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new and ongoing dvd & vod releases, UK/Ire, from Feb 12

A simple listing of new releases and other stuff currently available.

Basmati Blues movie review: like white savior on rice

Part hamfisted critique of Big Ag, part strained romantic comedy, and part insipid musical that’s not much like the Bollywood…

The 15:17 to Paris movie review: hell on wheels

Clint Eastwood turns a terrorist attack into a bit of post-hoc reality “entertainment” with the stunt casting of the actual…

movies by or about women opening US/Can from Fri Feb 09

Lots of movies to chose from, but most are playing on only a very few screens.

movies by or about women opening UK/Ire from Fri Feb 09

Dakota Johnson and Maryana Spivak find themselves in horrible marriages; screenwriter Dorothy Blyskal tells the tale of three heroic young…

Fifty Shades Freed movie review: no shades of gray

My Fifty Shades of Grey fantasy: Anastasia Steele gets a restraining order against Christian Grey, writes a tell-all book about…

The Mercy movie review: a sea of troubles

An unsettling true story smartly told, from a moment in time at once uniquely its own and a harbinger of…

Scorched Earth movie review: there’s still room for feminism at the end of the world

Gina Carano roams a mild yet tedious postapocalyptic wasteland as a bounty hunter, and either you are here for this…

Peter Rabbit movie review: splat the bunny

Tosses out the very sentiments that make Beatrix Potter’s work so beloved and so enduring in favor of the sullen…

curated: the fake Crocodile Dundee sequel trailers are how you do viral marketing in 2018

Brilliant.

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