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MOVIESThe Vast of Night
The proverbial needle of its excitement amplification lands on a very nifty word: TINGLES.
‐ Don Shanahan, Every Movie Has a LessonThe High Note
The Flat Note
‐ Jeff Mitchell, Art House Film WireThe High Note
Like Ganatra's "Late Night," the visually-sharp film assumes merely having women in leading roles is a sufficient substitute for a script that has them do much of note.
‐ Edwin Arnaudin, Asheville Movies
AT HOMESpring Night, Summer Night
Flicker Alley's disc offers everything one could want out of a home video release: indispensable curation, sterling presentation, and a wealth of supplements to expand our understanding of an overlooked piece of cinematic art.Jaws
Steven Spielberg's iconic Jaws returns to home video just shy of its 45th anniversary, this time to take a bite out of the 4K market.The Photograph
THE PHOTOGRAPH's dulcet images may prove to be too muted for some, but for those searching for a raw sensitivity and unapologetic sexuality will be heavily rewarded.