The common tropes, lackluster performances from the leads, and one-dimensional characters make this film a miss.
GLOW returns for Season 2 with new situations and the same comedy-drama vibe that made it a Netflix smash in its first season.
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.
‘Ocean’s 8’ is a fast-paced heist film with an all-star female cast showing men that anything they can do, women can do better.
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.
‘Book Club’ is a delightful rom-com with a stellar female cast that treats the rekindling of geriatric sex with humor and sensitivity.
‘Deadpool 2’ amps up everything that made the first film such a romp.
A why-did-they-do-it remake of a mediocre 1980s rom-com that sinks beneath the waves of the Oregonian coastline.
A rather disheartening attempt at a father-of-the-bride rom-com that squanders the comedic efforts of Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.