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I often say that the single most popular theme in movies is two characters who don’t like each other at first but develop a grudging respect and often a deep affection. Sometimes it’s even a romance, as in “Pride and […]

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You can win a “Now You See Me 2” prize package that can only be described as magical! Blu-Ray DVD copy of the original Now You See Me, plus a t-shirt, deck of cards, hat, a pass for two to […]

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Join me May 22, 2016 4:00 at DC’s Hill Center for the original “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” It’s free! It’s been called the most frightening film ever made. That’s because there is no razor-toothed monster, giant bug-eyed alien or […]

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Ira Sachs is one of my favorite filmmakers, and I can’t wait to see his new movie, “Little Men.”

Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo star in “Queen of Katwe,” a Disney film based on the true story of a poor girl from Uganda who became a chess champion. It will be in theaters this fall.

Like the wildly addictive Finnish app/game/toys that inspired it, the Angry Birds movie is colorful, with some silly humor and imaginative settings. And like the many, many attempts to make games into movies that have gone before it, this one […]

Shane Black at his best lives in the sweet spot he pretty much mapped out himself in his 20’s when he wrote the screenplay for “Lethal Weapon.” He figured out that hard-boiled action could be both exciting and funny. His […]

We are honored to present an exclusive clip from the new documentary “Almost Holy.” Gennadiy Mokhnenko calls himself “Pastor Crocodile.” He’s known throughout Ukraine for his years working to rehabilitate drug-addicted kids. But he’s also a vigilante who uses any […]

We are delighted to be able to share an exclusive clip from “The Finest Hours,” the stirring story of a real-life Coast Guard rescue. And we’re even more delighted to have DVDs to give away! Send me an email at […]

Whit Stillman is known for his elegant, shrewd, and witty drawing-room comedies about the upper classes, which makes him a natural for adapting Jane Austen. His new film is called “Love & Friendship,” the title of an early Jane Austen […]

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