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Watch: Jack Whitehall Takes Pride in Portraying First Major Gay Disney Film Character

Watch: Jack Whitehall Takes Pride in Portraying First Major Gay Disney Film Character

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 28, 2021

British actor Jack Whitehall told Variety magazine he was "proud" of portraying the first openly gay major character in a Disney movie.

Review: Disney Fanatics Will Disagree, But This 'Jungle Cruise' Starts and Sputters in Familiar Territory

Review: Disney Fanatics Will Disagree, But This 'Jungle Cruise' Starts and Sputters in Familiar Territory

By Kevin Taft | Jul 27, 2021

"Jungle Cruise" sets sail in familiar territory. Its leads offer charming banter, but no romantic chemistry.

Review: Italian Shocker 'The Bird with the Crystal Plumage' Gets Incredible 4K Upgrade from Arrow

Review: Italian Shocker 'The Bird with the Crystal Plumage' Gets Incredible 4K Upgrade from Arrow

By Sam Cohen | Jul 27, 2021

Dario Argento's landmark 1970 horror thriller has arrived in stunning 4K UHD from Arrow Video, sourced from a new 4K restoration of the original camera negative.

Review: 'G.I. Joe" a Real American Hero on 4KHD

Review: 'G.I. Joe" a Real American Hero on 4KHD

By JC Alvarez | Jul 27, 2021

Available now in stunning 4K Ultra HD and bursting with non-stop action, these "G.I. Joe" films bring the thrills American heroes home in a completely cinematic experience.

Review: 'Stranger On The Run' a Haunting Western

Review: 'Stranger On The Run' a Haunting Western

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 27, 2021

Anne Baxter ("All About Eve") takes every one of her scenes and imbues them with a history and backstory that makes us long for a film that has her ballsy and fierce character at its center.

Review: Historical Horror-Thriller "Brotherhood of the Wolf" Given a Decent New Edition from Shout! Factory

Review: Historical Horror-Thriller "Brotherhood of the Wolf" Given a Decent New Edition from Shout! Factory

By Sam Cohen | Jul 27, 2021

The 2001 France horror-thriller that became an international sensation is now available on Blu-ray for the first time in the U.S., courtesy of Shout! Factory.

Review: Criterion's Blu-ray of Screwball Masterpiece 'Bringing Up Baby' Boasts Incredible Restoration

Review: Criterion's Blu-ray of Screwball Masterpiece 'Bringing Up Baby' Boasts Incredible Restoration

By Sam Cohen | Jul 27, 2021

Howard Hawks' masterpiece "Bringing Up Baby" is on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection, with a new 4K restoration and a long list of special features. It's a miraculous package.

John Cena's Bulgy Whities Captivate 'Suicide Squad' Cast

John Cena's Bulgy Whities Captivate 'Suicide Squad' Cast

Jul 27, 2021

At a recent press conference, some of the stars of the upcoming "Suicide Squad" sequel couldn't help but talk about one particular subject: John Cena's bulge.

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 27, 2021

Timur Bekmambetov's laptop thriller "Profile" may be built from video of computer screen activity, but it delivers the twists and emotionally wrenching impact of a more conventional film.

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

Jul 27, 2021

This year's hand-picked films represents nearly every genre and includes the voices and stories from the entire rainbow of the queer community including a significant number of first-time directors.

Review: Film Noir 'Deep Cover' Gets Thorough New Release from Criterion

Review: Film Noir 'Deep Cover' Gets Thorough New Release from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Jul 26, 2021

Bill Duke's 1992 film noir "Deep Cover" is now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection, with a terrific new video transfer and new interviews with Duke that are sure to please.

Review: Lizzie Borden's 1986 Sex Work Drama "Working Girls" Feels More Radical Than Ever

Review: Lizzie Borden's 1986 Sex Work Drama "Working Girls" Feels More Radical Than Ever

By Sam Cohen | Jul 26, 2021

Lizzie Borden's 1986 drama about sex work, "Working Girls," is now available in a terrific-looking, features-packed Blu-ray edition from The Criterion Collection.

Princess Di Biopic 'Spencer' Set for Venice Film Festival

Princess Di Biopic 'Spencer' Set for Venice Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2021

The Venice International Film Festival unveiled a starry lineup of world premieres for September — including Pablo Larrain's "Spencer," starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.

On a Quiet Weekend, 'Old' Tops, 'Snake Eyes' Sinks

On a Quiet Weekend, 'Old' Tops, 'Snake Eyes' Sinks

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2021

M. Night Shyamalan's "Old" easily won a slower weekend at the North American box office, while the G.I. Joe pic "Snake Eyes" lived up to its name.

Review: Andrei Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' a Remarkably Singular Accomplishment

Review: Andrei Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' a Remarkably Singular Accomplishment

By Greg Vellante | Jul 24, 2021

Dismissed by critics upon its initial release, yet eventually reclaimed as a staple of cinematic history, "Mirror" has now arrived on The Criterion Collection in a new 2K digital restoration.

Review: Overly Convoluted 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' Should Stick Closer to the Source Material

Review: Overly Convoluted 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' Should Stick Closer to the Source Material

By Kevin Taft | Jul 23, 2021

Ed and Lorraine Warren are back, and this third installment has them trying to prove a demonic motive for a local murder.

Review: Compelling 'Broken Diamonds' Tackles Tough Subjects With Compassion

Review: Compelling 'Broken Diamonds' Tackles Tough Subjects With Compassion

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 23, 2021

This drama handles the subject of a family dealing with schizophrenia with compelling compassion.

Review: 'The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' an Action Comedy with Flourish and Romance

Review: 'The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' an Action Comedy with Flourish and Romance

By Noe Kamelamela | Jul 23, 2021

"The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard" picks up after the original odd couple action comedy finished, adding flourish and romance to the series.

Review: Jamila Wignot's 'Ailey' a Stirring Documentary of the Man, His Work, and His Enduring Legacy

Review: Jamila Wignot's 'Ailey' a Stirring Documentary of the Man, His Work, and His Enduring Legacy

By Lewis Whittington | Jul 23, 2021

Wignot's film presents a masterfully edited selection of Alvin Ailey's signature works in performances by the Ailey company.

Review: Though Stunningly Captured, Not-So-Gripping 'Settlers' Loses Its Audience Early

Review: Though Stunningly Captured, Not-So-Gripping 'Settlers' Loses Its Audience Early

By Kevin Taft | Jul 23, 2021

"Settlers" is pretty, and Prince and Boutella are wonderful, but it's a film that's hard to plant stakes in.

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