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HBO Movies are at the heart of what the Home Box Office does. Made famous over the past 30 years for its ability to get movies to your living room faster than DVD or Blu-Ray. HBO has agreements with several movie publishers including Warner Brothers, Paramount and 20th Century Fox. This means you'll often get the latest movies scheduled before anyone else if you're an HBO subscriber. Below are our the newest movies airing and movie schedule Check out some of the reviews and plan your schedule around these air dates. Visit our HBO Movie Schedule for more info on premieres.

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”

If you are like me, and I do certainly hope so, then you believe that there is nothing more glorious for the world state than more Harry Potter Universe.  We are agreed, yes?  Good, now we can move on.  Admittedly, I have been a Harry Potter fanatic since I was very young.  It got me through some of the worst troubles of my life.  All of which is in depth discussed on my blog if you’re so inclined *wink, wink, nudge, nudge.*  But for now, let’s discuss the wonder of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Briefly mentioned in the original Harry Potter storylines, Newt Scamander is a magical zoologist who studied a vast...

Movies on HBO: “Collateral Beauty”

Movies on HBO: “Collateral Beauty”

HBOWatch Editors were not able to line-up a writer to review COLLATERAL BEAUTY. I think you can understand when I tell you why – they were all obsessed over GAME OF THRONES, what else? That doesn’t mean we don’t want to draw your attention to this PG-13 drama. Will Smith, Edward Norton and Keira Knightley head an all-star ensemble cast in this touching piece. Also seen on screen are Michael Pena, Noamie Harris, Jacob Latimore, with Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren. Here is how Warner Bros. describes this movie from 2016: When a successful New York advertising executive suffers a great tragedy, he retreats from life. While his concerned...

Movies On HBO: “Almost Christmas”

Movies On HBO: “Almost Christmas”

HBOWatch Editors were not able to line-up a writer to review ALMOST CHRISTMAS. We guess no one is ready for anything to do with the Holidays or is just not into that Christmas in July thing. That doesn’t mean we don’t want to draw your attention to this PG-13 comedy, all 1 hour and 51 minutes worth. It breaks down like this: The film opens in the 1970’s with a montage of Walter and Grace Meyers throughout their relationship. They fell in love and got married, raising four children together. In present day 2016, Grace passes away, leaving Walter all by himself now that his adult children have left the house. It’s now ten...

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Hacksaw Ridge”

HBOWatch Movie Review: “Hacksaw Ridge”

In a nutshell: HELL on earth. Imagine death is all around you: bodies blowing up, screaming all around, smoke, gas, darkness and decay. No matter how much gear you have on, no matter how much training you received in your army barracks, absolutely nothing prepares you for the sheer madness of warfare. Desmond Doss is a CO – a conscientious objector. He signed up for the army, but to help people as a medic. Ironic, because in the minds of his superior officers, warfare means protecting your rights and your freedoms at any cost, even if it means taking up arms and killing the enemy. Due to Desmond’s upbringing – a father (and former...

Movie Review: “Keeping Up with the Joneses”

Movie Review: “Keeping Up with the Joneses”

Keeping Up with the Joneses follows the lives of two homebodies Karen and Jeff Gaffney (Isla Fisher and Zach Galifianakis) who get more than they bargained for when they begin snooping on their new neighbors Tim and Natalie Jones (Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot).  When the empty house on the block gets snatched up in a heartbeat, the Gaffneys wonder who could be so interested in their tiny little social bubble. Feeling already like their lives are a little dull, Karen and Jeff can’t help but be jealous of the gorgeous new neighbors. Tim and Natalie are regal and worldly, and more than the Gaffneys can handle. But when it becomes apparent...

Movie Review: “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”

Movie Review: “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”

Ridiculous mockumentary featuring the stylings of Andy Samberg and Lonely Island?  Sign me up! Though thoroughly panned and considered a large box office bomb, I cannot deny that this film had something going for it at least a little bit. The documentary style follows the life of star Connor (Andy Samberg) and how his career in music has evolved. First, he became a star being part of a group called the Style Boyz, but once tensions began to rise he branched out on his own to become Connor4Real.  But things aren’t going super well for Connor’s new album and he soon must figure out how to be the best person he can be but also...

Movie Review: “Loving”

Movie Review: “Loving”

Finding someone to love isn’t easy, and loving someone is even harder. You have to get used to their personality, their quirks. You fight, you make up, and maybe sometimes even break up.  Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter were lucky enough to find that perfect love.  The person you want to annoy for the rest of your and their lives. But the problem was that they fell in love with each other: a white man and a woman of color.  And in 1958, that was deemed unacceptable. Mildred, played by Ruth Negga, is in love with Richard Loving, played by Joel Edgerton. At 18, she becomes pregnant and the two go to Washinton, D.C. to marry.  In...

Movie Review: “The Birth of a Nation”

Movie Review: “The Birth of a Nation”

Race relations and slavery have always been a topic of controversy, especially now in the U.S. where police brutality against African Americans is a hot button issue. Initially, I was keen on watching the film even though I knew it would put me in an uncomfortable mood. But learning to be a white ally means learning to sit with discomfort and listening to what others have experienced. This film reminded me of a similar feeling as when I watched Django Unchained. To be an aware person means to see the inequality and learn from it, even and especially if you feel uncomfortable. The Birth of a Nation bears the same title as a 1915 film, which...

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