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 Review :: Darkest Hour

Review :: Darkest Hour

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 22
Gary Oldman gives a tour de force performance as the British WWII Prime Minister Winston Churchill, facing one of his greatest challenges at the beginning of the war.

 Review :: Roman Israel, Esq.

Review :: Roman Israel, Esq.

By Michael Cox | Nov 22
Roman J. Israel is an idealistic lawyer with a commitment to civil rights who lets himself be seduced into criminality by money and power. Money turns his life around, until the consequences and his conscience catch up to him.

 Review :: Jabberwocky

Review :: Jabberwocky

By Greg Vellante | Nov 22
Slapstick and adventure blend in Terry Gilliam's debut solo feature, now available on the Criterion Collection.

 Review :: The Man Who Invented Christmas

Review :: The Man Who Invented Christmas

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 22
This is the fictionalized tale of how the Victorian novelist Charles Dickens got to write his best selling book "A Christmas Carol."

 Review :: My Journey Through French Cinema

Review :: My Journey Through French Cinema

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 21
This "Journey" is not a destination, but rather a door into realms of ongoing inquiry -- a cineaste's dream.

 Review :: The Villainness

Review :: The Villainness

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 21
Ready for some crazy action? Buckle up and pop "The Villainess" into the Blu-ray player. This movie pushes the envelope -- and then leaves it in shreds.

 Review :: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Volume XXXIX

Review :: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Volume XXXIX

By Ken Tasho | Nov 21
Unfortunately this is the last DVD set we'll see from the original run of "MST3K".

 Review :: Wind River

Review :: Wind River

By Derek Deskins | Nov 21
"Wind River" may not be as tight as Taylor Sheridan's previous screenplays, but still manages to be a fantastic and intriguing thriller.

 Review :: Patti Cake$

Review :: Patti Cake$

By Derek Deskins | Nov 21
Despite its predictable nature, "Patti Cake$" relies on devotion to its characters and a fantastic cast to deliver something that is as entertaining as it is heartfelt.

 Review :: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York - 25th Anniversary Edition

Review :: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York - 25th Anniversary Edition

By Derek Deskins | Nov 21
"Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" may not ever live up to the heights of its predecessor, but deserves a home among your holiday favorites.

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