This crime thriller from Johnnie To is a little uneven, but its strong performances and taut direction provide a satisfying slow-burner.
An inconsistent crime drama/romance from Maurice Pialat hindered by misogyny, but bolstered by strong performances and its gritty atmosphere.
This prohibition era crime drama from Ben Affleck has too much wasted potential and is not so much a slow burner as much as it is just slow and long.
Even a bone chilling performance from Anthony Hopkins can’t rescue this off the rails paranormal thriller from director Afonso Poyart.
This classic mecha series holds up well after 18-years and gets off to a rollicking start in this first collection on Blu-ray.
This film adaptation of the August Wilson play feels a little too stagey, but the powerhouse performances from Denzel Washington and Viola Davis make it worth watching, even at over two-hours-long.
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.
A visually enticing series with a powerful cast that will appeal to all lovers of costume dramas and the history of the British monarchy.
A philosophical masterpiece that holds up favorably to the first Ghost in the Shell, this new reissue from Funimation is satisfying and well rendered even if barebones.
The masterfully whimsical and colorful farce from director Pedro Almodóvar gets an equally masterful new 2K restoration on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.