Riding high on its awards season success, “Nomadland” will make its Blu-ray debut April 27.
“The Courier” is a dark tale of Russian turncoats and British Intelligence that is charming, thrilling, and packs a lot of heart.
“Cherry” scratches the surface of a number of serious issues – from addiction to PTSD – but never commits to fully exploring any of them.
“She’s The Man” is finally coming home on Blu-ray just in time for its 15th anniversary, and it’s loaded with bonus feature
After premiering “Good Samaritans” at Film Fest 919 in October, the Lawler Brothers’s debut short film is now available for the world to see.
“Lovecraft Country” was a hit on HBO, and the home release now allows viewers to dive deep into the creative process of the supernatural show.
“Judas and the Black Messiah” finally etches the tragedy of Fred Hampton in celluloid for us to revisit and revere for years to come.
Review: Less is more in ‘Malcolm & Marie’ thanks to jaw-dropping performances from Zendaya, Washington
Writer-director Sam Levinson is operating at the top of his craft in this moment, and “Malcolm & Marie” is simply his latest example that sometimes less is more.
“Pieces of a Woman” is an exquisitely-crafted portrait of generational grief, trauma and loss that not only showcases three superb performances, but excellent cinematography and strong direction.
Packed with humor and heart, “Happiest Season” is all but guaranteed to become a modern Christmas classic.
“Hillbilly Elegy” has the right ingredients for success, but the recipe is all wrong.
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is a performance-driven film – and it more than delivers in that department thanks to Boseman and Davis.
“Run” is a psychological thriller that delivers enough twists and turns to have viewers questioning everything they know about the film.
“Dreamland” is undercut by a thin script with even thinner characters, leaving no substance with which the audience can connect.
In “Jungleland,” director Max Winkler has crafted a story of survival that feels familiar, both cinematically and personally.
“Minari” is not only another testament to the shared experiences of immigrant families in America, but to Americans in general, reminding what makes this country strong in the first place.