This 4K Ultra HD remaster presents this 1985 classic produced by Steven Spielberg brilliantly.
Poor CGI effects and a confusing screenplay make this third entry the most uneccessary and laziest-feeling of the franchise.
A complex and layered series that honors the original work while tackling pressing social issues of today.
The charming family tale about the dolphin with the prosthetic tail returns in Dolphin Tale 2 with more good, clean fun for the whole family.
Ginnifer Goodwin’s charm is the only real reason to watch this uninspired rom-com based on the bestseller by Emily Giffin.
Ahead of the June 28, 2011 release of the long-awaited, highly anticipated Lord of the Rings The Motion Picture Trilogy: Extended Edition on Blu-ray by Warner Home Video, the studio is launching an extensive PR blitz that will include special events with cast members and autograph signings at the Best Buy store in West Los Angeles, special theatrical screenings of all three films, costume contests, new Facebook pages, and more.
Life as We Know It is a generic but sweet rom-com that flips the normal course of romance on its head.
This ribald rom-com with Drew Barrymore and Justin Long may not be the worst date flick a guy could get dragged to,
The line between dreams and reality blur in this thinking man’s action thriller from director Christopher Nolan that stirs up a rollicking Home Theatre experience in this superb Blu-ray edition from Warner.
Jonah Hex is great home theatre experience on Blu-ray, but not even that can save this dreadful comic book adaptation.