Oscar-Nominated Documentary about James Baldwin’s Arrives on Home Video

When novelist/social critic James Baldwin passed away in 1987, he left behind an unfinished opus entitled \

Bittersweet Prodigal Daughter Parable Arrives on DVD

It\’s not very clear whether Harry Catto\’s (Joe Blakemore) death was a murder or a suicide. One thing\’s for certain, though. It wasn\’t merely a mishap, because nobody accidentally sticks a gun in his own mouth and pulls the trigger. The cops suspect that he killed himself, but his father (David Troughton) is too much in shock to press them to launch a full investigation.

Oscar-Nominated Civil Rights Docudrama Released on DVD

All of the astronauts picked by NASA to participate in its maiden manned space programs, Mercury and Gemini, were white males. However, behind the scenes, there was a dedicated team of African-American, female mathematicians who played a pivotal role in ensuring that they launched and returned safely, whether from orbiting the Earth or a mission to the moon.

Surreal Fantasy Features Liam Neeson as Voice of Anthropomorphic Tree

Conor O\’Malley (Lewis MacDougall) is understandably miserable. First of all, the 12 year-old divorced mom (Felicity Jones) is terminally ill. Second, they\’re both estranged from his father (Toby Kebbell) who has long since started another family over in America.

Eddie Redmayne Stars as Wizard in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Spinoff

It\’s New York harbor in 1926, which is when we are introduced to Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) as he disembarks a steamship from England that\’s just docked at the pier. The young wizard has to resort to a sleight of hand to slip through customs, since his suitcase is filled to the point of bursting with a unique brand of contraband.

Campy Horror Comedy Comes to Home Video

Elaine Parker (Samantha Robinson) only became a witch after being abandoned by her late husband. An incurable romantic with fairy princess fantasies, the gorgeous widow still harbors hopes of finding Mr. Right.

Natalie Portman Channels Jackie Kennedy in Oscar-Nominated Performance

How did Jackie Kennedy feel in the wake of her husband\’s assassination in Dallas on November 22, 1963? That is the question explored in Jackie, a picture which paints a perceptive portrait of Camelot\’s First Lady by speculating about her mental state during the days immediately following the assassination of JFK (Caspar Phillipson). In that regard, this behind-the-scenes biopic is rather reminiscent of The Queen (2006) which presumed to provide a fly-on-the-wall\’s perspective of the goings-on inside Buckingham Palace after the untimely death of Princess Diana.

Reverential Rockumentary Revisits Career of Late Rock Icon

Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words DVD Review by Kam Williams

Consummate Magicians Reunite for Another Cloak-and-Dagger Adventure

Now You See Me 2 DVD Review by Kam Williams

Saldana Does Simone in Warts-and-All Biopic

Nina DVD Review by Kam Williams