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Review: New on DVD for February 21 Special

This week’s releases include a more faithful rendition of a classic fairy tale; an once-in-a-lifetime display of bravery; an unsettling murder-mystery with broader consequences; and a biker gang that discovers the rather simple secret to eternal life.

Review: The enemy is inside ‘The Great Wall’ Special

‘The Great Wall’ is a Chinese-American co-production that fails to successfully combine the two distinct storytelling styles.

Review: ‘A Cure for Wellness’ has gothic style that’s stretched for hours Special

‘A Cure for Wellness’ is a contemporary gothic mystery that confines its characters to a remote location, where help is both offered and unobtainable.

Review: Women and veterans are hot topics in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include true depictions of the consequences of war; female empowerment done the right way and wrong way; a technological revolution; and a realistic depiction of an alien encounter.

Review: ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ goes bigger and gets better Special

‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ marks the reluctant return of an unstoppable killer who discovers his retirement from being a badass no longer has everyone’s support.

Review: ‘Paterson’ is a subtle meditation on life’s brilliance Special

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Paterson’ is a restrained reflection on life via a poet who finds inspiration in even the most rigid routine.

Review: Love & family are interpreted differently in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an intense romance; families struggling with the day-to-day; the start of a prolific career; a great film made even better by 4K; and a few great series in their entireties.

Review: ‘The Salesman’ discovers justice can have its own consequences Special

‘The Salesman’ is Iran’s 2017 Oscar-nominated foreign language film about a couple that faces the ultimate test of loyalty and forgiveness after an unprovoked assault.

Review: ‘The Space Between Us’ fills with love, laughter & predictability Special

‘The Space Between Us’ depicts a sweet, young romance between the only human Martian and an Earthling whose first meeting takes them on a formulaic adventure.

Review: Limits are meant to be tested in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include several cult classics; an inspiring story of rising above expectations; the second chapter of taking care of business off the field; and an animated movie that strived to achieve more than the one before it.

Review: ‘Gold’ is filled with riches and rocks Special

‘Gold’ doesn’t require much mining to discover excellent performances from Matthew McConaughey and Edgar Ramirez, portraying two equal but different business partners finally striking it rich.

Review: ‘The Red Turtle’ accomplishes so much with such a simple approach Special

Oscar-nominated ‘The Red Turtle’ tells the enchanting story of an improbable, loving family and earns Studio Ghibli its sixth nod for best animated feature.

Review: This week’s releases throw expectations out the window Special

This week’s releases include very different takes on the Western; a romance that hits profoundly hard times; a below-the-radar animated feature; an attractive new release of a horror staple; and an even greater package for an artist’s triumph.

Review: ‘Split’ is an invigorating thriller that restores Shyamalan’s rep Special

‘Split’ is M. Night Shyamalan’s latest picture, which returns to his low-budget roots and is even more enhanced by the completely unexpected twist at the end.

Review: Horror comes in many flavours in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a chance to revisit a hero’s adventures; the crazy adventures of two funny women; a thoughtful exploration of beliefs; a well-crafted mystery thriller; and one of the best horror movies of last year.

Review: ‘Live by Night’ could have benefitted from greater focus Special

‘Live by Night’ is a personal drama masquerading as a gangster movie in which its protagonist’s journey of discovery is thoroughly depicted in an attractive manner.

Review: The unusual and the acclaimed cross paths in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include some very strange and fantastic adventures; an Oscar nominee; an understated action film; and a series of lessons wrapped in cuteness.

Review: New on DVD for December 27 Special

This week’s releases include an updated version of a cult classic; the latest chapter in a man’s complex attempt at normalcy; the union of two great actors; and an unexpected romance.

Review: ‘Hidden Figures’ is a testament of our ability to create change Special

‘Hidden Figures’ is packed with inspiration as its poignant actors recount the ability for determination to overcome even the most stringent adversities.

Review: This week’s releases are all about the ties that bind Special

This week’s releases include families pulling together to get through tough times; an effectively updated Western; the whole story regarding a nationwide news item; and a slightly confused animated feature.

Review: ‘Rogue One’ adds to the franchise as a standalone powerhouse Special

‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ is an exceptional addition to the canon as it boasts an incredible cast, an even better story and widespread dedication to get it right while also distinguishing the film from all those that came before it.

Review: ‘Miss Sloane’ is unapologetic about her methods or gender Special

‘Miss Sloane’ is a forceful film about a notorious lobbyist who decides to use all her underhanded tactics to petition for gun control.

Review: This week delivers on odd mix of horror and family-friendly fun Special

This week’s releases include some wonderful stories of magic fantasy; performances that will knock your socks off; the final chapter in a messy corporate adventure; and an eye-catching new package for a fan favourite.

Review: ‘Manchester by the Sea’ delivers greatness via its performances Special

‘Manchester by the Sea’ is a genuinely compelling drama, featuring impeccable performances from the exceptionally strong cast with Casey Affleck leading the way.

Review: New on DVD for November 22 Special

This week’s releases include the trials of living in modern society; a loophole the made a couple of schmucks millions; the tales of legends; and one of the year’s most accomplished animated pictures.

Review: ‘London Road’ is paved with innovation and a few potholes Special

‘London Road’ is the inventive and lyrical telling of a true story that shook a rural community when they discovered a serial killer lived amongst them.

Review: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ keeps the magic alive Special

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ is the first laudable film in a series of prequels returning to the world of Harry Potter long before the boy and his friends were even born.

Review: New on DVD for November 15 Special

This week’s releases include a couple of mesmerizing stage productions on film; collectible editions of must-watch TV shows; the by-product of a crazy union; and an animated sequel that finds a new way down the same path.

Review: New on DVD for November 8 Special

This week’s releases include some very different martial arts films; a drama that never stops surprising; the anniversary edition of a classic; and one of the best cartoons not made for children.

Review: ‘Arrival’ is the sincerest type of science fiction Special

‘Arrival’ is a riveting science fiction narrative that convincingly narrates what an alien encounter could look like, depicting both the international and local challenges such an event would present, while remaining optimistic in its approach.
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