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 Review :: Loving

Review :: Loving

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
Anti-miscegenation meets its legal match in writer/director Jeff Nichols' powerful, quiet adaption of the real-life Supreme Court case.

 Review :: Arrival

Review :: Arrival

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
French Canadian director Denis Villenueve turns Eric Heisserer's screenplay of Ted Chiang's cyclical sci-fi "Story of Your Life" into a deep mediation on communication and choices.

 Review :: La Belle Et La Bete

Review :: La Belle Et La Bete

By Michael Cox | Feb 21
A visually sumptuous adaptation of the enduring classic, painted with vivid colors and dark undertones, this version reclaims the fairy tale - not as a musical for children - but as an epic for young adults, fans of fantasy and romanticism.

 Review :: Cameraperson

Review :: Cameraperson

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
You could purchase this release for the film alone; you could, equally, buy it just for the supplemental material. All of it together makes for an irresistible package.

 Review :: King Cobra

Review :: King Cobra

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
The sordid story behind the 2007 murder of Bryan Kocis (the owner of Cobra Video, a gay porn video company) is dramatized in the latest James Franco vehicle in which the star -- who is straight, by the way -- plays gay.

 Review :: Manchester by the Sea

Review :: Manchester by the Sea

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
Put this title on your Oscars catch-up list, or better yet, make space for it on your shelf of go-to flicks.

 Review :: 3 Classic Films by Claude Chabrol: 'Betty,' 'Torment,' and 'The Swindle'

Review :: 3 Classic Films by Claude Chabrol: 'Betty,' 'Torment,' and 'The Swindle'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
Cohen Media has released other Chabrol titles in Blu-ray, including the Huppert-starring thriller "Nightcap," but this set just might be their n'est-plus ultra when it comes to his canon.

 Review :: Logan

Review :: Logan

By Kevin Taft | Feb 17
The only thing to say here is that "Logan" is the first film of 2017 that deserves Oscar recognition at year's end.

 Review :: In Dubious Battle

Review :: In Dubious Battle

By Kevin Taft | Feb 17
Franco's latest directorial effort is a bland adaptation of a classic Steinbeck novel that fails to engage or leave any impression at all.

 Review :: The Great Wall

Review :: The Great Wall

By Kevin Taft | Feb 17
Otherwise known as "Jurassic Wall" or "World Wall Z," Zhang Yimou's big-budget Chinese-American co-production is a soulless mess of ideas that occasionally looks great, but fails to build anything rock solid.

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