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Thursday, March 23, 2017
Rad journeys in 'Moana,' 'Passengers'
"Elle" delivers a strong performance by Isabelle Huppert.
'Doctor Strange' is awesome and THAT Super Bowl
Warren Beatty recreates Hollywood of the late 1950s in the entrtaining "Rules Don't Apply."
'Moonlight' leads coming-of-age films
"Fair Haven," Germany's "Jonathan" and "King Cobra" also tell coming-of-age tales.
Acting rules in 'Manchester By the Sea,' 'Departure'
Intricate "Nocturnal Animals" is well put together.
Wilson remixes Jethro Tull, Chicago
The Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary brings out a lot of new and expanded material.
War up close and personal: 'Hacksaw Ridge,' 'Billy Lynn'
"Trolls" is bright but bland, except for the songs.
Solid 'Take' leads action films
There is more action in "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" and "USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage."
Concert + doc: Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons
Also live are Tony Bennett and Friends, and "Hairspray."
'Inferno' succeeds despite big change
New editions of "Dreamscape" and "The Man Who Fell to Earth" have wonderful bonus material.
Rough riding with 'Girl on the Train'
Connor Jessup is excellent in "Closet Monster."
Tense times in 'Deepwater Horizon.'
Hardy Boys-style entertainment fills "Lost & Found."
High spirits in 'Middle School,' 'Monkey King 2'
Unique films from China and Japan in "The Monkey King 2" and the "Lone Wolf and Cub" series.
'Sully' is latest Eastwood loner
Striking box set, loaded with extras, concentrates on the first three films in the "Hellraiser" franchise.
Soulless remakes: 'Magnificent 7,' 'Ben-Hur'
Bridget Jones is having a baby, without identifying the father.
Special editions make good gifts
TV box sets include country stars at the Opry, Motown 25 and Johnny Carson.
Stones do Blues
Heart with symphony and Ritchie Blackmore rocking once more are captured in concert Blu-rays/DVDs.
Stellar Norwegian crime-comedy
"Sudden Fear" is exciting noir from 1952.
Re-Bourne is a retread
"Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie" also disappoints, but "The Hollars" is terrific.
'Don't Breathe' is intense
"Kubo and the Two Strings" is a very imaginative stop-motion animation film from LAIKA.
When Dylan went electric
The Band's "The Last Waltz" is packaged as well.
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