A few solid performances help to catapult Magnolia’s Deadfall into a film that’s well worth a look.
Even though Magnolia’s Blu-ray is technically solid as the genre goes, I just couldn’t get into Apartment 143. Unless you’re a big fan of the film, I’d say avoid this one.
With an excellent V/A presentation, a truly absorbing film in and of itself, Headhunters is a well made movie that demands to be seen (and heard).
Highlighted by a great performance from Willem Dafoe, The Hunter is a well-made action/drama that fans of Dafoe will eat up.
Mark Pellington’s dizzying and drugged out indie I Melt With You hits Blu-ray packed with a good bit of HD extras and a decent 1080p transfer from Magnolia.
Take a trip on a magic bus into the Sixties counterculture revolution in this documentary that finally pieces together Cuckoo’s nest author Ken Kesey’s famous “Acid Test” footage.
If you’ve had interest in how one of the largest newspapers operates daily, give Page One a glance.
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior will thrill with its nonstop smack downs and back-to-basics martial arts, but don’t expect any miracles from this low budget flick’s murky looking picture on Blu-ray.
This sullen, overwrought, and over thought drama may be a solid effort on Blu-ray from Magnolia but a confused plot and dour drama leave The Burning Plain a lifeless affair that even a strong cast can’t revive.
Bobcat Goldthwait’s film starring Robin Williams defies its name and offers up some well-acted dark comedy for adults and it looks good in this 1080p transfer from Magnolia.