ROTTEN TOMATOES CRITICS
MOVIESLive By Night
Every one of the movie's 128 minutes reverberates with phoniness.
‐ Jim Lane, Sacramento News & ReviewManchester by the Sea
A quiet, thoughtful film meditating on the question of loss and those death leaves behind, director Kenneth Lonergan delivers a deeply humane portrayal of grief and those who choose to let it define them.
‐ Ellen Murray, Film Ireland MagazineMoonlight
This may be a movie that is keeping it real for most of its time on screen but in the end, Moonlight fair glows with possibility and hope.
‐ Russell Baillie, New Zealand Herald
DVD/STREAMINGThe Light Between Oceans
[Blu-ray Review] For fans of the film or the actors within, "The Light Between Oceans" comes recommended on Blu-ray.Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
John McNaughton's bleak and blackly humorous Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer gets a sharp new 4K transfer and a handful of edifying new supplements from Dark Sky Films.Something Wild
This is a gorgeous and important restoration of a neglected rape melodrama that deserves immediate admission into the canon of great American films.