This Oscar-winner is definitely Ho Bong Joon’s best film to date and a great watch on Blu-ray.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
Guy Ritchie at his old-style best with a story of drug world scheming, double-crossing, and plot twists filled with colorful characters.
The Golden Globe-winning film Joker makes for both a gripping drama and a dazzling 4K Ultra HD production.
Marialena brings her exploration of Coppola’s sprawling crime family saga to a close with the controversial third and final entry in the triptych.
Contemporary version of the venerable murder mystery genre will delight audiences and provide many laugh-out-loud moments.
Scorsese gives his account of who killed Hoffa in this film that could probably use a trip back to the editing room.
Marialena continues her exploration of Coppola’s epic trilogy with ‘The Godfather: Part II’.
A slow-burning sci-fi journey through time travel that makes viewers wish that they had stayed in their same time zone.
Joaquin Phoenix plays a gritty version of the legendary DC Comics supervillain, as Arthur Fleck, a social pariah in Gotham City who becomes the psychopath we all know.