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 Review :: Curvature

Review :: Curvature

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 23
"Curvature" benefits from some inventive visual work, and generates just enough suspense to keep the viewer engaged; it's an easy, low-key watch, the sort of thing you might really enjoy late on a Saturday night.

 Review :: Annihilation

Review :: Annihilation

By Greg Vellante | Feb 23
Despite its visual prowess, "Annihilation" is a messy sham of intellectual ambition that never reaches its intended grasp.

 Review :: Hellraiser Judgment

Review :: Hellraiser Judgment

By Ken Tasho | Feb 22
Is it possible to breathe new life into a horror movie franchise that's 30 years old?

 Review :: Every Day

Review :: Every Day

By Kevin Taft | Feb 22
The critical acclaimed YA novel "Every Day" hits the big screen, but fails to live up to the fantastically original concept taken from its pages.

'Three Billboards' Creative Team on the Backlash

'Three Billboards' Creative Team on the Backlash

Feb 22
Co-producer Graham Broadbent and composer Carter Burwell discuss the criticisms Oscar-nominated "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" has received.

 Review :: Night Of The Living Dead

Review :: Night Of The Living Dead

By Greg Vellante | Feb 22
George Romero's iconic debut comes to the Criterion Collection in a stunning new version, restored by the Museum of Modern Art and The Film Foundation.

 Review :: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Review :: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

By Greg Vellante | Feb 21
Paul Mazursky's "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" is a seminal film in its satire of the 1960s sexual revolution.

Lawrence: 'Red Sparrow' Perfect Film for Right Now

Lawrence: 'Red Sparrow' Perfect Film for Right Now

Feb 21
At the London premiere of her new thriller "Red Sparrow," actress Jennifer Lawrence says she felt "empowered" during shooting and discusses the necessity of shooting nude scenes.

 Review :: The Incident

Review :: The Incident

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
There's no better moment that right now to bring this cult classic back in a sparkling hi-def transfer, and that's what Twilight Time has done. It's a public service.

 Review :: The Florida Project

Review :: The Florida Project

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
After the success of "Tangerine," director Sean Baker found delight and drama in another unlikely place: The children of America's chronically homeless families.

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