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The Mexican holiday comes to life in this inventive animated film from writer-director Jorge R. Guiterrez
"FURY" DELIVERS GRITTY COMBAT WISDOM Wednesday, October 22
Brad Pitt stars in this worthy, thought-provoking WWII cinematic offering
The classic is getting a new release on Blu-ray/DVD
Steve Carrell and Jennifer Garner star in this entertaining (for your kids) comedy
THE JUDGE AND THE JURY Wednesday, October 15
Robert Downey Jr.’s latest is meandering and self-important, but watchable
COLOR OF REVENGE Wednesday, October 8
The indie movie "Blue Ruin" is creative suspense thriller
COLOR CLASH Wednesday, October 8
The charm of this latest kid flick quickly fades
MISSING PERSONS Wednesday, October 8
David Fincher's latest mystery loses its way
FAITH IN FILM Wednesday, October 1
The enormous number of new DVD releases every week is mind-numbing, particularly since so many of them are the direct-to-video type, like A Dangerous Man (the latest drivel from Steven Seagal). Usually I’m not in the least tempted by a title I've never heard of, but last week I made an exception, solely because I recognized the name of the director. The movie is The Sacrament (2013). The writer-director is Ti West, probably not familiar to many moviegoers, but a man whose prior films were original enough to further pique my interest.
Liam Neeson's latest trips and falls into mediocrity
 
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