A touching and poignant look at the issues facing young women that plays like a reverie through the ’70s landscape
Sofia Coppola offers up a distinctly female point of view in her successful remake of this Civil War-era set thriller.
The glitz, the glamour, the beautiful people, and, oh yeah, the films — it’s that time of year again for the annual Cannes Film Festival.
Writer/director Jeff Nichols delivers an off-kilter family road movie with his latest offering ‘Midnight Special.’
The Two Faces of January is a flawed but suspenseful thriller with murder, money, and death in the Mediterranean featuring a strong cast and gorgeous cinematography.
This Spider-Man 3 “reissue” from Sony is no more than the identical release minus the second disc of bonus features with new cover art and UltraViolet and a movie ticket offer included. On the positive side, since it is the same, the picture and sound are just as great.
The angst, the humor, the comedy, and the special effects are all beefed up in Spider-Man 2, but nothing on this Blu-ray reissue really is, making a double-dip nowhere near worth it for anyone who already owns the original DVD.
Sony’s reissue of the original Spider-Man movie doesn’t offer much new for those who already own the first Blu-ray release or original DVD, but if you’re new to Blu-ray (or Spider-Man) then definitely give this one a go.
Lars von Trier’s visually spectacular and emotionally gripping study of depression features a fantastic performance from Kirsten Dunst and a strong HD transfer on Blu-ray.