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Check Out Mr.Man.com's Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2020

Check Out Mr.Man.com's Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2020

Jan 9, 2021

Mr. Man reveals its Top Ten best male cinematic nude scenes of 2020.

Catch the Story of How Radio City Music Hall Was Saved

Catch the Story of How Radio City Music Hall Was Saved

Jan 9, 2021

Rosemary Novellino-Mearns, (Radio City Music Hall Ballet Company and Dance Captain) & author of "Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer's True Story," & Bill Mearns, former RCMH singer, tell the story of saving the legendary theater.

Jim Parsons: All Roles Should Be Available to All Actors

Jim Parsons: All Roles Should Be Available to All Actors

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 8, 2021

Jim Parsons believes that all roles should be available to all actors equally.

Review: Warped 'I Blame Society' a Dark, Original Comedy

Review: Warped 'I Blame Society' a Dark, Original Comedy

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 8, 2021

"I Blame Society" is a startling and original film. Writer-director-star Gillian Wallance Horvat explores the dark comedy genre on her own terms and has the courage to keep upping the ante — right until the very end.

Review: 'Herself,' a Spirited Drama of Abuse and Resilience

Review: 'Herself,' a Spirited Drama of Abuse and Resilience

By Jake Coyle | Jan 8, 2021

Phyllida Lloyd's Irish drama of spousal abuse set against Dublin's housing crisis, has some narrative weak spots, but its foundation of resilience and heart is strong.

Review: Vanessa Kirby is Raw, Dynamic in 'Pieces of a Woman'

Review: Vanessa Kirby is Raw, Dynamic in 'Pieces of a Woman'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 7, 2021

There is a brutal and harrowing start to this film, which is committed to telling the ugly truth about a loss so devastating that it's almost taboo. And that's just one of many deeply unpleasant occurrences to come.

Review: 'Total Recall' on 4K Ultra Might be Smaller Than You Remember

Review: 'Total Recall' on 4K Ultra Might be Smaller Than You Remember

By JC Alvarez | Jan 5, 2021

Experience "Total Recall" like never before, as the revolutionary sci-fi epic, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone, gets a 4K Ultra HD make-over for its 30th Anniversary release.

Review: 'Three Films By Luis Buñuel' Packed with Extras, Looks Terrific on Criterion Blu-ray

Review: 'Three Films By Luis Buñuel' Packed with Extras, Looks Terrific on Criterion Blu-ray

By Sam Cohen | Jan 5, 2021

The Criterion Collection presents "Three Films by Luis Buñuel" on Blu-ray for the first time in the U.S., accompanied by a bevy of special features and new high-definition digital transfers that are more than pleasing.

Review: Entertaining 'Love And Monsters' a Big-Budget Monster Mash-Up Comedy

Review: Entertaining 'Love And Monsters' a Big-Budget Monster Mash-Up Comedy

By Kevin Taft | Jan 5, 2021

Dylan O'Brien proves once again that he is the new Tom Hanks in a magnetically charming performance as a guy fighting monsters to get to the girl he loves.

Calamity? Anomaly? 2020 was a Box Office Year Like No Other

Calamity? Anomaly? 2020 was a Box Office Year Like No Other

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 4, 2021

When the sun sets on the 2020 film box office, it'll be difficult to look at the numbers as anything but disastrous.

'Wonder Woman 1984' Adds $5.5 Million in 2nd U.S. Weekend

'Wonder Woman 1984' Adds $5.5 Million in 2nd U.S. Weekend

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 3, 2021

In its second weekend in U.S. theaters, "Wonder Woman 1984" earned an estimated $5.5 million in ticket sales according to studio estimates Sunday.

'Crossing Delancey' Director Joan Micklin Silver Dies at 85

'Crossing Delancey' Director Joan Micklin Silver Dies at 85

By Andrew Dalton | Jan 3, 2021

Joan Micklin Silver, who forged a path for female directors and independent filmmakers with movies including "Hester Street" and "Crossing Delancey," has died. She was 85.

Chinese Filmmaker Braves Censorship with True Story of Gay Adoption

Chinese Filmmaker Braves Censorship with True Story of Gay Adoption

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 3, 2021

Ran Yinxiao is only 19 and still a student, but his movie about two gay men adopting a child is breaking new ground in LGBTQ-phobic China.

Glenda Jackson Returns to Screen with 'Elizabeth Is Missing'

Glenda Jackson Returns to Screen with 'Elizabeth Is Missing'

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 1, 2021

Only one project lured two-time Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson back to the screen after an absence of 25 years: "Elizabeth Is Missing."

Best Movies of 2020, Part 1

Best Movies of 2020, Part 1

By Brian Bromberger | Jan 1, 2021

LGBT themes in feature and documentary films expanded cinematic depictions this year. Here are half of our baker's dozen favorites.

Review: 'Shadow In The Cloud' is a Fun, Nostalgic Ride

Review: 'Shadow In The Cloud' is a Fun, Nostalgic Ride

By Kevin Taft | Jan 1, 2021

A nod to the B-movies of the '50s and the Joe Dante-esque films of the '80s, this film is an unusual hybrid that doesn't always work, but is highly entertaining all the same.

Review: Political Turmoil in 'Once Upon a Time in Venezuela' Might Feel Familiar

Review: Political Turmoil in 'Once Upon a Time in Venezuela' Might Feel Familiar

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 31, 2020

American viewers, alas, will see far too much of our own still-tumultuous political weather present in this documentary.

Watch: Trailer Drops for Martin Scorsese Doc About Fran Lebowitz

Watch: Trailer Drops for Martin Scorsese Doc About Fran Lebowitz

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 30, 2020

"People frequently are infuriated by me because I am filled with opinions," openly lesbian writer Fran Lebowitz declares in a trailer for "Pretend It's A City," the forthcoming Martin Scorsese documentary about her.

Review: Fellini's 'Casanova' Looks Fantastic in a Blu-ray Restoration From Kino Lorber

Review: Fellini's 'Casanova' Looks Fantastic in a Blu-ray Restoration From Kino Lorber

By Frank J. Avella | Dec 30, 2020

Donald Sutherland doesn't get enough credit for his risk-taking body of work. Here, he is captivating, if a bit at odds with his surroundings.

Marcus D'Amico, 'Mouse' in 'Tales of the City,' Has Died

Marcus D'Amico, 'Mouse' in 'Tales of the City,' Has Died

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 30, 2020

The actor originated the role of Michael "Mouse" Tolliver in the groundbreaking 1993 series "Tales of the City" by Armisted Maupin.

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