A lackluster action film from director Peter Berg that is a severe misfire for all involved
A superb recreation of a sensational celebrity kidnapping that overcame the replacement of its lead on short notice
The 4K Ultra HD release of ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ is magnificent, despite the lackluster quality of the film itself.
Director Peter Berg’s makes a docudrama about this tragedy that is thrilling, uplifting, and visually stunning.
A compulsive gambler must play his way out of debt to three very bad men in this remake of the 1974 film The Gambler.
Michael Bay action spectacle Transformers: Age of Extinction arrives on Blu-ray one of the first releases with a Dolby Atmos mix
The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10 – this is the story of Marcus Luttrell
Aurora Snow Says: Pain & Gain is a movie with a lot of pain and very little gain — unlikable characters and shallow concepts
With heart, a charming story, and many funny jokes, Universal’s Ted is a winning film from Family Guy head honcho Seth MacFarlane.
The Fighter packs a knockout punch on Blu-ray.