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Olive Films easily supplants their earlier release of Letter from an Unknown Woman with a vast improvement in video quality and a slew of quality... [Read More]
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This year offered incredible riches in cinema, as well as lowlights that are both obvious and intensely debatable. [Read More]
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This disturbing documentary portrait of power and delusion gets a satisfying Blu-ray upgrade and a few new extras from the Criterion Collection. [Read More]
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The thorniest nostalgia trip in the history of television has been outfitted with a gorgeous and painstaking transfer. [Read More]
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Listen to a playlist of the best singles of the year on YouTube and Spotify. [Read More]
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See below for a list of the films that just missed making it onto our list, followed by our contributors' individual ballots. [Read More]
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Many of these films dramatize a struggle to connect while elaborating on the realms existing within one's mind. [Read More]
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We can stop waiting for powerful voices of resistance to emerge, because they're already telling their stories. ... [Read More]
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The best albums of 2017 were made by artists ready to lay the groundwork for a counter-cultural movement. [Read More]
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The resilience of retroism was, this year, tinged with the irony of watching those not knowing the past being doomed to repeat it. [Read More]
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The season finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm indulges whole-heartedly in fiasco. [Read More]
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With some time and distance, 2017 may end up meaning for video games what 2007 or 1999 meant for film. [Read More]
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Like its predecessor, From A Room: Volume 2 is marked by casual virtuosity. [Read More]
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The Visitor finds Neil Young tilting again at the political windmills of the present day. [Read More]
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Crazy as this may sound, I've been seeing close to 800 films per year since 2000; since 60% of those are oldies, these lists are... [Read More]
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The sharing or withholding of information is about control, a theme that's at the core of the latest episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. [Read More]
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MacLaren elaborates on her decision to rhyme a character's slow walk down a corridor with a scene from the show's first episode. [Read More]
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The 40th-anniversary edition of Rocket to Russia is lovingly, even excessively assembled. [Read More]
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I Knew You When is chugging, straightforward rock that frequently nods to the past that's executed with passion and skill. [Read More]
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If the film proves but one thing to modern audiences, it's that people have been getting drunk and sleeping with strangers the night before their... [Read More]
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