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 Review :: Black Venus

Review :: Black Venus

By Ken Tasho | May 22
The 2009 French film that won awards and accolades for its stark portrayal of racial exploitation in the early 1900s comes from Arrow Video under their Arrow Academy imprint.

 Review :: Die Hard - 30th Anniversary

Review :: Die Hard - 30th Anniversary

By Greg Vellante | May 22
Yippee-4K! "Die Hard" comes to the 4K Ultra HD format in a 30th Anniversary Special Edition release.

 Review :: Early Man

Review :: Early Man

By Michael Cox | May 22
This is one of the largest, most expensive and complex animations to come out of Aardman Animations. And this Blu-ray comes complete with several behind-the-scenes features (all around 8 minutes long).

 Review :: The Return Of Swamp Thing

Review :: The Return Of Swamp Thing

By Ken Tasho | May 22
It's green, slimy, and has come back for more love and dastardly deeds in the swamps.

 Review :: Red Sparrow

Review :: Red Sparrow

By Derek Deskins | May 22
"Red Sparrow" features great central performances and a keen visual style, but its overly convoluted nature and overpopulated cast list keeps it from being anything special.

 Review :: Book Club

Review :: Book Club

By Frank J. Avella | May 18
"Book Club" offers a Mount Rushmore roster of star talent, but the script doesn't deliver.

 Review :: Show Dogs

Review :: Show Dogs

By Jason Southerland | May 18
A mediocre entry into a mediocre genre (talking animals that interact with humans) that is ultimately geared to kids without the usual hook of providing another level of humor for adults.

 Review :: Saving Brinton

Review :: Saving Brinton

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 18
Frank and Indiana Brinton had one of the finest collections of old silent movies. Their trove of films languished for over 130 years... until now.

 Review :: On Chesil Beach

Review :: On Chesil Beach

By Kilian Melloy | May 18
Saorise Ronan stars in a period drama that's also a dark comedy about artfully constructed, obsessively maintained social facades and the usual human frailty, cruelty, and misery that simmer beneath them.

 Review :: First Reformed

Review :: First Reformed

By Kilian Melloy | May 18
Rejoice, cinema faithful: Ethan Hawke has suffered for the sins of Paul Schrader's latest movie, so the rest of us don't have to.

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