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 Review :: Lovesong

Review :: Lovesong

By Kitty Drexel | Jun 23
Co-writers So Yong Kim (director, "Treeless Mountain," "For Ellen") and Bradley Rust Gray (producer) give us humble insight into the unrequited love between two young women.

 Review :: Bambi

Review :: Bambi

By Greg Vellante | Jun 23
A timeless classic in the Disney canon, this 1942 gem celebrates its 75th anniversary with a remastered Blu-ray that looks and sounds absolutely lovely.

 Review :: Transformers: The Last Knight

Review :: Transformers: The Last Knight

By JC Alvarez | Jun 21
If this is truly the final film in this blockbuster franchise "Transformers: The Last Knight" excels at changing the game and raising the stakes. This full-blown action hit from Michael Bay is more than meets the eye.

 Review :: The Lawnmower Man

Review :: The Lawnmower Man

By Ken Tasho | Jun 20
Like many of Stephen King's adaptations, this one wasn't successful but grew into a cult classic film over the years.

 Review :: Political Animals

Review :: Political Animals

By Michael Cox | Jun 19
The simple human rights that gay people take for granted today, and the liberties that most citizens of this country consider elementary, were a hard-fought battle for four openly gay women in the California State Legislature.

 Review :: Maudie

Review :: Maudie

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 19
This sentimentalized biopic, based on the life of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis, showcases the exceptional talent of British Oscar-nominee Sally Hawkins.

 Review :: Madhouse

Review :: Madhouse

By Ken Tasho | Jun 17
With nary a madhouse in sight, the title of Arrow Video's 1981 slasher is a tad head-scratching.

 Review :: The Book Of Henry

Review :: The Book Of Henry

By Kevin Taft | Jun 16
"The Book of Henry" is an odd little film that still manages to be a heartfelt gem, despite some whacky plot mechanics.

 Review :: Funeral Parade of Roses

Review :: Funeral Parade of Roses

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 16
This re-issue of a seminal 1960s Japanese avant-garde take on the legend of Oedipus is not for the faint of heart.

 Review :: Cars 3

Review :: Cars 3

By Greg Vellante | Jun 16
Parents, prepare to be screwed. With "Cars 3," Pixar's blockbuster franchise continues its lazy, lackluster execution with a tired plot once again designed solely around the idea of selling toys to children.

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