This ensemble dramedy about a group of forty-year-old Harvard grads still trying to recapture their college glory is let down by its lack of depth and its aimless story.
This delightful update of Marivaux’s 17th century comedy of manners will have a limited theatrical engagement in the U.S. on Bastille Day.
A crude and disappointing remake of the 1970s TV series that runs the gamut from misogynistic to unintelligible.
Director Ding Sheng and Jackie Chan reunite for this flawed yet still enjoyable popcorn action film that mixes humor with exhilarating action sequences.
The anime adaptation of this popular manga packs a powerful punch — and so does this Limited Edition set from Viz Media.
This otaku favorite arrives on Blu-ray with a solid transfer from Nozomi Entertainment — but how does the material hold up after 20 years?
A delightful musical romance that doesn’t live up to its predecessor, but is pleasing in its own right and looks wonderful in this 2011 restoration.
This gritty, witty hipster comedy loosely based on Sophia Amoruso’s autobiography hooks viewers with its female power and strong cast.
This comedy/horror that borrows liberally from ‘The Exorcist’ has new cult favorite written all over it.
An average romance with beautiful visuals and less than spectacular musical performances makes ‘La La Land’ only worth it on Ultra HD for the stunning visual and audio quality.