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 Review :: Okja

Review :: Okja

By Kevin Taft | Jun 28
Joon-ho Bong's latest is a mixed bag of family friendly romp and violent environmental message that entertains as much as it disturbs.

 Review :: The Big Sick

Review :: The Big Sick

By Greg Vellante | Jun 28
One couple's interesting courtship becomes a feature-length exercise in storytelling fatigue with "The Big Sick," a film that is at once sweet and funny, yet equally taxing and bland.

 Review :: Baby Driver

Review :: Baby Driver

By Greg Vellante | Jun 28
Original, infectious, and crafted to perfection, Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver" hits all of the writer/director's signature style beats. It's pure, uncut cinematic joy, even if it often feels like the filmmaker is playing the hits.

 Review :: The Valachi Papers

Review :: The Valachi Papers

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 27
This movie might not warrant classic status in and of itself, but it doesn't fall far short -- and it shares so much DNA with so many other important mob movies that it shouldn't be overlooked. Now, with this great looking edition, it no longer has to be.

 Review :: The Bridge At Remagen

Review :: The Bridge At Remagen

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 27
War movie enthusiasts will appreciate this title, especially fans of WWII epics like "The Longest Day, "The Dirty Dozen," and, of course, "A Bridge Too Far."

 Review :: T2 Trainspotting

Review :: T2 Trainspotting

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 27
Did you love the original film's spark, snark, energy, and music? The followup has most of those same ingredients, and then some.

 Review :: The Lodger

Review :: The Lodger

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 27
Alfred Hitchcock's 1927 silent film "The Lodger" was the great director's third feature, but Hitchcock came to regard it as the debut of his own distinctive style -- and modern film scholars agree.

 Review :: War For The Planet Of The Apes

Review :: War For The Planet Of The Apes

By Kevin Taft | Jun 26
The third installment in the "Planet of the Apes" reboot is certainly the weakest in terms of plot and characterization, but the effects still impress, so there is enough to make us continue the journey.

 Review :: The Quiet American

Review :: The Quiet American

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 26
This Joseph L. Mankiewicz classic is given a great looking transfer but minimal extras. That's fine: The film endures as a powerhouse all on its own.

 Review :: Life

Review :: Life

By Padraic Maroney | Jun 26
Outside of family movies, has there ever been an alien lifeform that has come in peace?

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