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Pop Culturing: HBO's 'The Righteous Gemstones' is Another Solid Entry in the Danny McBride Universe

Gyllenhaal Attributes Conquering Fear to Oscar-Winning Doc

By Jason St. Amand |
"The Righteous Gemstones," which airs Sunday on HBO and stars John Goodman, is Danny McBride's newest comedy about an over-the-top televangelist family.

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'After the Wedding' Was a Family Affair for Julianne Moore

'After the Wedding' Was a Family Affair for Julianne Moore

By Ragan Clark | Aug 17
Julianne Moore is accustomed to working with her husband, director Bart Freundlich, on set, but it was a real family affair when their daughter joined them for their latest collaboration.

 Review :: Blinded by the Light

Review :: Blinded by the Light

By Kevin Taft | Aug 16
The feel-great, dance-in-your-seat movie of the year!

 Review :: Good Boys

Review :: Good Boys

By Greg Vellante | Aug 16
Exploring the middle school experience of three tween boys, "Good Boys" is a hilarious exploration of hormones, romantic confusion, and plenty of unexpected exploits that's lifted by the performances of its three leads.

 Review :: The Front Page

Review :: The Front Page

By Greg Vellante | Aug 15
While being a film that director Billy Wilder wasn't enthusiastic about or pleased with, "The Front Page" is a reimagining of the classic Broadway play that is still worthy of a watch.

 Review :: A Foreign Affair

Review :: A Foreign Affair

By Greg Vellante | Aug 15
"A Foreign Affair" is a film that might be forgotten in director Billy Wilder's oeuvre, but it's definitely worthy of rediscovery. And thanks to this restored Blu-ray from Kino Lorber, now it can.

 Review :: Where'd You Go, Bernadette?

Review :: Where'd You Go, Bernadette?

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 14
Writer-director extraordinaire Richard Linklater is trying to focus a light on why artists do matter in his engrossing and unique new film.

 Review :: Girls Of The Sun

Review :: Girls Of The Sun

By Michael Cox | Aug 14
In 2014, ISIS kidnapped thousands of Kurdish women and turned them into sex slaves. This war time revenge tragedy is the story of how those women stood up and fought back, refusing to be victims.

 Review :: Tolkien

Review :: Tolkien

By JC Alvarez | Aug 14
Available now on Blu-ray and DVD, "Tolkien," starring Nicholas Hoult, explores the life of the man who imagined a Middle Earth inhabited by myth and magic, and how his love of language inspired his work.

Jordan Halts Film that Refers to Historical Jewish Presence

Jordan Halts Film that Refers to Historical Jewish Presence

By Mohammed Daraghmeh | Aug 14
A fictional caper about an antiquities heist set in an ancient Jordanian city has stirred widespread outrage over the film's portrayal of historical Jewish ties to Jordan.

'Adam' Sparks Controversy Over 'Trans Deception' Storyline

'Adam' Sparks Controversy Over 'Trans Deception' Storyline

By Sam Cronin | Aug 13
Upcoming indie flick "Adam" debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and received mostly rave reviews. Since then, a contingent of critics, reviewers and cast members have come forward to criticize the movie as well as to allege that the set was toxic.

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