Manhattan is transformed into a fantasy world in The Fisher King on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
Shawn Levy and Ben Stiller deliver more of the same with the third entry in this popular comedy adventure franchise our now on Blu-ray.
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn runs a cropper in its direction and script, and, despite a strong cast, ultimately disappoints.
Robin Williams is strong in this dramatic role, but this 2003 yuppie thriller is far from chilling.
This 15th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray of the excellent Good Will Hunting from Lionsgate/Miramax seems to be a simple North American release of the German release from Kinowelt/StudioCanal. With that being said, it has superior picture quality to last year’s release from Lionsgate, but may not be worth an upgrade just for the two new featurettes with the cast and crew.
Good Morning Vietnam! The 25th anniversary edition of this Barry Levinson-directed dramedy starring Robin Williams comes to Blu-ray with a solid 1080p transfer.
Bobcat Goldthwait’s film starring Robin Williams defies its name and offers up some well-acted dark comedy for adults and it looks good in this 1080p transfer from Magnolia.
It looks and sounds great on Blu-ray, but can Amy Adams’ moxie turn this sequel into more than just a star-studded dud?
This modern classic directed by Gus Van Sant arrives on Blu-ray from Canada’s Alliance, but does the transfer compare to the best of the catalogue releases on Blu-ray Disc?