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 Review :: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Review :: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

By Greg Vellante | Feb 21
Paul Mazursky's "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" is a seminal film in its satire of the 1960s sexual revolution.

 Review :: The Incident

Review :: The Incident

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
There's no better moment that right now to bring this cult classic back in a sparkling hi-def transfer, and that's what Twilight Time has done. It's a public service.

 Review :: The Florida Project

Review :: The Florida Project

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 21
After the success of "Tangerine," director Sean Baker found delight and drama in another unlikely place: The children of America's chronically homeless families.

 Review :: Silence Of The Lambs

Review :: Silence Of The Lambs

By Greg Vellante | Feb 21
An iconic and masterful film in every way, "The Silence of the Lambs" returns to the Criterion Collection in a stunning new Blu-ray release.

 Review :: Husbands and Wives

Review :: Husbands and Wives

By Greg Vellante | Feb 21
Woody Allen's "Husbands and Wives" is one of the writer/director's best films.

 Review :: Day Of The Dead - Bloodline

Review :: Day Of The Dead - Bloodline

By Ken Tasho | Feb 20
A horror film remake usually, but not always, happens only once. But what if that first "reimagining" failed and another one came along?

 Review :: The Star

Review :: The Star

By Michael Cox | Feb 20
"The Star" makes the greatest story ever told relatable to modern audiences by telling it from an animal's point of view.

 Review :: The Hero

Review :: The Hero

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 20
What starts out as a critique of film and celebrity gracefully becomes a philosophical rumination, in a top-notch Blu-ray edition of Satyajit Ray's much-admired film "The Hero."

 Review :: Dropping The Soap

Review :: Dropping The Soap

By Roger Walker-Dack | Feb 20
A gloriously funny and silly web series that goes behind the series of a failing daytime soap opera, starring the wonderful Jane Lynch who won an Emmy for her performance.

 Review :: Nostalgia

Review :: Nostalgia

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 16
Directed by Mark Pellington with a screenplay by Alex Ross Perry, "Nostalgia" is thoughtful and lyrical, an unrushed poem with a first-rate cast.

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