It’s been almost 31 years since the release of Do the Right Thing in July 1989 but the Spike Lee film is still relevant in the summer of 2020. Watching the film for the first time amid a civil unrest really displays how relevant the film still is. It’s truly an injustice that the same thing happening in a 1989 film is still happening today. How can we as a culture allow this to happen? …"Do the Right Thing Is Still Relevant in 2020"
Jaws, the Steven Spielberg film that would forever change the summer blockbuster season, is now available for fans to watch in 4K Ultra HD. The film’s 45th anniversary is cause for upgrading the film to 4K Ultra HD. There’s over three hours of bonus content, which are held over from previous releases. Meanwhile, the limited edition includes a 44-page booklet with introductions, rare photos, storyboards, and more. With one of the most iconic scores in…"Jaws Now Available in 4K Ultra HD"
Netflix vs. the World takes a look at the company’s history and how Blockbuster almost won the battle before Netflix ever had time to make their rise. Long before Netflix became one of the leading streaming providers, they mailed DVDs to your home. All the while, you could also rent movies from Blockbuster or Hollywood Video. The 2000s proved to be a time for transition in the home video industry. Why go to Blockbuster when…"Netflix vs. the World: Doc Explores History"
Dogtooth (Kynodantas), the breakthrough film from filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, is available for viewers to watch on Blu-ray. Before Lanthimos wrote and directed films in the English language, the filmmaker was making films in his native Greek tongue. Dogtooth premiered to critical acclaim during the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. Winning the Prix Un Certain Regard, the breakthrough film would also earn an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. It’s a dark comedy that focuses on…"Dogtooth: Yorgos Lanthimos’ Breakthrough Film"
Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War tells the stories of five film directors who enlisted to serve in the military during World War 2. John Ford, George Stevens, John Huston, William Wyler, and Frank Capra may be known best for their Oscar-winning films. What you might not know about the five directors are that they did their part during WW2. Thanks to Mark Harris’ brilliant book, we get insight…"Five Came Back by Mark Harris"
Bad Moms: The Novel, written by Nora McInerny, expands on the hit film in that the book offers more chaos, rebellion, and fun. It’s hard to read this book without hearing the voices of Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, and Kristen Bell. McInerny expands on the film’s screenplay, written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, by taking us into the characters’ headspace. Unlike the film, we get to read what Amy Mitchell, Carla Dunker, and Kiki…"Bad Moms: The Novel by Nora McInerny"