A brilliant cinematic recreation of the 1968 political riots in Chicago, writer/director/cinematographer Haskell Wexler delivers a powerful film that transcends its era.
The film’s subject matter, as well as Robert Redford’s strong performance, make 20th Century Fox’s Brubaker a Blu-ray worth owning.
This opulent epic gets a dazzling high definition release on Blu-ray from 20th Century Fox.
Elia Kazan’s and John Steinbeck’s Viva Zapata! features Marlon Brando in a charismatic, if mostly fictional, portrayal of the famous Mexican revolutionary leader.
Back to 1942 is an epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine. beautifully filmed and with a large budget, the film is sprawling, but fails to strike an emotional note, perhaps due to it overreaching sense of scope.
This classic 1963 World War II adventure film features one of the greatest chase scenes ever, courtesy of the inimitable Steve McQueen. The cast of who’s who actors and high quality of the story makes it the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Another lavish costume drama from the British that, one gets the feeling, is more soap than fact, Mr. Selfridge chronicles the early days of the famous Selfridge’s department store in London.
A two-hour retelling of the Book of Esther, this biblical epic has some spectacular visual and audio effects, but is undermined by sub-par dialogue and rather lame performances by its king and queen.
Highlighted by an outstanding performance from Daniel Day-Lewis, Steven Spielberg has crafted yet another epic with the historical docudrama Lincoln.
The hunt for bin Laden is on in this straightforward thriller from Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow.