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'Queer Japan's Colorful Mosaic Graham Kolbeins' - New Documentary Visualizes Diverse Asian Subcultures

'Queer Japan's Colorful Mosaic Graham Kolbeins' - New Documentary Visualizes Diverse Asian Subcultures

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jan 21, 2021

Graham Kolbeins' new documentary 'Queer Japan' is a colorful and sometimes dizzying portrait of LGBT life in several major Japanese cities, starting with Tokyo.

Review: 'Rolling Thunder Review: A Bob Dylan Story' is Superlative on Blu-ray

Review: 'Rolling Thunder Review: A Bob Dylan Story' is Superlative on Blu-ray

By Sam Cohen | Jan 19, 2021

Martin Scorsese's "Rolling Thunder Revue" gets a superlative Blu-ray release from the Criterion Collection. This comes highly recommended to all fans of Bob Dylan and Scorsese.

Review: 'Open Up to Me' Has Heart and a Little Fire, But No Bite

Review: 'Open Up to Me' Has Heart and a Little Fire, But No Bite

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 19, 2021

This Finnish drama by writer-director Simo Halinen is almost over-stuffed with sexually uptight, anxious characters who act out in a variety of ill-considered, and potentially disastrous, ways.

Review: Family Drama 'Let Him Go' is Quiet, Intense

Review: Family Drama 'Let Him Go' is Quiet, Intense

By Padraic Maroney | Jan 19, 2021

This is a slow-burn tale of trying to keep a family together that delivers standout performances from its female cast.

Review: 'Toys Of Terror' Boasts Retro Feel, Few Chills

Review: 'Toys Of Terror' Boasts Retro Feel, Few Chills

By Ken Tasho | Jan 19, 2021

A new horror film takes the elements of the Christmas slasher genre, ("Krampus," "Gremlins") and any of the numerous ghost stories out there, combining them all into a tale of its own.

Review: 'Prince of Darkness' Not Carpenter's Best, But Worth a Look For Horror Fans

Review: 'Prince of Darkness' Not Carpenter's Best, But Worth a Look For Horror Fans

By Ken Tasho | Jan 19, 2021

From now on, you may decide that the only way to watch a John Carpenter horror film is in Ultra 4K high definition.

Review: 'Sudden Fear' on DVD Recalls Crawford at Her Best

Review: 'Sudden Fear' on DVD Recalls Crawford at Her Best

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 19, 2021

The draw here is Crawford, and she delivers magnificently. If you can toss away any hints of "Mommie Dearest," you might truly appreciate an actress who knows when to hold back and when to let loose.

Review: Bromance 'The Climb' a Triumph of Quirky Filmmaking

Review: Bromance 'The Climb' a Triumph of Quirky Filmmaking

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 19, 2021

This is more than a buddy movie, examining the concept of family from the inside out, stripping away the gloss, and using points of interpersonal friction to illuminate as well as provide dramatic sparks.

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

By Robert Nesti | Jan 18, 2021

In Hollywood's long history, there have been instances of gay actors playing gay roles. Here's a list.

Shotgun Divorce? Armie Hammer Out of 'Shotgun Wedding' After Incendiary Accusations

Shotgun Divorce? Armie Hammer Out of 'Shotgun Wedding' After Incendiary Accusations

Jan 18, 2021

After ugly accusations on social media, Armie Hammer drops out of upcoming film co-starring Jennifer Lopez.

Brendan Fraser to Play 600-Pound Gay Man Eating Himself to Death in Darren Aronofsky's 'The Whale'

Brendan Fraser to Play 600-Pound Gay Man Eating Himself to Death in Darren Aronofsky's 'The Whale'

Jan 16, 2021

Brendan Fraser will star in Darren Aronofsky's adaptation of the play "The Whale," where he will play a 600-pound gay man looking to reunite with his estranged daughter.

Watch: Anthony Mackie Talks Fanboying Over Betty White With Jimmy Fallon

Watch: Anthony Mackie Talks Fanboying Over Betty White With Jimmy Fallon

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 15, 2021

Anthony Mackie talks with Jimmy Fallon about his love for "The Golden Girls" and Betty White.

'Parasite's' Bong Joon Ho to Head Venice Film Festival Jury

'Parasite's' Bong Joon Ho to Head Venice Film Festival Jury

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 15, 2021

"Parasite" director Bong Joon Ho has been selected as jury president of the 78th Venice International Film Festival, organizers said Friday.

Review: 'Promising Young Woman' Haunting, but Doesn't Quite Reach Its Potential

Review: 'Promising Young Woman' Haunting, but Doesn't Quite Reach Its Potential

By Padraic Maroney | Jan 15, 2021

This haunting tale of revenge features a must-see performance by Carey Mulligan.

Review: Military Sci-Fi Actioner 'Outside the Wire' Thinks Outside the Box

Review: Military Sci-Fi Actioner 'Outside the Wire' Thinks Outside the Box

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 15, 2021

It's man in partnership with machine — and man versus machine, too — when Anthony Mackie and Damson Idris team up in the Ukraine, and in the year 2032, to prevent a warlord from unleashing nuclear annihilation.

Review: Buried Treasure, Impending War and Loss in 'The Dig'

Review: Buried Treasure, Impending War and Loss in 'The Dig'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 15, 2021

Director Simon Stone has made a lovely film, starring Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes, from John Preston's novel, which is based on a true story.

Review: 'Hunted' Reimagines 'Little Red Riding Hood' as Tale of Survival, Murderous Pursuit

Review: 'Hunted' Reimagines 'Little Red Riding Hood' as Tale of Survival, Murderous Pursuit

By Megan Kearns | Jan 15, 2021

Directed by Vincent Paronnaud, this horror film stars Lucie Debay as a woman who meets a friendly man only to be kidnapped and hunted by him. It's a primal, rageful take on a classic fairy tale.

Doug Liman Made the Ultimate Lockdown Movie IN Lockdown

Doug Liman Made the Ultimate Lockdown Movie IN Lockdown

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 14, 2021

Director Doug Liman was on a call with screenwriter Steven Knight and producer PJ van Sandwijk in July when they started wondering what it would be like to make a movie about the current moment IN the current moment.

Review: 'Minding The Gap' is a Powerful Portrait About What Makes Us Who We Are

Review: 'Minding The Gap' is a Powerful Portrait About What Makes Us Who We Are

By Greg Vellante | Jan 13, 2021

One of the finest documentaries in recent years comes to The Criterion Collection "Minding the Gap" is a powerful portrait of what makes us who we are and whether we can overcome our demons.

Nicole as Lucy? New Biopic Looks Back at 1950s Hollywood Biggest Power Couple

Nicole as Lucy? New Biopic Looks Back at 1950s Hollywood Biggest Power Couple

Jan 12, 2021

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz — Hollywood's biggest power couple in the 1950s — will get a biopic by writer/director Aaron Sorkin starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem.

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