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April 17, 2020
Criterion Round-Up: Paris is Burning, The Cranes Are Flying, and Karel Zeman is Journeying
The Cranes Are Flying If you need a little culture in your life, check out these fantastic Criterion Collection releases! Paris is Burning - dive into the New York drag scene, shining a light on LGBT culture 30 years ahead of its time. If you've ever spilled the tea, thrown shade, or looked fierce, you've been influenced by this film; Czech filmmaker Karel Zeman's Three Fantastic Journeys takes you on a travel through time, through the mind of Jules Verne, and along for the ride with Baron Munchausen in this triple feature; The Cranes Are Flying is a Soviet impressionist feature following the young woman Veronika as she experiences the suffering and loss of World War II in Russia.

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April 09, 2020
More Binge Watching with the Latest Releases!
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Need to MOVE? The fastest, spikiest mammal in the world is here to help! Sonic the Hedgehog - Jim Carrey leads the cast of this adaptation of Sega's little blue mascot (voiced by Ben Schwartz); Adam Sandler gives a tour de force performance as a gambling-addicted jeweler in deep with a loan shark in the Safdie Brothers' Uncut Gems; A Hidden Life is Terrence Malick's latest film follows the tribulations of a devout man who refuses to pledge allegiance to the Third Reich; and Bad Boys for Life is the third outing for the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence buddy cop action series.

Finally, who could forget the controversial final (for now) installment of Star Wars? The Rise of Skywalker has been kicking up a stir with critics and fans alike, so see what all the hubbub is about! And frankly, the 4K cover is pretty cool, regardless of the film quality. Check out our forums to stay up-to-date on entertainment news as it develops!

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