[Review] ‘UNCLE FRANK’ bolsters outstanding performances, plucks the heartstrings as deftly as it satisfies the mind
A nuanced drama that’s impeccably self-controlled and has a deep emotional well.
We spoke with the screenwriter about reuniting a beloved couple on-screen – and how the pandemic changes the film’s resonance.
[Fresh on Blu-ray: ‘BILL & TED’ 3 is a totally radical sequel, while ‘POPEYE’ is just as strange 40 years later
Here are some movies that will make you feel good. A little bit of nostalgia and a lot of self care.
[Fresh on Blu-ray] Kino Lorber classics highlight a ’90s hidden gem, a Best Picture winner, and original ‘MAD MAX’
Kino Lorber Studio Classics wrap up November with three top-notch releases. What A Lovely Day for Blu-rays.
Clint Eastwood emerges as a director with strange and nuanced tastes. Now available through Kino Lorber:
[Review] ‘CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES 2’ another predictable but spirited family-friendly adventure with Kurt Russell’s hip St. Nick
A pleasant-enough follow-up, with a thimbleful of creative ideas at play.
[Review] ‘THE NEST’ observes marriage with stinging honesty, houses dynamite pairing with Law and Coon
A splintering union that challenges you to think. Jude Law and Carrie Coon give two of the year’s best performances.
[Fresh on Blu-ray] Kino Lorber comes in with some classic Clint Eastwood films with pristine artwork and packaging
Tough and vulnerable these Clint Eastwood classics breakdown masculinity of a bygone era.
We interviewed director Brenda Chapman and ‘COME AWAY’ actors Jordan A. Nash and Reece Yates about what keeps the talents’ imaginations alive, who in their life tells them never to forget to dream, and what about this vision spoke to them.
The 1986 BMX movie RAD screened outdoors for audiences in Dallas. Here’s what happened, and what you can expect from the Texas Theatre in the coming weeks:
Solid performances and compelling themes add up to a film that’s different from others of its ilk.