A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
This new collection of the 5 jack Ryan films includes Dolby Vision and little else new
Will Smith is a pathologist determined to tell the truth about football and CTE in the somewhat sanctimonious sports drama ‘Concussion’ on Blu-ray from Sony.
Curzon Film World brings Julianne Moore’s Oscar-winning performance in the drama Still Alice to Blu-ray.
Julianne Moore puts on an Oscar-winning performance as a woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the moving drama Still Alice.
Cate Blanchett is mesmerizing in Blue Jasmine and helps keep afloat what is not one of Woody Allen’s strongest efforts
Somewhere along the line, this well-intentioned film’s story became an encouragement of holiday commercialism, but the action, imagery, and well used 3D effect save it from being a complete failure.
Woody Allen’s latest postcard from Europe has plenty of delightful moments, but the whole doesn’t add to greater than its parts on this occasion. To Rome with Love is a minor Allen film that won’t be required viewing.
This jukebox musical attempts to recreate the glitzy, Reagan-era excesses of the hair metal days, but a lackluster central story and banal humor keep it from being effective.
The Edge is a pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat survival thriller that will keep you guessing at every turn, too bad the MPEG-2 encoding from Fox will take you right back to the not so great early days of the Blu-ray format.