Movie Releases 11-09-21

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Respect [Movie]


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Jennifer Hudson was Aretha Franklin's handpicked choice for a biopic portrayal, and she justified the faith with a knockout effort as the Queen of Soul. This compelling film focuses on Aretha's life from the early '60s to the early '70s, as she found her footing as a recording artist despite the successive heavy hands of her legendary minister father (Forest Whitaker), then first husband/manager Ted White (Marlon Wayans). Audra McDonald, Titus Burgess, Marc Maron co-star. 145 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
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Tina Turner


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In the wake of the hit Broadway musical based upon her life, the legendary Tina Turner delivered unprecedented personal access for this stunning documentary portrait. Between personal reflections at 80 from the rock goddess, as well as never-before-seen archival interviews, Tina holds forth on the meteoric career resurgence that followed the end of her problematic union with Ike Turner; plus observations from Oprah Winfrey, Angela Bassett, Kurt Loder, Katori Hall, more. 118 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English
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A dynamic force both within the ring and without, ever candid and controversial, Muhammad Ali became one of his era's most consequential personalities as well as athletes-and his legend and legacy receive perhaps their most extensive documentary consideration in this four-part series from Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon. The observations of journalists, historians, and Ali's family and confidantes pair with archival footage for a compelling portrait of The Greatest. 8 hrs. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
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Led by post-progressive mastermind†Bruce Soord†and reinforced by†Gavin Harrison (King Crimson)†on drums and following the release of their†latest studio album†Versions Of The Truth†in September 2020, the band were preparing to start the albumís live campaign, when like so many†other artists their plans were put on hold by the continuing global pandemic. †Eager to still perform and connect with their fans across the globe, in†April 2021, The Pineapple Thief filmed an extravagant on demand live event entitled Nothing But The Truth directed by band videographer George†Laycock (Blacktide Phonic/Visual).

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One morning, Deb (Glenn Close) opened the door to find her long-estranged addict daughter Molly (Mila Kunis)-claiming she was ready to try and get off drugs for the first time in a decade. With the detox center denying her an opioid antagonist unless she could first stay clean for four days, the wary mother invited her back home for a revelatory if grueling stretch. Fact-inspired effort also stars Stephen Root, Joshua Leonard, Rebecca Field, Chad Lindberg. 100 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.