A mindless re-conceptualization of The Beatles’ brilliant concept album that is undermined by less than memorable covers of some great songs.
Eureka Entertainment brings Steve Martin’s charming ’80s rom-com ‘Roxanne’ to Dual Format Edition with a solid transfer of its HD version.
Love Has Come for You is a folksy and evocative collection of 13 songs that take these two artists into new personal territories of Americana with fine results.
A humorous “odd couple” road trip comedy from John Hughes featuring Steve Martin and the legendary John Candy, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is a real knee-slapper straight through.
While on paper The Big Year may sound funny, the film utterly fails. Unfortunately, Fox’s technical presentation doesn’t fare much better either.
Twenty-five-years later, the Three Amigos’ absurdity still has the capacity to amuse, even on this average at best Blu-ray release from HBO Home Entertainment.
Despite the video and audio being passable at best, the included features and quality of the film still make this one worth recommending.
The laughs never ensue in this wholly unnecessary sequel that arrives in an equally underwhelming Blu-ray transfer from 20th Century Fox.
Not only is The Pink Panther 2 not funny, but the Blu-ray release is equally disappointing.