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Friday Feb 16, 2018 10:00 PM ET
Directed by Arthur Hiller, this satirical look at the chaos within a Manhattan teaching hospital won an Oscar for Paddy Chayefsky's biting screenplay.
Wednesday Feb 7, 2018 55:00 AM ET
The 'Bad Moms' gang returns, this time with their own moms in tow, for a rude 'n' crude holiday romp.
Thursday Feb 1, 2018 20:00 PM ET
There's a lot of life, er—make that death—left in the ol' 'Saw' franchise after all. This one provides more slice'n'dice gore.
Thursday Feb 1, 2018 40:00 PM ET
Just as boring as the 1982 original, but nearly an hour longer. Harrison Ford returns in a supporting role.
Friday Jan 26, 2018 05:00 PM ET
Scary and funny, the 2017 'It' does Stephen King proud. A cast of mostly young newcomers delivers rich performances.
Friday Jan 26, 2018 40:00 PM ET
The excellent cast, led by Ewan McGregor in a dual role as two brothers with a highly troubled relationship, makes 'Fargo' well worth watching.
Friday Jan 26, 2018 00:00 PM ET
Mockumentary-style comedy written and directed by 'SNL' funnyman Taran Killam. The titular character is played by a certain '80s action icon.
Sunday Jan 21, 2018 30:00 PM ET
While 'The LEGO Movie' and 'The LEGO Batman Movie' were decidedly overrated animated excursions, they were a darn sight more entertaining than the ultimately garish 'Ninjago' misstep.
Sunday Jan 21, 2018 55:00 PM ET
Searing docudrama about the deadly 1967 Detroit riots. You probably missed it when it was in theaters—catch up with it now on home video.
Sunday Jan 21, 2018 25:00 PM ET
A big summer hit with technical brilliance to spare, it's director Christopher Nolan's brand-name value that put people in the seats.
Friday Jan 5, 2018 10:00 AM ET
Understated biopic of a survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, directed by David Gordon Green and starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Monday Dec 11, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Dull rom-com holds little of interest for anyone outside of star Reese Witherspoon's core fan base.
Friday Dec 8, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Twilight Time keeps rolling out the early Woody Allen classics on Blu-ray!
Friday Dec 1, 2017 10:00 PM ET
Often breathtaking four-part, four-hour (plus) documentary tracing the careers of superstar music producers Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Includes exclusive new interviews with many megastars including Bruce Springsteen, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Tom Petty, Gwen Stefani, Eminem, and many more.
Monday Nov 27, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Druggy, hallucinatory tale of pot and euthanasia that doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Kirsten Dunst struggles to figure out how to play what is essentially a non-character.
Monday Nov 20, 2017 25:00 AM ET
Though he's featured prominently on the box cover, James Franco is not in this Lifetime movie very much. He plays a concerned dad whose teen daughter is dating a 30-year-old actor.
Monday Nov 20, 2017 30:00 AM ET
Writer-director Janicza Bravo has crafted a funny and thoroughly strange gem. The ensemble cast, led by Brett Gelman, includes Michael Cera, Nia Long, Judy Greer, Rhea Perlman, David Paymer, and Megan Mullally.
Friday Nov 17, 2017 05:00 AM ET
A stark portrait of isolation, regret, and murder. Excellent work by a cast including Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Graham Greene, and Gil Birmingham.
Wednesday Nov 15, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Smashing action thriller that flew under the box office radar last summer. Charlize Theron as MI6 superspy Lorraine Broughton is impeccably cool and tough.
Monday Nov 13, 2017 45:00 AM ET
Extremely entertaining crowd pleaser combines elements of '8 Mile,' 'Hustle & Flow' and writer-director Geremy Jasper's own comedic sensibilities.
Thursday Nov 9, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Save for a very special performance by young actress Ella Anderson, this "coming of age" tripe is almost unbearably sentimental and also offensive in its glorification of abusive parents.
Wednesday Nov 1, 2017 50:00 AM ET
Halle Berry stars as a woman frantically trying to track down her abducted son. And unlike Liam Neeson's Bryan Mills, she has no set of particular skills with which to do so.
Friday Oct 27, 2017 30:00 PM ET
The digital animation of the apes army is truly jaw-dropping, but this new 'Apes' series can't carry the original film series' spit bucket. Too simple.
Wednesday Oct 25, 2017 05:00 AM ET
A very dark look at the corrupting properties of unchecked power, all unfolding in a English countryside estate run by a very repressed young woman.
Tuesday Oct 17, 2017 40:00 AM ET
The complete, 24-song 'Tommy' performed live by the 2017 incarnation of The Who. None of the vintage-era performances included each and every tune.
Tuesday Oct 17, 2017 50:00 AM ET
With more than 50 years of rockin' experience under his belt, the guitar virtuoso leads his own band and a gaggle of guest stars through a spectacular show.
Monday Oct 16, 2017 25:00 AM ET
NBC's on-going adaptation of the younger years of Bryan Mills, the character with the "very particular set of skills" originally made famous by Liam Neeson.
