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Review :: The Naked Island

By Kilian Melloy | May 24
The special features contain interesting tidbits, but the film itself -- luminous, moving -- is the star of this new edition.

Review :: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Volume 2

By Ken Tasho | May 24
The long out-of-print second installment of the seminal series that spoofs bad movies features some of the best and hilarious episodes.

Review :: A Married Woman

By Kilian Melloy | May 24
Godard's films can be exasperating, but in this case the pieces do fall together quite nicely. The Cohen Media Blu-ray edition is a gorgeous 2K high definition restoration that serves his vision quite nicely.

Review :: Remember

By Michael Cox | May 23
This extraordinary revenge tragedy about an Auschwitz survivor who discovers that the man who murdered his family is living in America is loaded with cinematic gold - legendary actors, suspense and thought provoking themes of justice and identity.

Watch: Disney Releases Teaser Trailer for Live-Action 'Beauty and the Beast'

May 23
Disneyphiles and showmosexuals rejoice! The Mouse Factory released its first teaser trailer of the highly-anticipated live-action version of its 1991 animated-classic-turned-Broadway-musical "Beauty and the Beast."

Ken Loach Wins Palme d'Or at Cannes for 'I, Daniel Blake'

By Thomas Adamson | May 23
Veteran British director Ken Loach won his second Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival Sunday for "I, Daniel Blake" - a stark portrayal of a disabled man's struggle with the crushing benefits system in northern England.

Review :: Easy Rider

By Kilian Melloy | May 22
Criterion's care in putting this edition together results in a definitive package. You need to see this movie if you've haven't yet; if you have, you need to watch again, more closely, with its creators whispering in your ear.

Review :: The Witch

By Ken Tasho | May 20
This recent critic and audience favorite comes reasonably priced and the Blu-ray has some fairly good extras.

In Highlights of Cannes, a Hush Falls Over the Festival

By Jake Coyle | May 20
Full of booing critics, shouting photographers and interminable standing ovations, the Cannes Film Festival is a non-stop cacophony broken only by the two (or three) -hour reprieve between a movie's opening and closing credits.

Review :: Maggie's Plan

By Frank J. Avella | May 20
Written and directed by Rebecca Miller (daughter of Arthur Miller), based on a story by Karen Rinaldi, "Maggie's Plan" soars because of Greta Gerwig, as well as a delicious brand of the "screwball surreal."

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