The hilarious, gender-bending ’80s comedy classic Tootsie gets the 4K restoration treatment on Blu-ray from Criterion Collection.
The beloved magical girl anime series Sailor Moon returns to home video with this remastered Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD combo set from Viz Media
Michel Gondry’s visually inventive Mood Indigo is arguably his best effort since Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The reductive and uninspired action-comedy Drive Hard doesn’t offer much to recommend it
HBO’s latest half-hour comedy Getting On is a downbeat and cynical look at the medical bureaucracy
Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo are irresistible on screen together in the inspiring, music-based film Begin Again, arriving on Blu-ray from Entertainment One.
Melissa McCarthy returns to the well once more to draw up her now familiarly boorish big-screen persona in the comedy Tammy, out on Blu-ray from Warner
Yu-Sibu, or I couldn’t become a hero so I reluctantly decided to get a job (yes, that’s really the name) is a pleasant and funny anime series about magic and unlikely friendship.
Vincent Price was a king of the B-movie and this second collection of his biggest horror films from Shout! Factory more than justifies his position at the top of the pedestal.
The Farrelly Brothers’ rude and crude 1996 film cult-comedy classic Kingpin rolls onto Blu-ray for the first time from Paramount