Chris Hicks
Chris Hicks writes a weekly entertainment column for the Deseret News. He is the paper's former film critic. Email:

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Errol Flynn’s final swashbuckler and two of his melodramas debut on DVD this week, along with a trio of low-budget thrillers.
Actors Mark Wahlberg and Donnie Wahlberg, along with their chef brother Paul, open a Boston restaurant in this A&E cable reality series, now on DVD.
His self-deprecating sense of humor went a long way toward ingratiating James Garner to movie and TV audiences for more than half a century.
This week’s movies on home video include the unexpected faith-film hit “Heaven Is for Real” and a very good biography of Cesar Chavez.
The second season of the riveting sci-fi series “Orphan Black,” with Tatiana Maslany playing a variety of clones, and the gentle Hallmark series “Cedar Cove” have landed on home video th...
“The Expendables 3” surprised the movie industry by pursuing — and earning — a PG-13 rating after the first two movies in the franchise were rated R, thus making even thinner the line se...
Two comedies from the 1980s lead new movies on DVD this week, the sequel to “The Gods Must Be Crazy” and Albert Brooks’ second writing-directing effort.
Cedric the Entertainer stars in the sitcom “The Soul Man,” about a former Las Vegas singer turned St. Louis preacher.
Filmmaker Richard Lester, the inventive force behind “A Hard Day’s Night,” seems to be lost in the resurgence of praise for the Beatles’ first movie. But he shouldn’t be.
Documentaries about an unrealized film, British soccer stars and America’s obsession with pop culture lead new movies on Blu-ray and DVD this week