A mildly amusing, thinly veiled political satire with a star-studded cast, Butter offers a few laughs but misses the the target of edgy comedy it was shooting for.
This campy, exploitation franchise sequel just offers up more of the same, only more predictably.
A marvelous throwback to the golden days of cinema, this silent film, a love letter to “Hollywoodland,” is a refreshing departure from the typical films of today.
Michelle Williams is a force of nature in her Golden Globe-winning performance as Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn.
I Don’t Know How She Does It is not funny, is laden with stereotypes, and comes to Blu-ray with a middling HD transfer at best.
Dull and lifeless sci-fi thriller Apollo 18 places a mashup of Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project on the moon and fails. The low quality imagery doesn’t exactly make for great high definition material either.
Our Idiot Brother is a dramedy with a lot of heart with a strong cast and solid transfer to Blu-ray.
With excellent video, fine audio, one great feature and an all around powerful film, Anchor Bay’s Sarah’s Key comes highly recommended.
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World is the worst film yet in the Spy Kids franchise and it comes to Blu-ray with a middling 3D conversion.
This brilliant debut from writer/director Richard Ayoade is an amusing, immediate, and visually complex coming of age story that mixes Juno and Rushmore for something entirely unique and enjoyable.