Monday Oct 16, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Surprise of surprises, the Lifetime Network has produced a music-themed biopic that is worth watching. 'Searching' focuses on just a brief sliver of Michael Jackson's life and his relationship with his security team during his final years.
Thursday Oct 12, 2017 40:00 AM ET
A knockout performance by Robert De Niro as Bernie Madoff makes this Barry Levinson-directed, Emmy-nominated film worthwhile viewing.
Tuesday Oct 10, 2017 50:00 AM ET
Joey King stars in this variation on the ol' 'be careful what you wish for' admonition.
Monday Oct 9, 2017 25:00 AM ET
You probably missed it while it played to empty houses during summer of 2017, so now's the time to get acquainted with this homemade casino comedy starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler.
Monday Oct 9, 2017 20:00 AM ET
Kenneth Womack re-tells the Beatles early-to-mid period story with a focus on the man behind the board, groundbreaking producer George Martin. Never previously the focus of such a work, Womack also fills in many details of Martin's formative years.
Wednesday Oct 4, 2017 30:00 AM ET
Talented filmmaker David Lowery is an emperor with no clothes this time around—unless static shots of cast members eating pie is your idea of high art.
Thursday Sep 28, 2017 50:00 AM ET
Twilight Time brings another oft-overlooked Woody Allen film into the high definition era with this 1987 drama.
Thursday Sep 28, 2017 20:00 AM ET
The penultimate season is one of the best in 'Veep's run, perfectly setting up what will be its last hurrah in 2018.
Wednesday Sep 27, 2017 20:00 AM ET
One of the funniest show's on TV rolls along with another wild set of ten episodes following the techie staff of Pied Piper.
Wednesday Sep 20, 2017 30:00 AM ET
Mild-mannered romantic comedy masquerades as "disease of the week" movie. It's based on the true-life story of star Kumail Nanjiani, who co-wrote with his wife Emily V. Gordon.
Tuesday Sep 19, 2017 05:00 AM ET
Not nearly all it's cracked up to be, director Patty Jenkins does little to distinguish this 'Wonder' from the more testosterone-driven comic book offerings out there.
Monday Sep 18, 2017 35:00 AM ET
The Blu-ray documents the audio/visual extravagance of the 'Rebel Heart' tour, while a bonus audio CD offers highlights from a more extensive two-disc live album (available separately).
Tuesday Sep 12, 2017 45:00 AM ET
This is a story that deserves even wider attention than the movie (starring Oprah Winfrey and Rose Byrne) can give it. Based on the bestseller of the same name by Rebecca Skloot.
Tuesday Sep 12, 2017 50:00 AM ET
Universal's 'Dark Universe' is expected to link all its classic Monsters in one shared cinematic universe. But it stumbles out of the gate with this Tom Cruise-starring reboot.
Tuesday Sep 12, 2017 05:00 AM ET
Marking its 35 birthday, the Steven Spielberg classic looks and sounds phenomenal in this new reissue. And fear not—this edition presents the unaltered original film (not the CG'ed, walkie-talkie "special" version previously seen on DVD).
Friday Sep 8, 2017 30:00 PM ET
Great start for this political thriller starring Kiefer Sutherland as a low-level cabinet member who suddenly finds himself President of the United States after a national tragedy—stick with it through the first half, as the season really ramps up thereafter!
Thursday Sep 7, 2017 45:00 AM ET
Despite the sometimes-cheesy narration by 'The Office' star John Krasinski, this Disneynature-produced documentary (a U.S. theatrical release in spring 2017) is often awe-inspiring.
Wednesday Sep 6, 2017 20:00 AM ET
It's a romance starring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem, directed by Sean Penn. Promising, right? Say this for it—it sure does look visually beautiful.
Friday Sep 1, 2017 35:00 AM ET
One of Disney's greatest animated classics returns to the Blu-ray format as part of the Signature Collection, with a smattering of brand new bonus features to go with it.
Thursday Aug 31, 2017 50:00 PM ET
The third season of the popular 'Star Wars' animated series continues to add new-but-familiar elements, including the formerly literary character Grand Admiral Thrawn and Forest Whitaker voicing his 'Rogue One' character, Saw Gerrera.
Monday Aug 28, 2017 35:00 AM ET
Juvenile, lowbrow comedy provides few laughs—Ken Jeong is a businessman deeply indebted to the mob who sets out to off David Hasselhoff (co-starring as himself) in order to win a celebrity death pool.
Tuesday Aug 22, 2017 20:00 AM ET
New to Blu-ray: 'Kid Galahad' starring Elvis Presley, 'The Long, Hot Summer' starring Paul Newman, 'Suddenly, Last Summer' starring Elizabeth Taylor, and 'The Emperor in August' starring Kôji Yakusho.
Tuesday Aug 22, 2017 05:00 AM ET
The 1997 crime comedy boasts a confidently funny Joe Pesci performance and an early supporting turn by David Spade. It debuts on Blu-ray in a limited edition.
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