[4K Review] ‘SINGING IN THE RAIN’ showers home theaters with excellence

[4K Review] ‘SINGING IN THE RAIN’ showers home theaters with excellence

The new 4K release doesn’t put an umbrella over the film’s magic. This is a pristine, simply splashing disc.

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[Interview] What You Can Expect From Disney-Pixar’s ‘LIGHTYEAR’

[Interview] What You Can Expect From Disney-Pixar’s ‘LIGHTYEAR’

Director Angus MacLane expands on the man and mythos that is Buzz Lightyear in LIGHTYEAR. And we’ve got the details!

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‘FATHER STU’ interview: Mark Wahlberg talks fatherhood, spirituality and importance of understanding others

‘FATHER STU’ interview: Mark Wahlberg talks fatherhood, spirituality and importance of understanding others

Mark Wahlberg stars as boxer-turned-priest Stuart Long in ‘FATHER STU,’ a passion project of his that leads to many meaningful conversations about faith and fatherhood.

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SXSW interviews: ‘APOLLO 10 1/2’ cast, crew discover perspective in nostalgic trip to the moon

SXSW interviews: ‘APOLLO 10 1/2’ cast, crew discover perspective in nostalgic trip to the moon

Richard Linklater’s animated Netflix film is a profoundly personal, nostalgic, and picture-perfect recollection of youth in 1960s Houston, Texas – a time when everything revolved around NASA’s space missions. Our interviews from the South by Southwest Film Festival:

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Beast on a leash: ‘SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE’ continues to set the scene without being its own thing

Beast on a leash: ‘SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE’ continues to set the scene without being its own thing

Aside from a few good moments and an excellent Dan Fogler, the ‘Fantastic Beast’ series continues to be dull, convoluted and without magic.

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[Fresh on Blu-ray] Kino Lorber smiles down with ‘BLUE SKIES’ and ‘SHAKEDOWN’

[Fresh on Blu-ray] Kino Lorber smiles down with ‘BLUE SKIES’ and ‘SHAKEDOWN’

Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire put on a show, while a double-crossing film noir gives an amoral news photographer the inside scoop.

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[TV Review] New Marvel series ‘MOON KNIGHT’ wanes and waxes in quality

[TV Review] New Marvel series ‘MOON KNIGHT’ wanes and waxes in quality

Oscar Isaac-and- Ethan Hawke-starring superhero adventure kicks off with a bang and loses momentum as it progresses.

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Blast from the past: ’APOLLO 10½’ a hilarious, wondrous tongue-in-cheek space mission reimagining

Blast from the past: ’APOLLO 10½’ a hilarious, wondrous tongue-in-cheek space mission reimagining

Richard Linklater’s animated Netflix film is a profoundly personal, nostalgic, and picture-perfect recollection of youth in 1960s Houston, Texas – a time when everything revolved around NASA’s space missions.

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[Interview] What you can expect from Marvel’s ‘MOON KNIGHT’

[Interview] What you can expect from Marvel’s ‘MOON KNIGHT’

MOON KNIGHT is unlike any Marvel series or film you’ve seen before. Here’s what makes it special.

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Beauty amid chaos: ‘INFINITE STORM’ director explores humanity’s peaks, valleys in Naomi Watts-starring survival drama

Beauty amid chaos: ‘INFINITE STORM’ director explores humanity’s peaks, valleys in Naomi Watts-starring survival drama

Real-life mission from 2010 recounted in harrowing survival drama. In our video interview with Polish filmmaker Małgorzata Szumowska, we talk about the film’s stillness and personal metaphysical experiences.

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‘TURNING RED’ interview: North Texas effects artist made pandas go *poof* in warm, fuzzy animated tale

‘TURNING RED’ interview: North Texas effects artist made pandas go *poof* in warm, fuzzy animated tale

We always love to hear stories of local artists and filmmakers who makes big splashes in Hollywood. Jasmine Derry, from Mesquite, helped animate Disney and Pixar’s ‘Turning Red,’ now on Disney+

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[SXSW Review] ‘EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE’ a hilarious and tender WTF kaleidoscope

[SXSW Review] ‘EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE’ a hilarious and tender WTF kaleidoscope

Your mind is going to need its best pair of running shoes to keep up with this one. It’s Charlie Kaufman speed. So funny and beautifully weird! Michelle Yeoh is a treasure.

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Savoring the human bits: ‘FRESH’ writer, actor ground Hulu’s buck wild thriller

Savoring the human bits: ‘FRESH’ writer, actor ground Hulu’s buck wild thriller

We sat down with ‘Fresh’ movie screenwriter Lauryn Kahn and star Dayo Okeniyi to analyze the human aspects within their crazy thriller narrative.

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Kino Lorber highlights the weirder side of showbiz with ‘MAN ON THE MOON’, the forgotten ’80s prank war ‘FX’

Kino Lorber highlights the weirder side of showbiz with ‘MAN ON THE MOON’, the forgotten ’80s prank war ‘FX’

James Cole Clay // Film Critic MAN ON THE MOON Rated R, 118 minutesDirected by: Milos FormanStarring: Jim Carrey, Danny Devito, Paul Giamatti, Courtney Love Milos Forman’s MAN ON THE MOON is the height of Jim Carrey’s work as a dramatic performer. He is honing his physical skills into a version of...

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‘THE BATMAN’ Review: Robert Pattinson Leads An Excellent Crime Cape-r

‘THE BATMAN’ Review: Robert Pattinson Leads An Excellent Crime Cape-r

Riddle me this… riddle me that… are you ready to handle the Bat and the Cat?

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‘CYRANO’ interviews: Poetry soars across words, music and images in musical drama

‘CYRANO’ interviews: Poetry soars across words, music and images in musical drama

PRIDE & PREJUDICE director Joe Wright and GAME OF THRONES’ Peter Dinklage take on the world of musicals with this new spin on a classic story – all set to music written and composed by the rock band The National. The cast and crew dish about the experience.

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[Fresh Bites] ‘KIMI’ and ‘THE CURSED’ are refreshing takes to classic thrillers and werewolf lore

[Fresh Bites] ‘KIMI’ and ‘THE CURSED’ are refreshing takes to classic thrillers and werewolf lore

Directors Steven Soderbergh and Sean Ellis play with formula and tropes with stories that look and sound familiar but play a bit different.

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Acquired taste: ‘A BANQUET’ director feasts on horror’s soundscape, lunch-spewing imagery

Acquired taste: ‘A BANQUET’ director feasts on horror’s soundscape, lunch-spewing imagery

Who wants to notice body sounds more deeply and never look at fruit the same way again? IFC Midnight’s latest nightmarish family psychodrama will do the trick! Feast on our quick thoughts and video interview with Scottish director Ruth Paxton.

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International treasure: ‘UNCHARTED’ discovers harmless joy in film adaptation of popular video game

International treasure: ‘UNCHARTED’ discovers harmless joy in film adaptation of popular video game

Its brains may not be as golden as its heart, but ‘UNCHARTED’ has fun with its globe-trotting adventure.

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[Sundance Review] Post-war drama ‘LIVING’ grips your soul with its inspiring outlook

[Sundance Review] Post-war drama ‘LIVING’ grips your soul with its inspiring outlook

MOFFIE director Oliver Hermanus’ next work premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this week, and it’s equally as powerful and emotionally resonant.

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