Last updated 11/16/2017 at 11:16am

Paramount Pictures

While Fences was released on Christmas Day in 2016, our reviewer, Will Krischke, feels if you haven't seen it yet-or even if you have-it's a perfect movie to pop into your DVD player or stream at any time.

As it opens, Fences feels like it's going to be a film about overt systemic racism in the '50s. Troy (Denzel Washington) plays a garbage man who has complained, perhaps a little too loudly, about how black folks are always on the back of the truck while white folks are always the drivers. But the film quickly sidesteps that plot line, and instead heads in a subtler direction, and also in a w...

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