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Review :: A Taste of Honey

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 23
"A Taste of Honey" achieved instant classic status, and that status has not slipped over the decades. This release is a must-add to serious cinematic libraries.

Review :: On Guard / Five Day Lover

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 23
Though 1961's "Five Day Lover" and 1997's "On Guard" may seem an odd pairing for this double-bill Blu-ray release, the films both highlight Philippe de Broca's genius for folding farce, action, and romance into atmospheric cinema.

Review :: The Man Who Knew Infinity

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 23
Unless you're a completist with a yen for math dramas, this Blu-ray won't exert enough appeal to warrant buying a disc instead of streaming it once.

Review :: The Assistant

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 23
French directing duo Christophe Ali and Nicolas Bonilauri are back with a new movie after an absence of ten years from our screens. For their return they have chosen a wonderfully tense and stylized European thriller.

Review :: Beautiful Something

By Dale Reynolds | Aug 23
Interlocking stories of gay young men and older, white, Latino and black, tops and bottoms, in a fine overview of gay Philadelphia.

Ang Lee's 'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk' to Debut at NYFF

Aug 22
Ang Lee's 3-D, high-frame rate drama "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" will premiere at the New York Film Festival.

Review :: I Am JFK Jr.

By Louise Adams | Aug 22
Steve Burgess and Derik Murray's bittersweet reminiscence of the heir apparent to American royalty using archival footage and interviews, as well as chats with surviving friends.

'Ben-Hur' Crashes, 'Suicide Squad' Stays On Top For 3rd Week

By Jake Coyle | Aug 21
A big-budget remake of 'Ben-Hur' was trampled under a herd of holdovers and new releases at the box office, the latest casualty in a bruising summer for Hollywood.

Natalie Portman Tells 'A Tale Of Love And Darkness' .

By Lindsey Bahr | Aug 21
"It's like, I guess you caught me! I'm a nerd!" Natalie Portman says, laughing.

Youth Film Highlights Homelessness

By Lainey Millen | Aug 21
Sherry Kelley, a film producer from California, had the opportunity to speak to the television and video production class at Methodist University about her documentary project, "A Place Called Home."

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