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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Shaun The Sheep Movie

By Louise Adams | Nov 24
The ovine adventures of the TV teen sheep become Aardman Animation's awesome new Claymation, almost dialog-less thriller.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Blood and Lace

By Ken Tasho | Nov 24
Shout Factory continues to pull out obscure films from the movie archives.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Living in Oblivion

By Jake Mulligan | Nov 23
We're watching as expectations and passions get diminished in the face of your average workaday complications. In other words, we're watching filmmaking get treated as though it were any other job.

Cinema Review :: Legend

By Joseph Pisano | Nov 20
Here is some basic movie math: Two great Tom Hardy performances are almost enough to make up for one bad Brian Helgeland script.

Cinema Review :: By the Sea

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 20
There were such high expectations after Angelina Jolie's second time behind the camera, after directing the Oscar-nominated "Unbroken" from a script by the Coen brothers. Sadly, she has followed up with a real dud.

Cinema Review :: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 20
The war against the Capitol gallops to a finish, the battle for Katniss' heart concludes long at last, and we can all go home with a sigh of relief that the saga is over.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Apu Trilogy

By Jake Mulligan | Nov 20
When it comes to cinema, words like "important" and "essential" are overused. But the services provided to bring "The Apu Trilogy" back to us-they earn them.

Cinema Review :: Secret in Their Eyes

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 20
Julia Roberts delivers an intense, wrenching performance. Not only does she de-glam to the point of looking like road kill, but she wholly immerses herself in the world of someone who has been gutted and destroyed.

Cinema Review :: Carol

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 20
"Carol," a rich, exquisite and deeply rewarding homage to '50s cinema, is Todd Haynes's best film to date -- and one of the best of 2015. Stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara give Oscar-worthy performances.

Cinema Review :: Mustang

By Joseph Pisano | Nov 20
In writer/director Deniz Gamze Erg├╝ven's debut feature, five orphan sisters learn that life is not done being unfair to them.

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