With the grotesque looks, lame comedy and bland acting, these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles should probably slink back into their shells.
The influential sci-fi anime series Cowboy Bebop arrives in a feature-rich Blu-ray set from FUNimation.
This Tosca with, mostly minimalist sets and a thrilling tenor, disappoints in the other two principal roles.
A minimalist performance of Bizet’s beloved opera Carmen that fails to deliver the passion, heat, and atmosphere that this masterpiece requires.
Step Up fans can rejoice as this one keeps on bringing the heat both literally and figuratively.
The Ambition of Oda Nobuna offers up a gender-twisting take on the Sengoku period filled with action, romance, and magic.
The masterful animated works of Miyazaki Hayao are brought together by StudioCanal in this eleven film Blu-ray collection spanning over thirty-years.
The penultimate season of Justified stays true to the vision of the late Elmore Leonard’s work and provides a an excellent amount of gritty entertainment.
While not the first choices for any of these three operas, Netrebko fans will enjoy watching this consummate artist at work with excellent supporting casts.
Criterion releases a new 4K restoration of director Antonioni’s breakthrough film L’avventura that defined this genre for the many new wave films that followed in its wake.