The charm of Camp’s smile wears off rather quickly in this story that would’ve been better suited for a podcast.
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The Criterion Collection presents this newly-restored documentary from the Maysles Brothers which explores the lives of four Bible salesmen on the road.
We never wanted to grow up until we were convinced it was better to do so, to then later wish we could go back and be a kid again.
We celebrate International Women’s Day by reviewing some of the best female led films of all time.
Warner Archive provides a collection of 19 classic animated shorts on Blu-Ray from the legendary Tex Avery featuring Droopy Dog, Screwy Squirrel and more.
It has been three years since Logan came out in theaters and three years since we said goodbye to Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising is doing great things right now, with an 89% critic rating and a 99% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
We review Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man. When Cecilia’s abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax.
Have you ever watched a movie that had a character that represented so much negativity that all you wanted was to see him fail?
Trey Edward Shults’ crafts an epic family drama that is intricately structured and supported by a standout cast resulting in one of the best films of 2019.