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'It' Stomps 'mother' with $60M in its Second Week

'It' Stomps 'mother' with $60M in its Second Week

By Jake Coyle | Sep 17
The Stephen King adaption "It" continues to scare up record ticket sales, taking in an estimated $60 million in its second week.

 Review :: Phantasm - 5 Movie DVD Collection

Review :: Phantasm - 5 Movie DVD Collection

By Ken Tasho | Sep 15
This DVD set is perfect for those looking for a cheaper viewing option vs. the Blu-ray package released back in April.

Lesbian Filmmaker/Entrepreneur Readies Final 2 Episodes of Riley Parra Web Series

Lesbian Filmmaker/Entrepreneur Readies Final 2 Episodes of Riley Parra Web Series

Sep 15
Christin Baker, owner of tello Films, will release the final two episodes of her hit web-series "Riley Parra" on Sunday, September 17 and the finale on September 24.

 Review :: Like Crazy

Review :: Like Crazy

By Michael Cox | Sep 15
Director Paolo Virzi uses a naturalistic style to focus on the acting in this strong female-centered narrative, a film that explores the treatment of mental health by bouncing across the fine lines we use to distinguish many borders.

 Review :: Rough Night

Review :: Rough Night

By Derek Deskins | Sep 15
Despite a fantastic cast, "Rough Night" never quite finds its groove and ultimately isn't able to deliver on its potential.

 Review :: American Assassin

Review :: American Assassin

By Charles Nash | Sep 15
Dylan O'Brien stars in Michael Cuesta's sadistically violent knockoff of various spy thrillers.

 Review :: Citizen Jane: Battle For The City

Review :: Citizen Jane: Battle For The City

By Chris Delatorre | Sep 15
Matt Tyrnauer's retelling of America's most contentious dispute in urban planning offers a timely lesson on how people and cities work. Having a plan for a city isn't enough, especially when it fails the people who live there.

 Review :: Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

Review :: Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 15
An affectionate tribute to the legendary shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, whose exquisite footwear were adored by "Sex & The City"'s Carrie Bradshaw.

'A Fantastic Woman' Could Lead to Trans History at Oscars

'A Fantastic Woman' Could Lead to Trans History at Oscars

By Jake Coyle | Sep 14
A transgender Chilean actress has turned in one of the most buzzed-about performances of the year and some are hoping she could be the first trans actor to land an Oscar nomination.

 Review :: mother!

Review :: mother!

By Robert Nesti | Sep 14
After seeing "mother!," is there any way I can get those two hours back?

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