The powerful Best Picture Oscar-winner 12 Years a Slave comes to Blu-ray in a strong reference release from Fox
Diana is a disappointing biopic on the Princess of Wales that could have been ripped right out of the tabloids
Bonnie is “Eve” and Clyde is her willing “Adam” in this revisit of the notorious crime duo’s story.
The Fifth Estate is an edgy, internet age thriller and biopic on the infamous Julian Assange
Tom Hanks gives a towering performance in Captain Phillips
CBGB offers a look at the famous NYC music club in the halcyon days of punk and new wave with a comedic edge and stellar soundtrack
Jesse James is an excellent early effort at capturing the outlaw’s legend with some adjustments and is well represented on this new Blu-ray
Saving Mr. Banks…is definitely a film for the whole family, as all Disney films are.
Stéphanie Argerich, youngest daughter of famed classical pianist Martha Argerich delivers a probing, sometimes uncomfortably so, look into the complex character of her mother and other family members. A well-done first feature length film by this young director and an unrivaled view of often chaotic yet somehow functional family life in the world of music.
Lovelace is the story, told in two versions, of porn star Linda Lovelace