This gritty second try at a cinematic Judge Dredd is still not great, but the 4K Ultra HD is sure great fun.
A genius programmer is selected to evaluate the groundbreaking artificial intelligence in a beautiful female android in this spellbinding sci-fi thriller.
A stunning nature documentary that utilizes the IMAX, Ultra HD, HDR, and 3D formats to their fullest strengths.
The 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray look and sound great, but the movie may be a little too mind numbing to overlook just for the sake of showing off your gear.
This Ultra HD Blu-ray will give your Home Theater an excllent workout, but the poorly edited, ultra-hyperactive final chapter to ‘Resident Evil’ may give you a headache.
A throwback to the early western deconstructions, this James Mangold remake has aged well and finds new life in a solid 4K Utra HD release for its 10th Anniversary.
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.