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Was That Aaron Schock Poolside at LA Gay Hangout with Speedo-clad Young Man on Scruff?

James Gunn Says He's a Better Person After Being Fired

Aaron Schock is back in the news for being photographed at a LA gay hang out with a Speedo-clad companion.

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 Review :: Aladdin

Review :: Aladdin

By Sam Cohen | May 22
Guy Ritchie's "Aladdin" is a very lukewarm take on a very old tale. Don't go in expecting a new experience and you won't be disappointed.

 Review :: Never Look Away

Review :: Never Look Away

By Frank J. Avella | May 22
An epic yet intimate tale about the transcendent nature of art, spanning several decades and delving into the infrequently-probed world of post-WW2 survival for Germany's ordinary citizens.

With Brad and Leo, Tarantino Debuts a Fairy Tale in Cannes

With Brad and Leo, Tarantino Debuts a Fairy Tale in Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 22
Twenty-five years after premiering "Pulp Fiction" in Cannes, Quentin Tarantino returned to the French film festival with neither great vengeance nor furious anger but a gentler fairy tale about 1960s Los Angeles.

Recreating 'Aladdin's' Magic with Will Smith and Fresh Faces

Recreating 'Aladdin's' Magic with Will Smith and Fresh Faces

May 22
Following in the lucrative footsteps of "Beauty and the Beast" and others, Disney is taking another shot at "Aladdin," this time in live-action. The film, from director Guy Ritchie, opens nationwide Friday.

 Review :: Sorry Angel

Review :: Sorry Angel

By Kilian Melloy | May 21
Christophe Honoré ("Man at Bath") writes and directs this stylish film, which has shades of films like "Longtime Companion" and "Buddies," but also marks out its own distinctive territory.

 Review :: Happy Death Day 2U

Review :: Happy Death Day 2U

By Ken Tasho | May 21
I'm happy to announce that this sequel isn't the train wreck I thought it'd be. Rather, the film is a clever and inventive follow-up even if it's completely unnecessary.

 Review :: Earthquake

Review :: Earthquake

By Sam Cohen | May 21
The 1974 disaster film "Earthquake" is now available on Blu-ray with a great release from Shout! Factory. While the story is mostly empty-headed, this film was and still is a technical marvel.

 Review :: Robbery

Review :: Robbery

By Sam Cohen | May 21
Peter Yate's 1967 crime film "Robbery" is now available on Blu-ray from the good folks at Kino Lorber. Pick this Blu-ray up if you're interested in Yates' work, because this is one of his greatest films.

 Review :: Bitter Moon

Review :: Bitter Moon

By Sam Cohen | May 21
Roman Polanski's 1992 drama "Bitter Moon" is now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber, and it deserves your attention.

In Cannes, Terrence Malick Uncovers 'A Hidden Life'

In Cannes, Terrence Malick Uncovers 'A Hidden Life'

By Jake Coyle | May 21
"Where's Terrence Malick?"

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