The melancholic yet unabashedly romantic drama 5 to 7 (R, 97 minutes), headlined by Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Only Lovers Left Alive) and Bérénice Marlohe) hits DVD come August 18 via IFC Entertainment.
The picture, which marks the film directing debut of producer Victor Levin (Mad About You, Mad Men), centers on Brian (Yelchin), a [...]
Pierce Brosnan’s trademark charm is on display in the trailer for Some Kind of Beautiful. The storyline centers on Richard (Brosnan), a college professor and seemingly eternal bachelor who must settle down after his much younger girlfriend Kate (Jessica Alba) gets pregnant. Several years later Richard is a domesticated man in Los Angeles, but find [...]
Poltergeist, from producer Sam Raimi and director Gil Kenan (Monster House), comes out on Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, and DVD on September 29 via 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Both Blu-ray versions comes with an alternate ending and extended cut, while the DVD comes with the alternate ending.
A contemporary version of the 1982 supernatural thriller, Poltergeist [...]
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The Third Man, director Carol Reed’s classic thriller starring Citizen Kane players Orson Welles and Joseph Cotten, will open Friday, July 3 at Landmark’s Nuart Theatre for an exclusive one-week engagement.
The feature’s 4K restoration had its world premiere May 2015 as part of the “Cannes Classics” [...]
Brendan Gleeson gives a heartbreaking and inspired performance as a priest who is targeted by one of his parishioners in Calvary. Though I’m pegging Gleeson and director John Michael McDonagh for Academy Award nods (McDonagh should be a Best Screenplay Oscar contender), the film is also strengthened by its sterling ensemble.
In casting Kelly Reilly as [...]
The evocative Roger Ebert documentary Life Itself has received its share of critical accolades, including earning the Critics Choice seal this weekend by the Broadcast Film Critics Association. The honor is bestowed upon films that have received high ratings from the BFCA members (for a history of past Critics Choice seal earners, go to [...]
Land Ho! centers on Colin (Paul Eenhoorn) and Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson), former brothers-in-law who take a spontaneous trip to Iceland. While Mitch is a rambunctious, get up and go type of guy, Colin is decidedly way more laid back. Their disparate personalities may lead to a few verbal dust-ups here and there, but [...]
No matter how big or small the role, Edgar Ramirez puts a ton of research into his work. It’s a trait he developed through traveling around the world, learning five languages (Spanish, German, English, French, Italian), and receiving a journalism degree.
A worldly and scholarly knowledge, along with an innate presence, equipped Ramirez for such layered [...]
Filmmaker/author Sebastian Junger’s new project Korengal is a follow-up to the acclaimed documentary Restrepo. Both forays into the mountainous terrain of Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley give viewers an up close look at the soldiers who manned the Restrepo outpost, and Korengal gives a more in-depth examination at the psyches of the close knit unit that [...]
If you dig sci-fi flicks which come with a bit of a twist, The Signal may be your cup of tea. With just a $4 million budget to carry the way, director William Eubank and cinematographer David Lanzenberg have crafted a visually arresting tale of three college friends (Brenton Thwaites, Beau Knapp, Olivia Cooke) [...]