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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.

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

With so many “best of the year” lists being released it’s easy to forget that the Coen Brothers had a film this year. Had Hail, Caesar! been released in the fall it would undoubtedly be more omnipresent on the aforementioned lists. Even so Hail, Caesar! is not No Country For Old Men, or any of the other beloved Coen classics, it’s lesser Coen but that’s still better than 90% of the films released in a given year. Hail, Caesar! is a simple film, with a lot of moving parts. The main gist of the film revolves around a studio head Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), attempting to get his biggest picture “Hail Caesar!”...

Movie Review: “Midnight Special”

Movie Review: “Midnight Special”

Midnight Special is the most recent offering from Jeff Nichols who brought us such delights as Mud and Take Shelter. Starring Michael Shannon, Kirsten Dunst and Adam Driver, this film examines the intricacies of the media, faith and widespread panic in a wholly cinematic and beautiful way with an epic twist of science fiction which would get the Carl Sagan seal of approval. This ambitious drama doesn’t seek to answer all the questions it asks and it is left frustratingly open ended. However, that ambiguity and mysterious nature is an overarching theme throughout. No one really knows what’s going on, us included, and that only adds to...

Movie Review: My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Movie Review: My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

For those of you that watched My Big Fat Greek Wedding back in 2003, it was a surprise blockbuster hit. Many people in the audience could identify with the quirky and eclectic family norms presented. I know I definitely could relate to some of the loud, crazy antics on screen with my European heritage. In the sequel, we find our protagonists, Ian and Toula, surrounded by the same loud and rambunctious family, although some details have changed.  Now thirteen years later comes My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2. Ian (John Corbett) and Toula (Nia Vardalos) have been married for almost twenty years. They have one daughter, Paris (Elena Kampouris),...

Movie Review: Keanu

Movie Review: Keanu

After making a name for themselves on the Fox sketch comedy series Mad TV, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele broke out on their own in the critically acclaimed series Key & Peele. For five seasons, the two took on issues from a uniquely ridiculous and insightful perspective. For their first big screen collaboration, Key and Peele opted for full-on surrealism. Keanu is the tale of a recently dumped sad sack named Rell (Peele). Initially unable to move on, Rell finds new meaning in his life when he comes across an adorable kitten on his doorstep, the titular Keanu. Rell quickly bonds with the cat and delights in his little...

Movie Review: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

Movie Review: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

  Hoo boy, a lot to unpack here. Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, is the follow-up to 2013’s Man of Steel, the movie which dared to ask, “What if Superman 9/11-ed Metropolis?” Now, Superman must contend with a public that questions if he is worthy of their trust, debates over whether he should continue being a hero, and suddenly it seems like there’s more meta-context here than actual plot. Because really, this is going to be the main storyline of the DC cinematic universe (Suicide Squad being relatively tangential and a completely different kind of mess to unwrap) and yet we’ve still got nothing of substance from the...

Movie Review: Race

Movie Review: Race

  An athlete with the ability to streak down the track. Racial tensions that run high. A coach who sees more than just color, he sees talent. It is the world on the precipice of change. An economy on the brink of disaster. Jesse Owens not only made his mark in history as one of the greatest track and field stars, he was a humble man who worked hard and tried to make his way through life the smart way – not by fighting, but by using wit and intellect to get ahead. It couldn’t have been easy back in the 1930’s  when racial inequality ran rampant, and an African American man had to work twice as hard to prove himself, no...

Movie Review: Allegiant

Movie Review: Allegiant

Ready for some more YA dystopian? Yes? Well, probably not but it is coming at you anyway. The third installment in the Divergent series, Allegiant, follows in the steps of its predecessors Divergent and Insurgent.  And since I already reviewed those, I feel it is a just precedent for me to review this one too.  Here’s what is in store for Tris and her friends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-kflOQmXY0 After the revelation of life outside the wall, Tris (Shailene Woodley) is determined to discover what is beyond Chicago. Enlisting Four (Theo James) and some more friends, Tris ventures outside the wall and sees the destruction....

Movie Review: “How to Be Single”

Movie Review: “How to Be Single”

In this friendly comedy, several women learn what it means to be single and the many ways to go about it. Starring Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie, and Leslie Mann, each woman has their own path on the road of singledom and different ways of handling the ups and downs. Check out the trailer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrDI4-BSovs The story follows Alice (Johnson) as she decides to take a break from boyfriend Josh (Nicholas Braun) to experience being single. She moves into New York City to begin work as a paralegal where she meets fellow worker Robin (Wilson). As a party-loving, wild girl, Robin promises to show Alice the ropes...

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