This Australian post-apocalyptic drama is no Mad Max; The Rover is a laborious film with little but despondency to offer.
Laudable performances from Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones carry this beautifully filmed family drama from director Drake Doremus.
Shia LeBeouf has a chance to branch out artistically in this prohibition era crime drama based on a true story.
Regardless of your ending view of the film itself, one can’t deny that Director Ridley Scott knows how to make epic films. Prometheus is yet another example of why Scott is one of the finest directors ever.
This mindless sci-fi actioner channels Die Hard, Escape From New York, and Blade Runner, but still manages to offer a bit of home theatre popcorn fun.
Nicolas Cage puts in an underwhelming performance in this crime thriller that is saved by Roger Donaldson’s direction and cast member Guy Pearce.
An excellent period drama with Emmy-winning performances from Kate Winslet and Guy Pearce, HBO’s Mildred Pierce mini-series is addictive television at its finest.
Christopher Nolan’s brain-twisting thriller arrives in a superb director-approved 1080p transfer from Lionsgate.