Flypaper takes your bank robbery plot and tries to throw a new twist into it, but ultimately ends up failing even tho MPI’s Blu-ray does feature solid video and audio.
Odd, quirky and just plain weird, Portlandia Season One plainly did nothing for me. While the Blu-ray does feature decent video/audio, I can’t really recommend this to anyone as there are far better series out there.
Alba is splendid in this quirky indie dark comedy, but the film itself fails horribly.
Despite a brilliant performance from Adrien Brody, Wrecked is a thriller that starts strong but fizzles out really quickly.
Todd Solondz’ Life During Wartime revisits the characters from his 1998 success Happiness with an all-new cast with not-so-convincing results, but the beautifully shot film is rendered with the usual Criterion panache in a typically reference release on Blu-ray.
Peep World is like the Arrested Development reunion we hope never happens, with lots of great talent wasted in a mediocre dark comedy that’s simply derivative and trying too hard to be hip.
Natalie Portman is brilliant in this poignant family drama that follows the tragic story of a second wife trying to deal with the death of her infant child while trying to keep her new family together.
IFC Films and MPI Media Group have announced the Blu-ray and DVD release of the indie drama starring Natalie Portman, The Other Woman, coming in May.
IFC Films has announced they will be bringing the full-length Director’s Cut of Gaspar Noé’s Enter the Void to Blu-ray and DVD on January 25th, 2011 at a suggested retail price of $24.98 (DVD)/$29.98 (Blu-ray)
The Killer Inside Me never quite reaches its fullest potential as a psychological thriller, but Michael Winterbottom’s visual style is pleasing and rendered nicely on this Blu-ray release from MPI.