‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
Dazzling action and visuals and little else drive this big budget summer entry starring Charlize Theron.
This glossy action flick looks great, but has too many plot holes to be satisfying.
Trance will have you spellbound by its imagery and acting for the majority of the film. It’s a wild ride indeed.
Trance more than lives up to its name, and will have you spellbound by its imagery and acting for the majority of the film. It’s a wild ride indeed.
Helen Mirren shines in this powerful romantic drama about the last year in the life and marriage of Leo Tolstoy.
Forest Whitaker’s riveting performance is the main draw in this fictionalized account of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin’s reign of terror. We like the strong transfer to Blu-ray even if the production makes it less than great hi-def material.