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Riley Keough, Seth Mac Farlane, and Katie Holmes also star in this PG-13 caper that is joined by two deleted scenes in Universal's 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Digital HD edition.
January 30, 2018 - Our newest DVD review covers Lemon, an indie comedy starring Brett Gelman (who co-wrote the film with his partner, director Janciza Bravo) playing a pretentious acting teacher whose life falls apart after his girlfriend of ten years (Judy Greer) leaves him.
Michael Cera, Jeff Garlin, Nia Long, and Megan Mullally are among the supporting cast of this limited theatrical release, which is joined by deleted scenes and interviews on Magnolia's DVD. January 21, 2018 - Now playing nationwide, Phantom Thread reunites Daniel Day-Lewis with his There Will Be Blood writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson.
Set in 1950s London, the film sees a perfectionist dressmaker (Day-Lewis) welcome into his life a waitress (Vicky Krieps) who becomes his muse.
Richard Jenkins, Michael Shannon, Doug Jones, and Octavia Spencer co-star in this R-rated film that is sure to be recognized by a number of Academy Award nods. December 12, 2017 - The most anticipated film of 2017 yet to open, Star Wars: The Last Jedi reaches theaters this week and we've got an early review.
Rian Johnson (Looper, Brick) takes the helm as writer-director of this eighth episode which is more full of humor and originality than its predecessors.
Nominated for several Academy Awards, the film is one of 2017's best-reviewed. December 20, 2017 - Today, we take a look at four of the season's new theatrical releases. Michelle Williams plays Barnum's wife and Zac Efron his stage-seasoned business partner in this PG-rated production that features songs from two of the Oscar-winning lyricists of La La Land.
First up, Hugh Jackman stars as circus ringleader P. Nominated for three Golden Globes, it is in theaters today. Next, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle provides an untimely direct sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams hit.
This Focus Features release opens in theaters nationwide this weekend. May 11, 2018 - Melissa Mc Carthy stars in Life of the Party, a PG-13 comedy she co-wrote with her husband Ben Falcone, who directs.
Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher complement the young returning cast of Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, and Oscar Isaac in what is expected to become the #1 film of the year at the box office. December 8, 2017 - Nominees for the 75th Annual Golden Globes are announced on Monday morning and we've got three pages of predictions and previews of the people and movies you can expect to be nominated in the awards' fourteen film categories. Expanding today is Wonder Wheel, 2017's contribution to Woody Allen's annually expanding catalog of films.
Set in 1950s Coney Island, this one sees a young woman (Juno Temple) hiding out in the home of her father (James Belushi), where she comes between her stepmother (Kate Winslet) and the romantic lifeguard (Justin Timberlake) she's having an affair with. December 7, 2017 - Though it doesn't open in theaters until December 22nd, The Post lifts its reviews embargo to allow widespread acclaim to come in.
Mc Carthy plays a mother who after being dumped by her husband of twenty-three years returns to the college her daughter is currently attending for some fish-out-of-water culture shock. May 4, 2018 - Opening wide today is Tully, the third collaboration from Juno, Young Adult writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman.
Charlize Theron plays a stressed mother of three young children who reluctantly agrees to hire a night nanny on her brother's recommendation, something she finds to be a game changer.