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'David Makes Man' Explores the Power of a Teen's Imagination

Watch: Ryan Murphy's First Netflix Show 'The Politician' Gets Trailer

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. |
Based on "Moonlight" writer Tarell Alvin McCraney's upbringing, "David Makes Man" follows teenage David, played by Akili McDowell, who tries to juggle rela...

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 Review :: Ready or Not

Review :: Ready or Not

By Greg Vellante | Aug 20
The definition of a "bloody good time," "Ready or Not" examines how far the rich will go to maintain their wealth... even at the expense of the less fortunate.

25th Bond Movie Gets a Title: 'No Time to Die'

25th Bond Movie Gets a Title: 'No Time to Die'

Aug 20
The 25th James Bond movie has a title: "No Time to Die."

 Review :: Men In Black International

Review :: Men In Black International

By Greg Vellante | Aug 20
Make all the neuralyzer jokes you want. "Men in Black: International" is as forgettable as they come.

 Review :: Dykes, Camera, Action!

Review :: Dykes, Camera, Action!

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 20
A look at the history of lesbian movies, and why it took so long to get them to the audiences they so deserved.

 Review :: Booksmart

Review :: Booksmart

By Robert Nesti | Aug 20
Is "Booksmart" an instant teen classic?

 Review :: The Archivettes

Review :: The Archivettes

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 20
This documentary about The Lesbian Herstory Archives in New York details the archives' founding, its endurance through nearly half a century, and its successful mission to preserve lesbian history from a society determined to erase it.

 Review :: Magnificent Obsession

Review :: Magnificent Obsession

By Sam Cohen | Aug 20
Douglas Sirk's 1954 romantic drama "Magnificent Obsession" is now available on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection. Buy this release if you, like our writer, love old Technicolor love stories.

 Review :: Brightburn

Review :: Brightburn

By Ken Tasho | Aug 20
With an awkward film title and a series of miscast actors, this low-budget movie doesn't burn as bright as it should.

 Review :: Babylon

Review :: Babylon

By Sam Cohen | Aug 20
Franco Rosso's 1980 racial drama "Babylon" is now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber. Pick this Blu-ray up immediately, as it beautifully showcases one of 2019's most stunning rediscoveries.

 Review :: A Dog Barking At The Moon

Review :: A Dog Barking At The Moon

By Eddie Shapiro | Aug 20
A Chinese woman brings her Western husband home to Beijing, where the dynamics between her gay father and angry, bitter mother continue to haunt her as they did in childhood.

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