‘Wonder Woman’ helps keep DC’s Extended Universe alive with a solid superhero origin movie and satisfying solo debut for this feminist icon.
The speedster faces the perils of changing history with time travel in the in a convoluted story arc that is still one of DC’s strongest show TV series.
A quintessential part of 1980s cinema, E.T. arrives in a stunning new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release from Universal for its 35 anniversary.
Melissa Rauch does a prime job as the capricious Harley Quinn helping Batman and Nightwing in this gag-heavy DC Universe original animated film.
The second season of ‘Supergirl’ moves to The CW network, but doesn’t improve much, being burdened by romantic melodrama and freak of the week storylines.
The Guardians battle enemies new and old and search for family connections in this second and even better installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise.
Action, visual effects, fantasy and swashbuckling tell the legend of King Arthur and Excalibur in what is a one-dimensional revisionist version of the myth.
‘Kong: Skull Island’ sticks to its creature feature roots providing lots of silly action and little else to sink your teeth into. The 4K Ultra HD is stunning, nevertheless.
An unfocused story derails what would have been an otherwise epic and visually stunning docudrama about the early twentieth century British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett.
This eighth intstallment’s cookie cutter plot mirror’s ‘Return of Xander Cage’ and is little more than high quality eye and ear candy for the Home Theater.