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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: U-Turn

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 27
In "U Turn," noir is hell.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Salvation Army

By Robert Nesti | Apr 26
Abdellah Taïa's debut feature, based on his autobiographical novel, is a rigorous, meticulously shot film about growing up gay in Morocco.

Cinema Review :: The Age Of Adaline

By Robert Nesti | Apr 24
"The Age of Adaline" could have been the loopiest romantic film of the year; instead it plays like a soapy mix of magical realism and a Nicholas Spark romance.

Cinema Review :: The Water Diviner

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 24
When a movie is this mixed up, you either throw up your hands, turn off your brain, and hope for the best, or seek solace in your soda and popcorn. Tip: If you lay out for a ticket to this Russell Crowe vehicle, bring extra cash for snacks.

Cinema Review :: Little Boy

By Robert Nesti | Apr 24
The trauma of a little boy whose Dad is off fighting in World War II makes for the dramatic thrust of this manipulative, faith-based period drama.

Cinema Review :: Adult Beginners

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 24
Jake's the last guy you'd expect Justine (Rose Byrne, as the sister) and Danny (Bobby Cannavale, her husband) to employ to babysit their toddler. So... this being a screen comedy that reeks of sitcom... that's exactly what they do.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: First Period

By Christian Cintron | Apr 24
This irreverent teen farce has all the makings of a cult classic. Crazy dialogue, a ton of jokes, and two grown men playing teenage girls. Take every teen movie you love, sprinkle some John Waters, add a dash of "Strangers with Candy" and you've got it.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Cries And Whispers

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 24
As directed by Bergman and photographed by Sven Nykvist, the film concerns three sisters: Agnes is on the verge of death, while Maria and Karen wait in angst and anguish-for reasons more egotistical than sentimental-by her bedside.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Antarctica: A Year On The Ice

By Louise Adams | Apr 23
New Zealand dairy farmer Anthony Powell has spent most of his adult life at the South Pole, and spent the last ten years filming primarily time-lapse footage for the gorgeous, 90-minute documentary.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Woman In Black 2

By Ken Tasho | Apr 22
If ever there was a movie which didn't warrant a sequel, it's the Hammer Films chiller "The Woman in Black" from 2012.

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