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 Review :: Nostalgia

Review :: Nostalgia

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 16
Directed by Mark Pellington with a screenplay by Alex Ross Perry, "Nostalgia" is thoughtful and lyrical, an unrushed poem with a first-rate cast.

 Review :: The Ballad Of Lefty Brown

Review :: The Ballad Of Lefty Brown

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 16
The only ones not having fun every minute of this movie are the audience, but at least it isn't boring. Your eyes will roll, but your thumbs won't twiddle.

 Review :: Black Panther

Review :: Black Panther

By Greg Vellante | Feb 14
"Black Panther" is spectacular. It entertains, emotionally stirs, and thoughtfully provokes its audience with the swagger and confidence of an instant classic. And a meaningful one, at that.

 Review :: Double Lover

Review :: Double Lover

Feb 14
Ozon masters the film's trippy atmospherics even if he doesn't quite manage to conceal the late-breaking twists, but so what? This thriller is full-on barmy, nail-biting fun; a thrill-ride of psychic fracture.

 Review :: Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Review :: Roman J. Israel, Esq.

By Derek Deskins | Feb 13
"Roman J. Israel, Esq." spends a whole lot of time monologuing and trying to convince you that it has something important to say, without ever saying it.

 Review :: Elevator to the Gallows

Review :: Elevator to the Gallows

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 13
Do you need to acquire this definitive edition of a striking film that is also groundbreaking for stylistic and technical reasons? That depends. Do you love movies? There's your answer.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Documentary

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Documentary

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
Tackling a variety of compelling subjects, this year's Oscar Nominated Short Films in the Documentary category are all exceptional.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Live Action

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Live Action

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
From racial conflict to mental illness, this year's Oscar Nominated Live Action Short Films provide a variety of unique perspectives that offer poignancy, empathy and, in one case, riotous hilarity.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Animated

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Animated

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
A typical Pixar frontrunner, a poetic examination of grief and a gruesome garden party are all subjects in this year's Oscar Nominated Short Films - Animation.

 Review :: Drag Me To Hell

Review :: Drag Me To Hell

By Kevin Taft | Feb 13
Raimi's return to horror gets the Shout Factory treatment in the 2k Upgrade release of the riotously fun "Drag Me to Hell."

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