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Review: 'Beverly Hills Cop' Still Fresh in 4K

Review: 'Beverly Hills Cop' Still Fresh in 4K

By Michael Cox | Dec 1, 2020

"Beverly Hills Cop" beats the street, in glorious 4K Ultra HD, on December 1.

Review: 'Top Gun' Roars into 4K with this Steelbook Edition

Review: 'Top Gun' Roars into 4K with this Steelbook Edition

By JC Alvarez | Dec 1, 2020

Available now for the first time in 4K Ultra HD! Tom Cruise stars in the film that made him an overnight action hero.

Review: Revisit Middle Earth with 'The Hobbit: The Motion PictureTrilogy' on 4K

Review: Revisit Middle Earth with 'The Hobbit: The Motion PictureTrilogy' on 4K

By JC Alvarez | Dec 1, 2020

Follow the path to high adventure in "The Hobbit: The Motion Picture Trilogy," available now in stunning 4K Ultra HD and Digital.

Review: 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy Gets a Stellar 4K Upgrade

Review: 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy Gets a Stellar 4K Upgrade

By Sam Cohen | Dec 1, 2020

Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy gets an incredible new 4K Blu-ray release from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Review: 'The Antidote' Reminds Us People Are Good

Review: 'The Antidote' Reminds Us People Are Good

By Karin McKie | Dec 1, 2020

Kahane Cooperman and John Hoffman present an inoculation to the cruelty in the world with this feel-good documentary.

Review: Farcical Finnish Flick 'Nimby' Loses the Thread

Review: Farcical Finnish Flick 'Nimby' Loses the Thread

By Roger Walker-Dack | Dec 1, 2020

The humor has, sadly, got lost in translation of this absurdist lesbian drama from Finland.

Alan Ball: Difficult to Watch 'American Beauty' Because of Kevin Spacey

Alan Ball: Difficult to Watch 'American Beauty' Because of Kevin Spacey

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Nov 30, 2020

Alan Ball admits it's difficult to watch "American Beauty" because of sexual assault and misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey.

Review: Imaginative Doc Tells the Story of 'No Ordinary Man'

Review: Imaginative Doc Tells the Story of 'No Ordinary Man'

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 30, 2020

The fascinating story of trans pioneer Billy Tipton.

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

Nov 28, 2020

John Waters picks the best movies of 2020 and they aren't the usual suspects.

Watch: Glenn Close Plays a Round of 'Take Back the Oscar'

Watch: Glenn Close Plays a Round of 'Take Back the Oscar'

Nov 28, 2020

Glenn Close is the most-nominated actress in Oscar history without a win, and will likely be getting another nomination for "Hillbilly Elegy," now on Netflix. But she is making headlines for trolling another actresss's Oscar win.

Review: 'Los Fuertes' a Tender Same-Sex Love Story

Review: 'Los Fuertes' a Tender Same-Sex Love Story

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 28, 2020

González and Altamirano share a palpable chemistry, whether their characters are sneaking passionate kisses, having passionate sex, or cuddling up contentedly for a good night's sleep.

Review: Energetic and Refreshing, 'A Worm in the Heart' Will Shake You Out of Your Comfort Zone

Review: Energetic and Refreshing, 'A Worm in the Heart' Will Shake You Out of Your Comfort Zone

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 28, 2020

A fresh set of young eyes on the old problem of the plight of the LGBTQ community in Russia.

Review: Dark and Compelling 'Downriver'

Review: Dark and Compelling 'Downriver'

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 28, 2020

As time passes, taking us forever downstream from pivotal events, is it possible to retrace our steps, re-visit the scene of a crime — or a mistake — and make amends?

Review: 'The Obituary Of Tunde Johnson' is Highly Charged, Intelligent Storytelling

Review: 'The Obituary Of Tunde Johnson' is Highly Charged, Intelligent Storytelling

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 28, 2020

Writer Stanley Kalu and director Ali LeRoy bring fresh life to the "Groundhog Day" movie genre with this piercing, effective drama,

A New Doc Peeks Inside The USPS's Operation Santa Program

A New Doc Peeks Inside The USPS's Operation Santa Program

By Lindsey Bahr | Nov 27, 2020

Filmmaker Dana Nachman wanted to make a documentary about the United States Postal Service's Operation Santa program for years, but it never seemed like the right time. Then in 2018 she got up some courage and decided to cold email the USPS press office.

Watch: 11 Hot Men 'Bare' All in New Doc

Watch: 11 Hot Men 'Bare' All in New Doc

Nov 26, 2020

One movie you may not want to see slip under the radar is "BARE," Aleksandr M. Vinogradov's documentary that follows a well-known Belgian choreographer Thierry Smits through a process of creating his piece "Anima Ardens" with 11 naked men.

'Frank' Talk: An Interview with Actor Peter Macdissi

'Frank' Talk: An Interview with Actor Peter Macdissi

By Gregg Shapiro | Nov 26, 2020

In "Uncle Frank," Alan Ball's second full-length feature, Peter Macdissi plays Walid, the partner of Frank (Paul Bettany). Both warily travel from Manhattan to the deep South for a family funeral. Macdissi discussed his work on the film.

Review: 'Superintelligence' Is Smart and Funny

Review: 'Superintelligence' Is Smart and Funny

By Kevin Taft | Nov 26, 2020

This Melissa McCarthy vehicle is a surprisingly charming and romantic comedy about compassion and kindness - something the world needs right now.

The Pandemic is Changing Hollywood, Maybe Forever

The Pandemic is Changing Hollywood, Maybe Forever

By Jake Coyle | Nov 25, 2020

"No New 'Movies' Till Influenza Ends" blared a New York Times headline on Oct. 10, 1918, while the deadly second wave of the Spanish Flu was unfolding.

Review: 'Stardust' Offers a Minor Glow

Review: 'Stardust' Offers a Minor Glow

By Kevin Taft | Nov 25, 2020

The indie-biopic about the early career of David Bowie has its moments, but ultimately, it becomes a forgettable exercise that makes you hope for a "Rocketman" version of his entire career.

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