Mark Borchardt’s movie about UFO watchers in Wisconsin finally available via DVD, digital download

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It’s the first directed-by-Borchardt film released since “Coven,” the made-in-Milwaukee, low-budget horror cult classic that was the subject of the award-winning 1999 documentary “American Movie.”‘

“The Dundee Project” ‘ which runs about 20 minutes, with another 20 or so minutes of bonus features, including interviews and film-festival conversations with Borchardt’ retails for $19, at thedundeeproject.com.‘The trailer for the documentary is narrated by Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, who the distributors have labeled a Borchardt “superfan.”‘

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Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson make beautiful music together on ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’

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Cyrus, in collaboration with British DJ and producer Mark Ronson, released ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ on Thursday, the first single from Ronson’s upcoming album, his first solo effort since 2015.

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‘Green Book’ is an old-fashioned Oscar movie in a rapidly changing world

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The stakes were not little golden statues, according to Harris, ‘but who was going to win ownership of the whole enterprise of contemporary moviemaking. ‘ The divide was generational, but also aesthetic ‘ these were people who were rejecting what movies had been in favor of what they could be ‘ and the fight was unabating.’

I couldn’t help but think of Harris’s book while watching ‘Green Book’ and looking at the response to that film’s sluggish box office. But not because the picture, about an Italian bigot who learns about tolerance while driving an African American piano player from concert to concert across the South, reminds me of ‘In the Heat of the Night’ or ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.’ No, ‘Green Book’ feels much more like ‘Doctor Doolittle’: dated and unsure of its place in a market that’s rapidly changing.

7 great movies you can watch on Netflix this weekend, including the ‘A Christmas Prince’ sequel

Netflix has too much content. It’s a great thing, but it also leads to hours spent trying to figure out what to watch, instead of actually watching something.

We’re about to make your streaming a little easier. We combed through Netflix’s current inventory and collected some relatively recent movie adds that might spark your interest.

From “A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding” to “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” these are some great movies on Netflix that you can watch over the weekend (along with their Rotten Tomatoes scores).

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