Legendary Maggie Smith is the ‘The Lady in the Van’ on Blu-ray now from Sony.
A film that deals with a young woman’s struggle to overcome alcoholism, Smashed presents a sensitive account of self awareness, real life issues, and eventual recovery.
Awesome hi-res sound and brilliant stripped-down live performances make this concert video/documentary a Neil Young film you’ll want to pick up.
Damsels in Distress, the long awaited Whit Stillman successor to Metropolitan and The Last Days of Disco, is an amusing take on campus life. If not at the level of inspiration of Stillman’s other efforts, there is a Jane Austen-like approach to the battle of the sexes that will appeal to many viewers.
Where Do We Go Now? from Nadine Labaki tackles important issues of civil war over religion in Lebanon by delicately balancing humor, drama, and music.
This quaint comedy drama may from the outside appear to be about a family who’s lost its beloved dog, but dig deeper and you’ll find a story about aging boomers coping with the changes in their relationship, or lack thereof.
The 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, A Separation offers a heartening look at a family in disarray while providing a glimpse into the everyday life of a culture we rarely have a chance to see so intimately.
Director Joseph Cedar spins a tale of the mundane into the profound with the witty, cutting, and wholly enjoyable family comedy-drama, Footnote.
A brilliant and emotionally powerful film, In Darkness is one of the best films to date to tackle the subject of the holocaust.
David Cronenberg steps out of his typical genres for this skillfully directed and well acted drama about the beginnings of psychoanalysis and the rift between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.