IFC’s The Samaritan is not perfect in the slightest sense, but the film does mostly work thanks to Samuel L. Jackson’s performance.
The search for a meaning to life defines our everyday goal, something Paramount’s newest Blu-ray for Jeff, Who Lives At Home answers (quite well I might add).
Another collection of Marvel Animated Features from Lionsgate, this 3-Movie Collection includes the previously available Planet Hulk, Doctor Strange, and The Invincible Iron Man.
The 90s teen comedy classic Clueless hits Blu-ray in a solid effort from Paramount.
The origins of Marvel’s Avengers and Next Avengers are told in this 3-movie Blu-ray set, a re-release of previously available feature-length animated films.
Season Two of HBO’s hit series, Treme, isn’t quite up to the same level as the first, but it’s still rather enjoyable for its music and overall celebration of the NOLA culture.
Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi Scheme, and the man who investigated and caught him, are at the center of MPI’s newest Blu-ray of the film Chasing Madoff.
Great action combines with humor and stellar performances in this Asian “western” from writer/director Wen Jiang, arriving on Blu-ray with a strong HD transfer and engaging lossless 5.1 mix.
Cameron Crowe returns with this wonderfully directed, scripted and acted heartwarming family film, We Bought a Zoo. The solid transfer to Blu-ray makes it an excellent choice for the entire family.
As a romance/drama Bounce fails on both counts, with poor chemistry between the lead actors and too many clichés in its plot.