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MOVIES

Kajillionaire

...a destabilizing look at family as a big con.

Josh Larsen, LarsenOnFilm

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

"The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" is deliciously misanthropic, despite the Coen Brothers' protesting otherwise.

Matthew Rozsa, matthewrozsa.com

Man, Woman and Sin

Man, Woman And Sin is a thoughtful, intelligent story of youthful disillusionment told entirely in terms of pictures by a director of imagination and skill.

Wilella Waldorf, New York Post

AT HOME

Roman Holiday

William Wyler's Roman Holiday lands on Blu-ray for the first time, and this is sure to be the definitive transfer of the film for years to come.

Derek Smith, Slant Magazine

Vitalina Varela

Vitalina Varela is the latest stage in a filmography that continues to evolve in moral terms as much as aesthetic ones, and Grasshopper's Blu-ray faithfully preserves its haunting beauty.

Jake Cole, Slant Magazine

Soleil O

A revelation.

Michael J. Casey, Boulder Weekly