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Review :: Gran Bollito

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 29
This is a movie about individual madness playing out against an increasingly chaotic world. In the spirit of our own age, invite some friends over for a screening... and don't forget the tea cakes and boutique soap.

Review :: One Kiss

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 29
Clutching a newly won Italian Golden Globe comes an insightful teen drama that adroitly tackles a whole slew of issues such as homophobia, bullying and date-rape sex.

Review :: I Want to Live

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 29
Catalogue this selection among the true gems that Twilight Time has made available in sparkling Blu-ray editions. Include it also on your essential viewing list.

Review :: Kubo And The Two Strings

By Greg Vellante | Nov 29
One of the year's best films, gorgeously animated and beautifully told, comes to stunning Blu-ray with a plethora of bonus features.

Review :: Leonard Bernstein's Candide In Concert

By Steven Bergman | Nov 28
If you haven't enjoyed this Great Performance before, this is a recommended introduction to the "best of all possible worlds."

Review :: Hell or High Water

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 28
"Hell or High Water" is both a movie that's very much of the moment, and a story that transcends specifics of time and place. That said, it also feels like a throwback to a time when movies were about something more than sex, car chases, and pyrotechnics.

Review :: Lion

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 25
This film, about a lost boy from India who grows up in Australia and then begins a wrenching search for his home and family, is unapologetic Oscar bait. Still, it mostly works.

Review :: Bad Santa 2

By Michael Cox | Nov 23
Billy Bob and the "Bad Santa" team return, playing to a selfish and disenchanted nation whose holiday season probably doesn't offer a lot of cheer.

Review :: Moana

By Kevin Taft | Nov 23
Disney has done it again! Crafting an original, yet familiar, story with characters that reflect a new generation of strong, independent kids who strive to do the right thing by thinking outside the box.

Review :: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Vol. XXXVII

By Ken Tasho | Nov 23
The four episodes on the new MST3K box set are the lowest of the low from the depths of the bad movie vaults.

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