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Tuesday Releases: Oppenheimer, Expend4bles, & Saw X

BEST BUY EXCLUSIVE 4K STEELBOOK: $38.99walmart exclusive 4k icon edition: $34.964K ULTRA HD + BLU-RAY + DIGITAL: $29.96INTERNATIONAL BLU-RAY STEELBOOK: $27.99BLU-RAY + DIGITAL: $24.96DVD: $19.96 OPPENHEIMER Universal Studios | 2023 | 180 min | Rated RDirected by Christopher Nolan Experience the breathtaking global phenomenon that has captivated audiences around the world. Written for the screen and directed by Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer thrusts audiences into … Read More Tuesday Releases: Oppenheimer, Expend4bles, & Saw X


Criterion: November 2023 Titles Announced

Jackie Chan: Emergence of a Superstar Hong Kong1978-1985ColorSPINE #1197 Half a Loaf of Kung Fu197896 minutes2.35:1CantoneseDirected by Chan Chi-hwa Spiritual Kung Fu197898 minutes2.39:1MandarinDirected by Lo Wei The Fearless Hyena197997 minutes2.39:1CantoneseDirected by Jackie Chan Fearless Hyena II198391 minutes2.39:1CantoneseDirected by Chan Chuen The Young Master1980105 minutes2.39:1CantoneseDirected by Jackie Chan My Lucky Stars198596 minutes1.78:1CantoneseDirected by Sammo Hung Blu-ray NOVEMBER 7, 2023 Originally tapped as a potential successor … Read More Criterion: November 2023 Titles Announced

Stream Guide: Atomic Blonde & The Little Hours (March 30th, 2018)

ATOMIC BLONDE on HBO GO With the “Me Too” and “Time’s Up” movements landing last year, if any film truly showed the kick ass power of females, it was the Charlize Theron led “Atomic Blonde.” Based on the graphic novel “The Coldest City,” Theron plays a spy sent to Berlin during the Cold War to recover a list of double agents after a fellow … Read More Stream Guide: Atomic Blonde & The Little Hours (March 30th, 2018)

Movie Review: Mean Streets (1973)

Martin Scorsese delivers his first major feature length film in the gritty and future-making Mean Streets. In his first collaboration with Robert De Niro, Scorsese sets into the motion the wheels of success for everyone involved, including fellow friend and (at the time) aspiring actor Harvey Keitel. With intense imaginary and breakthrough performances from De Niro and Keitel, the film speaks a language that has transcended into all that Scorsese is known for.