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Wrath of Man Review ' It’s entertaining, it’s dark, & it’s typical Guy Ritchie! So I dug the hell out of it!'

#JackieFilm Arrives On Digital HD February 21 & On Blu-ray & DVD March 7

OSCAR® Winner Natalie Portman (Best Actress, Black Swan, 2011) leads an acclaimed cast in this powerfully stirring drama as First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. As she grapples with unimaginable grief and trauma following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, “Jackie’s” faith and strength lead her to a new life with her children. While she honors her husband’s remarkable legacy, she also leaves her own indelible mark. 2017 OSCAR® Nominated Film Best Actress, Natalie Portman Best Costume Design, Madeline Fontaine Best Music (Original Score), Mica Levi JACKIE Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD Special Features: • From Jackie to Camelot Featurette • Audio Commentary by Pablo Larraín and Natalie Portman* • Gallery *Only available on Digital HD. JACKIE Blu-ray and DVD Specifications: Street Date: March 7, 2017 Screen Format: Widescreen 16:9 (1.66:1) Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1, English Descriptive Audio 5.1, Spanish

Movie Review: #Jackie

Jackie is unconventional, uncompromising, and one of the best films of the year. Review by Matt Cummings Jackie is a masterful film. Starkly raw in its depiction of perhaps the worst single event since WWII, it's a remarkably poignant biopic that is largely non-traditional in its format or how it treats its subjects. Powered by an incredible performance from its lead, it vaults to the top of our Oscar choices behind expert camerawork and a sense that our current political machine is headed in the same terrible direction. Still reeling over the loss of her husband John F. Kennedy (Caspar Phillipson), Jaqueline (Natalie Portman) has disappeared to the family's Hyannis Port home, ready to tell her side of the story to an unknown journalist (Billy Crudrup). Told from four different time periods, Jackie relates the horrific moments of the assassination, but orders The Journalist to carefully dictate her words so as assuage the concerns of Americans that she is no