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An impressive cast gives life to a sinister story, as director Lee Daniels ("Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire") brings novelist Pete Dexter's backwoods Florida 1960s crime tale to film. Matthew McConaughey and David Oyewolo play reporters...
Thanks to the vagaries of distribution, Alfred Hitchcock's black-and-white 1934 “The Man Who Knew Too Much” has arrived on an affordable Blu-ray earlier than the director's better-known Technicolor 1956 remake, which is available only as...
Compliance Magnolia, $26.98; Blu-ray, $29.98 Available on VOD beginning Jan. 8 Craig Zobel's film dramatizes that bizarre news story from a few years back about a restaurant manager who forced an employee to strip on the orders of a man...
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As a collaborative endeavor, cinema is especially prone to happy accidents. Rarely has a film demonstrated the possibilities of happenstance as vividly as the Portuguese director Miguel Gomes' "Our Beloved Month of August," new to DVD from Cinema Guild....
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Executives for streaming video services used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to address the problem of too many confusing online movie and TV choices. The services that now dominate Internet video delivery -- Netflix, Amazon and Wal-Mart's...
If you're offended by naughty language, you don't want to watch “Ted.” Seth MacFarlane's first feature is off-color throughout; it also made me laugh as much as any other film this year. MacFarlane (“Family Guy,” “American...
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The hit Mark Wahlberg comedy "Ted" topped the DVD sales chart for the second week in a row, easily besting two new competitors: The science-fiction flop "Total Recall" and comedy "Pitch Perfect." Sony Pictures' "Total Recall," a remake of the 1990...
Christopher Nolan ascended from the low-budget “Memento” (under $10 million) to the mega-budget “Batman Begins” (over $150 million) in a mere five years. But his biggest budget leap was during the two years between “Memento&...
Arguably the best-reviewed James Bond film since "Goldfinger," this smartly staged entry in the spy series - directed by "American Beauty" Oscar winner Sam Mendes, and initially released to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the movie franchise -...
Searching for Sugar Man Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $35.99 Available on VOD beginning Tuesday Detroit-based singer-songwriter Sixto Diaz Rodríguez couldn't get any airplay in the U.S. in the '70s with his soulful, political folk-rock, but his 1970 album,...
The Tim Burton-directed animated feature "Frankenweenie" debuted at the top of the DVD sales charts, while "Looper" remained the most popular rental in the U.S. in the second week of January. The horror movie "House at the End of the Street," meanwhile,...
Celebrated French actor Daniel Auteuil (Jean de Florette,” “Manon of the Spring”) also serves as director and screenwriter in this take on the Marcel Pagnol screen classic, in which Auteuil casts himself as a widower struggling to...
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