The common tropes, lackluster performances from the leads, and one-dimensional characters make this film a miss.
This 1988 comedy holds up well, but this reissue adds not much of anything new to entice a double-dip.
‘Trading Places’ continues to entertain and bring the laughs, but this 35th Anniversary reissue brings nothing new versus the previous Blu-ray, not even a new audio rack or video restoration.
The MVD Rewind edition of this heartwarming dramedy is not up to today’s standards for sights and sounds, but is sill a Blu-ray that belongs in everyone’s library.
Doctor Detroit is full of kinetic energy, a stellar ’80s musical soundtrack, and a cameo performance by James Brown, but its over-the-top, forced comedy wears thin quickly.
This lazy slice of life series is best taken in small doses, but is amusing in places and has fine artwork.
This comedy/biopic is a fine mix of kinetic energy, gritty rock and roll, and sad commentary on the tabloid media
Coco is a heartfelt, visually vivid story from Pixar Animation that emphasizes family and chasing one’s dreams.
Is Sakamoto too cool for school or just a really obnoxious and one-dimensional character?
The Breakfast Club arrives with a beautiful new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection