Category: new to home video

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New to Home Video 7/26/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 7/26/22: Sam Raimi‘s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness opens mid-adventure, like an Indiana Jones installment. But, in that moment, it doesn’t really feel like it’s Sam Raimi’s movie yet. Doctor...

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New to Home Video 7/19/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 7/19/22: Ryûsuke Hamagachi’s Drive My Car is three hours long, so it has a lot of time to be about a lot of different things. It also takes its time–the opening titles appear about...

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New to Home Video 7/12/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 7/12/22: Having visited Montana for the first time less than a year ago, I can testify that there really is something to the whole “Big Sky” thing. Of course, I...

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New to Home Video 6/28/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 6/28/22: Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person in the World is arranged into twelve chapters plus a prologue and epilogue, a nod to the fact that its protagonist, Julie (Renate Reinsve), spends most...

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New to Home Video 6/21/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 6/21/22: My parents were pretty strict when it came to R-rated movies so fourteen year old me didn’t get to see Con Air in a theater. I felt the pangs of that...

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New to Home Video 6/14/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 6/14/22: Generally speaking, the problems I’ve had with Michael Bay’s films in the past don’t seem to be the things that most of his detractors point to. In fact, I...

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New to Home Video 6/7/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 6/7/22: In a number of ways, most especially in terms of budget, The Northman is Robert Eggers’ most ambitious film so far. And in the sets, the sprawling locations, the visual effects...