An average romance with beautiful visuals and less than spectacular musical performances makes ‘La La Land’ only worth it on Ultra HD for the stunning visual and audio quality.
An uninspired entry to a once strong action/fantasy brand, this one will be only for the die-hard fans of Kate Bekinsale’s Selene character.
The dark and brooding first part of the Harry Potter finale gets a stunning release on Ultra HD with a brand new DTS:X mix that sets a new standard for the object-oriented audio formats in the home.
‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ is not as strong as the film that precedes it, but it is still a stunner in this new 4K Ultra HD edition from Warner Bros.
Arguably the strongest film in the franchise, this new restoration on 4K Ultra HD is an instant must-own stunner visually and aurally.
An at times frustrating, but always magical and eye-popping entry in J.K. Rowling’s “wizarding world”, ‘Fantastic Beasts’ is also one of the best Ultra HD Blu-ray releases to date.
This glamorous wartime thriller has some flaws, but is ultimately satisfying for its solid performances and riveting mystery. It also looks stunning in this new 4K Ultra HD release.
This Oscar-nominated film is a thoughtful, visually engaging sci-fi thriller that tackles big theories in a meaningful way.
This beautifully shot thriller has an engaging mystery, but challenges ones ability to suspend disbelief at too many turns.
Tom Cruise reprises the title role in this tired B-movie-esque action sequel to the 2012 original.