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 Review :: Cars 3

Review :: Cars 3

By JC Alvarez | Nov 14
Find your speed in the latest installment of Disney/PIXAR's hit animated franchise "Cars 3," available now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. It's faster, friskier and full of high-octane excitement. The race is on!

 Review :: The Shadow Man

Review :: The Shadow Man

By Ken Tasho | Nov 14
Also known as "The Man in the Shadows," this new DVD has the theme of sleep paralysis as its main storyline, one that hasn't been examined much in horror movies before.

 Review :: The Incredible Shrinking Woman

Review :: The Incredible Shrinking Woman

By Kevin Taft | Nov 14
Lily Tomlin charms in Shout Factory's remastered release of "The Incredible Shrinking Woman," which includes a wonderful interview with Tomlin and longtime partner Jane Wagner.

 Review :: Coco

Review :: Coco

By Greg Vellante | Nov 13
Perhaps Pixar's most gorgeously animated film to date, "Coco" complements its striking visuals with a story that thrives on adventure, music and warmth.

 Review :: Daddy's Home 2

Review :: Daddy's Home 2

By Greg Vellante | Nov 10
A "family-friendly Christmas film" filled with sexual harassment, guns, crude humor and underage alcohol use, "Daddy's Home 2" is shame for the whole family and one of the worst films of the year.

 Review :: Maddman: The Story Of Steve Madden

Review :: Maddman: The Story Of Steve Madden

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 10
This documentary on the flamboyant shoe designer who ended up in jail is a tad too circumspect to let us find out the real story of who Steve Madden is.

 Review :: Murder on the Orient Express

Review :: Murder on the Orient Express

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 10
While it doesn't really come close to the brilliance of the Lumet version, the new cinema version of this this Agatha Christie classic is a worthy effort, introducing this fascinating tale of revenge to a new generation.

 Review :: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Review :: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 10
In an Oscar-worthy performance in this thrilling black comedy, Frances McDormand plays a grieving mother who will not let her small hometown forget that her daughter's brutal murder is still unsolved

 Review :: Lady Bird

Review :: Lady Bird

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 10
This film, the story of a feisty 17 year old girl's final year in high school, is a sheer joy from start to finish.

 Review :: Thelma

Review :: Thelma

By Kevin Taft | Nov 10
A spell-binding look at a young woman's emotional, intellectual, and sexual awakening amidst the discovery of horrifying powers she has kept at bay.

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