Jennifer Aniston stars in the reasonably entertaining adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s The Switch, Life of Crime, by writer/director Daniel Schechter, out now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate
This Australian post-apocalyptic drama is no Mad Max; The Rover is a laborious film with little but despondency to offer.
The World Wars gives an abbreviated and imperfect account of the bloody conflicts that gripped the first half of the twentieth century.
Little House on the Prairie’s third season arrives in another beautifully restored HD edition on Blu-ray from Lionsgate
A middling remake of the classic thriller, the Rosemary’s Baby miniseries is elevated by a strong performance from Zoe Saldana
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn runs a cropper in its direction and script, and, despite a strong cast, ultimately disappoints.
This poorly animated motion-capture adaptation of Tarzan with its sci-fi subplot is to be avoided
As biopics go, Cesar Chavez gives a powerful account of its titular hero
Under the Skin is a hypnotic sc-fi thriller centered around a powerful performance from Scarlett Johansson
This is The Universe in name only. They’ve jumped the shark and offered up some bad version of Ancient Aliens minus the aliens.