A well-done historical drama that depicts the first month of the Churchill administration including the epic evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk. Gary Oldman took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his role.
Brian Cox puts in a riveting performance in this biopic about a doubtful Churchill in the hours before D-Day.
This glamorous wartime thriller has some flaws, but is ultimately satisfying for its solid performances and riveting mystery. It also looks stunning in this new 4K Ultra HD release.
This CGI-heavy account of the Tuskegee Airmen misses the mark on story, effects, and picture quality.
An undeservedly overlooked masterpiece from Melville finally gets the Criterion Blu-ray treatment, and it’s a good one.
What is arguably the greatest World War II documentary ever produced arrives in a newly restored edition on Blu-ray with its 4:3 image unfortunately cropped to widescreen, but the content is still superb.
HBO’s wonderful 10-part miniseries is served up in a luscious reference quality Blu-ray release with a great Enhanced Viewing mode and a sixth disc with nothing but extras.
Classic British war film The Dam Busters is re-released on Blu-ray with a superb transfer and interesting documentary.
Optimum brings Guédiguian’s, Army of Crime, a compelling entry into the crowded field of French Resistance World War II dramas, to Blu-ray with a strong 1080p AVC transfer.