Robert DeNiro and Zac Effron get raunchy in this ill conceived comedy.
Leone’s gangster saga Once Upon a Time in America puts an exclamation mark on the gangster film period that began with The Godfather.
An often searing commentary on show business, Scorsese gives us a dark comedy aided by some strong leading performances.
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.
An intimate and intense view into the life of a family after its unifying member has died forms the basis for another Robert De Niro tour de face. Well cast, scripted and directed, Everybody’s Fine will tug at your heartsleeves and provide an object lesson into making family films that are meaningful.
Raging Bull is a modern-day classic film noir that is more about Jake La Motta the man than Jake La Motta the relentless fighter. Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro work seamlessly with newcomer Cathy Moriarty to give viewers an intense in your face cinematic experience.
Scorsese’s visceral mafia drama is a classic and always great to watch, but its video quality leaves much to be desired in this high definition transfer on Blu-ray.
The Deer Hunter was one of the earliest films about the Vietnam War to arrive and it eschewed any overt political agenda for a look at how the war deeply affected the lives of the people it touched. This Blu-ray Release from Optimum Home Entertainment’s Studio Canal Collection does this classic film great justice.