A painfully realistic, brutal, and emotionally honest human drama held together by superb performances from its two leads, Tyrannosaur just may be the best British indie film of 2011.
Archives for December 2011
Denon delivers an audio/video receiver that handles about every audio and video source on the planet. The AVR-3312CI will fill the bill for home theater enthusiasts just fine.
I Don’t Know How She Does It is not funny, is laden with stereotypes, and comes to Blu-ray with a middling HD transfer at best.
Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman all hit a home run in this motivational sports drama from Sony Pictures.
This IMAX documentary is filled with beautiful aerial shots of Greece, but doesn’t qualify as one of the top-tier IMAX releases for reference video quality.
This controversial classic may finally find a wider audience with this classy Dual Format release from Masters of Cinema
If you think your holidays were a disaster then you need to see this latest disaster flick from SyFy to cheer you up.
A reasonably interesting viral outbreak thriller from Steven Soderburgh arrives in a solid HD transfer on Blu-ray from Warner.
Director David Yates has captured the essence of Harry Potter the way it always should have been. Warner’s Blu-ray is splendid as well, with fine video and audio.
A disappointing Glee concert film would have been better served leaving the fan stories out and giving more time to the performances.