This beloved musical arrives in a beautiful new 4K Ultra HD edition that really brings out the visual and aural elements. Grease is still the word.
White-suited John Travolta burns up the dance floor in the iconic ’70s disco film that remains relevant 40 years on thanks to its mix of pop culture, class politics, and teen angst.
De Palma’s stylish homage to Antonioni’s art-house masterpiece Blow-Up arrives with a strong new high definition transfer overseen by the director himself.
With a heartwarming message, Touchstone/Disney’s Blu-ray for Phenomenon features a solid V/A presentation, thus earning it a hearty recommendation.
A solid early Blu-ray release returns with an updated 3D presentation.
Elmore Leonard’s favorite character, Chili Palmer, returns to life in this dark survey of the Hollywood music business. Excellent videography with only so-so sonics. Still entertaining with a great cast.
From Paris with Love is another sleek Luc Besson flick that delivers on the action — no brains required — and the transfer from Lionsgate gets the job done as well.
This Region B release of Pulp Fiction from TFI may suffer from the nuisance of forced French subtitles, but the picture and sound are pure delight nevertheless.
Grease is the word and it’s rockin’ its way onto Blu-ray Disc, but is the transfer up to the task of capturing the spectacle that is this classic musical?