Tár, Moonage Daydream, Smile and more

Warehouse, which stars Cate Blanchett in a conductor role whose virtuosity is eclipsed only by her steely focus, is the nominee for the actress’ final awards season, and it’s the one of the many new VOD movies coming out this week. Musical geniuses seem to be a theme among this week’s picks: David Bowi, gets the documentary treatment in the film Lunar Reveriewhich details the late musician’s artistic process in combining his music with lush and honestly a bit trippy visuals.

And then there is Smile, a psychological thriller starring Sosie Bacon (a degree from Kevin, that’s his daughter) as a psychiatrist named Rose Cotter who watches a patient commit suicide. The death, Rose learns, is one of several suicides she believes to be caused by a supernatural entity that takes the form of a scary, smiling person. Those who witness the ominous smiling being end up committing suicide, and since Rose’s patient was one of them, she soon begins to see creepy smiles, signaling that it will soon be time for her. to leave.

These are just a few of the titles available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube, and through your cable service this week. Find out now which films are available for purchase or rental on demand!

In Todd Field’s new film, Warehouse, Cate Blanchett embodies one of the greatest modern conductors of classical music, Lydia Tár. Although Tár is a fictional person, the film mixes her story with real cultural figures and the name lets many of them down, to the point where you start to believe that Lydia herself is a real person who exists among composers and conductors. orchestra mentioned in the film. Blanchett delivers another incredible performance as she balances Lydia’s commitment to her craft with her brutal “tortured genius who makes other people miserable” vibe.

Where to stream Warehouse

If there is one word that previous reviews of Lunar Reverie tend to include, it’s “experiential”. The film, which hit theaters in September, is a full-scale love letter to David Bowie’s music and process, which includes rare footage and performances from the musician, captured before his death in 2016. It reportedly may have been best seen on the big screen to get the full experience, but it’s still an effective and thrilling homage to Ziggy Stardust, made for fans who found solace in all of his changing characters.

Where to stream Lunar Reverie

To buy:

Halloween ends
Find Santa Claus
Magical Christmas ornaments
Mingle to the end
Christmas joy
The Christmas cottage
A Christmas Karine

To rent out:

Lunar Reverie
Gigi and Nate
Three thousand years of nostalgia
Angel Falls Christmas
When Hope Calls Christmas
the lost
The modern way
christmas in paradise
RIPD 2: Rise of the Damned
Faded away
Lamborghini: the man behind the legend
Love, Charlie
bad ax
there there
Sam and Kate
Casablanca Beats
An autumn romance
Land of Tom and Jerry Snowmans
The harmony of the heart
My outlaws
The sound of violet
The Year of the Three Kings
The Winter Palace
cupid christmas
The Last Manhunt
Bloodlines: Curse of the Jersey Devil

Liz Kocan is a pop culture writer living in Massachusetts. Her greatest fame is the time she won on the game show Chain reaction.

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