Dwayne Johnson arrives on screen in the eagerly-anticipated action blockbuster San Andreas, but is it earth shattering or just a dud?
Hobbit follows model set by Lord of the Rings, sets Extended Edition release of An Unexpected Journey on Blu-ray, 3D, DVD for November 2013
This supernatural thriller, supposedly based on true events, stars a typecast Anthony Hopkins, but its predictable story and dull lead in relative newcomer Colin O’Donoghue make it less than thrilling.
It seems like one of our wishes for 2011 may finally be coming true!
Elf may not be great, but it is a pleasant enough holiday film and this Ultimate Collector’s Edition bundle of goodies makes for a nice gift package.
This pointless retread of the original doesn’t offer many surprises and certainly not many scares, but it can still provide a decent home theatre experience with this strong Blu-ray release from New Line.
It’s sugary-sweet and laden with an overload of pinks and rosy-reds, but the all-star cast and vivid transfer make this romantic comedy watchable despite all its flaws.
“Well I’ve got a brand new roller skate, you’ve got a brand new key”…Populated by colorful characters and raw emotions, Paul Thomas Anderson’s document of the halcyon days of porn arrives in a solid Blu-ray release from New Line.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s intricately crafted emotional drama of individuals and coincidence arrives on Blu-ray in a beautifully rendered VC-1 transfer from New Line.
Let’s face it, The Final Destination is really about the voyeuristic thrill of watching the many ways in which someone can bite the dust, oh, and gorgeous people at that. There’s no other purpose for this unnecessary retread of a series that not even the 3-D can truly resuscitate.