First time feature film director Anders Walter crafts a sometimes melodramatic, but ultimately satisfying fantasy/drama about an adolescent girl coping with difficult problems at home.
The Guardians battle enemies new and old and search for family connections in this second and even better installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise.
This franchise returns with a raucous and killer follow-up that possibly bests its original in action and story.
This prohibition era crime drama from Ben Affleck has too much wasted potential and is not so much a slow burner as much as it is just slow and long.
The third installment of the Star Trek franchise reboot switches directors, pumps up the action, and loses sight of good storytelling.
A middling remake of the classic thriller, the Rosemary’s Baby miniseries is elevated by a strong performance from Zoe Saldana
J.J. Abrams borrows from classic Star Trek canon with his exciting second entry in his alternate timeline reboot, Star Trek Into Darkness
The Words is a dull, overly melodramatic literary thriller that would have been better served by an actual novel.
This technologically groundbreaking and record breaking film shows up on Blu-ray absent 3D or any extras, but it’s still reference quality all the way.