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 Review :: Sherlock Gnomes

Review :: Sherlock Gnomes

By JC Alvarez | Jun 12
Moving from the garden to the big city, the garden gnomes Gnomeo and Juliet find themselves involved in a mystery that only the great "Sherlock Gnomes" can help them solve. The animated adventure is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.

 Review :: Edward II

Review :: Edward II

Jun 12
Look to Jarman's "Edward II," gloriously restored in this Film Movement Blu-ray edition, as an example of what film as resistance looks like - or simply enjoy it as a cinematic shot of wildly carnal, fearlessly creative energy.

 Review :: Jerry Lewis 10 Film Collection

Review :: Jerry Lewis 10 Film Collection

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 12
The selections vary, but the price point is better than you might have hoped for, and there are enough diamonds in the mix to make this a jumping-off point for Lewis newbies or a decent, if not definitive, set for longtime fans.

 Review :: Dirty Grandpa

Review :: Dirty Grandpa

By Michael Cox | Jun 12
This raunchy sex comedy features politically incorrect humor and more than its share of gross-out moments. If that's the kind of thing that makes you laugh, you could do worse than this familial buddy comedy.

 Review :: Al Berto

Review :: Al Berto

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 12
This bold coming-of-age tale, based on the life of the famous Portuguese poet and set in a gay-hostile time and place, is now available on DVD.

 Review :: Tomb Raider

Review :: Tomb Raider

By Derek Deskins | Jun 12
Even though the casting of "Tomb Raider" is impressive, its script struggles to put forth anything better than mediocre.

 Review :: Love, Simon

Review :: Love, Simon

By Tony Pinizzotto | Jun 12
New to Blu-ray, Digital, DVD this week is Greg Berlanti's coming-of-age Young Adult gay love story about a high schooler and his XXX secret."

 Review :: Loveless

Review :: Loveless

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 12
Are these people capable of love, affection, or even concern? To an extent, yes - but director Andrei Zvyagintsev leaves it an open question as to just what it is they are concerned about in this harrowing, but beautiful, masterpiece.

 Review :: Abominable

Review :: Abominable

By Ken Tasho | Jun 12
There's no snowman in this 2K Blu-ray restoration release, but another abominable creature entirely.

 Review :: Every Day

Review :: Every Day

By Michael Cox | Jun 11
In this high-concept romance where a girl learns to love what's on the inside of a person rather than what's on the out, Rhiannon (Angourie Rice) falls for a raceless, genderless spirit which has no body of its own.

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