straight-faced film of surrealistic slapstick and ferocious class warfare.

 Review :: Obit

Review :: Obit

By Louise Adams | Apr 26
Vanessa Gould decided to chronicle the lives behind the New York Times death notices in this engaging, endearing, and insightful documentary.

 Review :: The Fortune Cookie

Review :: The Fortune Cookie

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 26
This gorgeous new hi-def edition of the Billy Wilder film that first put Jack Lemmon and Billy Wilder together on the screen has lost none of its black comedy edge.

 Review :: Taekwondo

Review :: Taekwondo

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 25
It is the most tenderest of tales, so beautifully told, that it's impossible to not become completely invested in the outcome.

 Review :: Underworld: Blood Wars

Review :: Underworld: Blood Wars

By Ken Tasho | Apr 25
Actress Kate Beckinsale still kicks ass after all this time.

 Review :: Ophélia

Review :: Ophélia

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 25
Among the latest release from Olive Films is a Blu-ray edition of Claude Chabrol's 1963 drama "Ophélia," a mischievous reimagining of "Hamlet" set in what was, at the time, contemporary France.

 Review :: La La Land

Review :: La La Land

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 25
"La La Land" on Blu-ray probably won't convert any of the film's naysayers, but those who enjoy the bite of its more realistic take on love and romance will only appreciate Chazelle's accomplishment, and his callbacks to musicals of yore, all the more.

 Review :: Buena Vista Social Club

Review :: Buena Vista Social Club

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 25
Criterion Collection gives the film a proper remastering in both visual and audio elements, and it's like re-living the film for the first time all over again.

 Review :: The Bye Bye Man

Review :: The Bye Bye Man

By Ken Tasho | Apr 25
Filmmakers keep trying in vain to create the next iconic horror movie villain. But with a ludicrous movie title and a murky concept, this film belongs in the doldrums section of the horror genre.

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