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Four Must-See Movies to Check Out Before Year's End

By Jason St. Amand | Sep 24
These four movies will make a big splash with audiences this year and have a great shot at earning some Hollywood gold at the 89th Academy Awards in February.

Review :: Audrie & Daisy

By Derek Deskins | Sep 23
"Audrie & Daisy" shows rape to be what it truly is: Not a problem for the unlucky few, but one that we as a society must address. It overcomes its filmmaking deficiencies with a drive to start a dialogue and give the voices back to the victims.

Review :: It

By Ken Tasho | Sep 23
Pennywise the Clown is back to haunt the kiddies of Darry, Maine, and not in a movie remake... yet, anyway.

Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth on "The Dressmaker," Getting Bullied

Sep 23
"The Dressmaker" co-stars Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth discuss their new film and how they were picked on as children.

Review :: Storks

By Jake Coyle | Sep 23
The storks, from their remote island enclave, have given up the baby business to embrace the more lucrative line of online sales. Now they deliver things like new cellphones to equally expectant customers in this animated film.

Review :: Beauty and the Beast

By Kevin Taft | Sep 23
Despite less than potent chemistry between the two leads, the 2014 french version of "Beauty and the Beast" is a gorgeous adaptation that is a feast for the eyes, even if the heart doesn't get satiated.

Review :: Queen of Katwe

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 23
This Disney "Queen" has more to offer than a raft of "Princess" movies.

Review :: The Dressmaker

By Greg Vellante | Sep 23
A deliciously wicked and darkly hilarious screwball meets Western meets melodrama, "The Dressmaker" finds the always-excellent Kate Winslet having an absolute blast.

Review :: The Magnificent Seven

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 23
It's refreshing to see that the old patriarchal norms are being reset, but what we have here comes across as The United Colors of the Wild West.

Review :: The Lovers And The Despot

By Louise Adams | Sep 23
An Official Selection at the 2016 Sundance Festival, writers/directors Rob Cannan and Ross Adam's documentary recounts the what-would-be-insanely-improbable-outside-of-North-Korea saga.

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