This opulent epic gets a dazzling high definition release on Blu-ray from 20th Century Fox.
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.
The epic Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale, a film that chronicles the struggles of the aboriginal Taiwanese people against the colonial Japanese at the beginning of the 20th century, is one that shouldn’t be missed, even in its edited version.
The infamous family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys plays out in this addictive History Channel mini-series, out on Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
A disappointment as a biopic, The Iron Lady is still a profound achievement for actress Meryl Streep who gives a flawless performance in a beautifully captured film.
Funimation has delivered another solid Blu-ray, with fine V/A and extras, this time for Confucius.
Jackie Chan’s 100th film looks and sounds great on Blu-ray despite the inherent flaws to its story.
Pasolini’s story of Christ arrives on Blu-ray in a Dual Format edition from the Masters of Cinema series that is a likely contender for one of their best releases of the year.
David Cronenberg steps out of his typical genres for this skillfully directed and well acted drama about the beginnings of psychoanalysis and the rift between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.
A beautifully filmed, but uneven biopic about the famous teacher and philosopher, Confucius is helped by a powerful performance by Chow Yun-Fat and the gorgeous cinematography of Peter Pau.