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Living Room Theater

With mass business closures and event cancelations, Tucsonans are finding themselves with ample time to work through that seemingly endless “to watch” movie list.

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While local movie theaters are closed for the time being because of the darn pandemic, you’re likely not cut off from wonderful cinema.

Movies: The Hunt - Not Worth the Risk

The Hunt, the little B movie that can’t seem to catch a break, finally got released to theaters in the midst of a national emergency.

Howling Horror

The paranormal gets a gracefully schizoid comedic approach with Extra Ordinary, perhaps the best paranormal comedy since the original Ghostbusters.

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A selection of films showing this week.

Fashion Faux Pas

The ever-reliable pairing of director Michael Winterbottom and actor Steve Coogan hits a speed bump with Greed, perhaps the weakest movie the duo have ever produced.

Reel Indie

The indie flicks coming your way this week!

Bad Dog

A grumpy-growly Harrison Ford sporting a David Letterman beard stars alongside a CGI dog in this latest cinematic take on Jack London’s classic (but far too nasty to be faithfully adapted for kids) The Call of the Wild.

Reel Indie

The latest flicks, cult films, documentaries and indie hits coming to a theater near you.

Game Over

When Sonic the Hedgehog comes out of the gate, it has the makings of what could wind up being an early frontrunner for year’s worst. It’s irritating, it’s unoriginal, and it features multiple jokes about cops eating donuts, as if we haven’t heard those before.

Reel Indie

The latest indie films and movie events coming to a theater near you.

Bumpy Flight

After being the only thing worth your time in Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn gets her own show in Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, a marked improvement over the film that housed Margot Robbie’s first go at the role.

Reel Indie

The latest indie and cult films coming to a theater near you!

Fractured Fairy Tale

Coming off like a low-rate The Witch, Gretel & Hansel shoots for the slow burn, deliberately paced, lushly photographed style that Eggers employed in his 2015 masterpiece. While director Osgood Perkins has put together a movie that looks OK, the script by Rob Hayes provides little to nothing in the way of chills. The movie is all atmospherics with little substance.

Reel Indie

Here's whats coming to your local indie theaters.

Pot Luck

There are many reasons to happily hop to your local cinema for a showing of Guy Ritchie’s gangster comedy return, The Gentlemen.


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