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Operation Petticoat [Olive Signature] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

This lighthearted, often charming, Blake Edwards-directed comedy gets a satisfying Olive Signature Blu-ray release.

The Wedding Banquet (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

A delightful 1990s romantic comedy from Ang lee about a gay man using a straight marriage as a cover to hide his sexuality from his conservative parents.

Police (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

An inconsistent crime drama/romance from Maurice Pialat hindered by misogyny, but bolstered by strong performances and its gritty atmosphere.

Macbeth [Olive Signature] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Orson Welles' dark and eerie 'Macbeth' has both long and short versions arrive on Blu-ray from Olive Signature

Johnny Guitar [Olive Signature] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Nicholas Ray's unusual and colorful 'feminist' western with the powerful Joan Crawford arrives in a new 4K restoration from Olive Signature

High Noon [Olive Signature] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Olive Signature launches with Gary Cooper as the steely-nerved marshal Kane abandoned with his principals in this gripping classic western.

Moonlight and Valentino (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

'90s ensemble comedy/drama Moonlight and Valentino is out on Blu-ray from Olive Films.

Pressure Point (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Sidney Poitier and Bobby Darin square off in psychological drama Pressure Point on Blu-ray from Olive Films.

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