Scream 4 seems formulaic at this point in the franchise, but t still manages to offer up some scares and unlikely twists.
This controversial film from Julian Schanbel, based on Rula Jebreal’s semi-autobiographical novel tells of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict through the eyes of an orphaned schoolgirl, but putting aside any political concerns, its slight character development is its biggest weakness.
A relevant film about the effects of the recession is hampered by a dull script and uncharismatic characters.
Great performances from Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush help make this Oscar-winner a royal treat on Blu-ray.
This quirky crime caper has more emotional depth and is far more clever than most films of its ilk and it arrives on Blu-ray in a more than competent 1080p AVC transfer from Optimum Home Entertainment.
Some of the biggest names in Hong Kong cinema appear this mildly enjoyable and lavishly filmed epic that shows up on Blu-ray with a strong AVC video encoding, but disappointing lossy Dolby Digital soundtracks that forgo the original Cantonese for Mandarin and English dubs.
Take your comedy “green” with the reunited Cheech and Chong in the chronicle of their raucous 2009 Light Up America tour, Hey Watch This on Blu-ray from Weinstein.