Tactless and stale, A Walk in the Woods fails to capture the roaming ardor of Bill Bryson’s acclaimed memoir.
Get ready for Halloween with Caillou with a brand new DVD from PBS Distribution.
Discovering who you are can take a lifetime for some and it did for Nolan Mack, the last character the late Robin Williams played in a movie.
Fans of fiction are often so dedicated to the material they love that they see parallels in real life everywhere.
An often monotonously beat-for-beat coming-into-adulthood character study occasionally bolstered well by its innovative direction and the authentic sincerity from its young cast, particularly from lea
7 Minutes is the kind of movie old theaters would plug in as a B-movie flick to keep audiences entertained after or before a main event.
The Diary of a Teenage Girl wants you to be uncomfortable.
American Ultra is, to pardon the unintentional pun, a half-baked stoner-action comedy.
Mill Creek Entertainment has released a series of movie collections this summer, packed with little-seen Columbia Pictures releases licensed from Sony.
As emotionally gratifying as it is intellectually stimulating, James Ponsoldt’s The End of the Tour is both a wonderfully compelling character analysis on David Foster Wallace, the brilliant au
When top ten most anticipated summer film lists were compiled F. Gary Gray's Straight Outta Compton was hardly on the radar.
Straight Outta Compton, with a thundering pulse and an appetite for destruction that’s also famished for construction and re-construction, is far more satisfying and substantial than your avera

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