This second entry in ‘The Godfather’ trilogy is equal to the first and arrives reissued for the 25th anniversary of the saga with little changed from the initial release.
This undisputed masterpiece is repackaged for its 25th anniversary with essentially no changes from its 2008 Blu-ray release.
Any Given Sunday is Oliver Stone’s gritty inside look at world of professional football.
Sydney Lumet’s gritty and realistic crime drama Serpico is one of the great examples of the 1970s movement of post-studio system auteurs.
The Ultimate Gangsters Collection: Contemporary gathers together five great crime dramas that have all been previously released on Blu-ray. No new extras and no remasterings mean it isn’t worth it for those who already own a few of these.
The Insider is a classic late ’90s corporate thriller that taps into that decade’s aesthetic and paranoia. It comes to Blu-ray with a fine transfer from Touchstone.
Dick Tracy has a fantastic cast and wonderful production, but ultimately it suffers from a not so great script. This Blu-ray also offers only an average transfer of the film’s dazzling bright primary color palette.
The BFI releases the director’s cut of this maligned film, but is time it is given reconsideration.
Starz/Anchor Bay’s newest Blu-ray, for The Son of No One, arrives on Blu-ray with a solid V/A technical presentation.
The Son of No One has a stellar, A-list cast that is, unfortunately, misused in this mediocre and somewhat dull crime thriller.