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 Review :: The Great Game

Review :: The Great Game

By Noe Kamelamela | Feb 22
Pierre Blum gets drafted to the front of the attention war in France and his ideals are sorely tested as he attempts to navigate the aftermath of his own work.

 Review :: Loving

Review :: Loving

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
Anti-miscegenation meets its legal match in writer/director Jeff Nichols' powerful, quiet adaption of the real-life Supreme Court case.

 Review :: Arrival

Review :: Arrival

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
French Canadian director Denis Villenueve turns Eric Heisserer's screenplay of Ted Chiang's cyclical sci-fi "Story of Your Life" into a deep mediation on communication and choices.

 Review :: La Belle Et La Bete

Review :: La Belle Et La Bete

By Michael Cox | Feb 21
A visually sumptuous adaptation of the enduring classic, painted with vivid colors and dark undertones, this version reclaims the fairy tale - not as a musical for children - but as an epic for young adults, fans of fantasy and romanticism.

 Review :: Cameraperson

Review :: Cameraperson

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
You could purchase this release for the film alone; you could, equally, buy it just for the supplemental material. All of it together makes for an irresistible package.

 Review :: King Cobra

Review :: King Cobra

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
The sordid story behind the 2007 murder of Bryan Kocis (the owner of Cobra Video, a gay porn video company) is dramatized in the latest James Franco vehicle in which the star -- who is straight, by the way -- plays gay.

 Review :: Manchester by the Sea

Review :: Manchester by the Sea

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
Put this title on your Oscars catch-up list, or better yet, make space for it on your shelf of go-to flicks.

 Review :: 3 Classic Films by Claude Chabrol: 'Betty,' 'Torment,' and 'The Swindle'

Review :: 3 Classic Films by Claude Chabrol: 'Betty,' 'Torment,' and 'The Swindle'

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
Cohen Media has released other Chabrol titles in Blu-ray, including the Huppert-starring thriller "Nightcap," but this set just might be their n'est-plus ultra when it comes to his canon.

 Review :: Logan

Review :: Logan

By Kevin Taft | Feb 17
The only thing to say here is that "Logan" is the first film of 2017 that deserves Oscar recognition at year's end.

 Review :: In Dubious Battle

Review :: In Dubious Battle

By Kevin Taft | Feb 17
Franco's latest directorial effort is a bland adaptation of a classic Steinbeck novel that fails to engage or leave any impression at all.

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