Friends: The Reunion

Friends stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer return to the iconic comedy’s original soundstage, Stage 24, on the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank for a real-life unscripted celebration of the beloved show. Director: Ben WinstonCast: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, David... Continue Reading →


With a wealth of never-before-seen footage, audio tapes, personal photos, and new interviews, including with the singer herself, TINA presents an unvarnished and dynamic account of the life and career of music icon Tina Turner. Everything changed when Tina began telling her story, a story of trauma and survival, that gave way to a rebirth... Continue Reading →

Shawn Mendes: In Wonder

A portrait of singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes' life, chronicling the past few years of his rise and journey. Over the course of 80 minutes, director Grant Singer immerses the viewer into Mendes' day-to-day life: his jet-setting, a vocal injury, the songwriting process, his desperation to grasp even an ounce of normalcy in his high-profile relationship.  Director:... Continue Reading →

Diana: In Her Own Words

National Geographic’s Diana: In Her Own Words stands out because it’s completely narrated by Diana herself: The audio is supplied from the “Morton tapes,” a series of secret interviews recorded by the princess and sent to journalist Andrew Morton. Done in 1991, the tapes (which were the basis for Morton’s 1992 best-selling book, Diana: Her True... Continue Reading →

Circus of Books

In 1976, Karen and Barry Mason had fallen on hard times and were looking for a way to support their young family when they answered an ad in the Los Angeles Times. Larry Flynt was seeking distributors for Hustler Magazine. What was expected to be a brief sideline led to their becoming fully immersed in the LGBT... Continue Reading →


“Becoming” tracks Obama’s chats from city to city, with a star-studded array of moderators (Stephen Colbert, Gayle King, Valerie Jarrett, Reese Witherspoon) setting her up to tell a few key tales. Among them are the high school guidance counselor who didn’t think she was Princeton University material, her first date with Barack Obama and how she felt... Continue Reading →

Hillary: Limited Series

A very long, revealing interview with Clinton herself is used to comment on both the 2016 campaign from primaries to Election Day and her biography. And so “Hillary” cuts from campaign meetings in the most recent chapter of her political career – we see a lot of interesting debate prep and reaction opposite both Sanders... Continue Reading →

Miss Americana

A raw and emotionally revealing look at one of the most iconic artists of our time during a transformational period in her life as she learns to embrace her role not only as a songwriter and performer, but as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice. The  chronological depiction of Swift’s rise goes... Continue Reading →

John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls

Following more than 31 years of public service, the six-term senior Arizona senator agreed to participate in the film shortly after being diagnosed with brain cancer, providing unprecedented access to his daily life in Washington, D.C. and Sedona, Arizona. The film features interviews with family, friends, colleagues and leading political figures such as former President... Continue Reading →

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