Look back in anger...

...or in hilarity with this week's new film releases, including Hostiles

The Maltese Falcon: "The stuff that dreams are made of" — who knew private eyes were so Shakespearean?
  • The Maltese Falcon: "The stuff that dreams are made of" — who knew private eyes were so Shakespearean?

Truth be told, there's not a lot on the new release front this week for some reason, and what there is has a decidedly backward-looking feel.

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Hostiles 3.0

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Hostiles goes back to the settling (read: claiming) of the American West, while Maze Runner: The Death Cure harkens way back to 2015, when part two of Wes Ball's YA trilogy came out.

Digital Gym casts a glance over its shoulder into the shadows for Noir on the Boulevard, featuring something old (The Maltese Falcon) and something much less old, though hardly new (Brick).

But the biggest piece of old news — or just news about what's old — is the mini-festival being held by Saps at Sea to open their 40th season. Watch Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy make nice with the ladies in three different shorts tomorrow night at Trinity Presbyterian Church!

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