This period piece is well restored but has a surprising lack of memorable songs or much vocal splendor from its cast.
Jacques Demy’s “film in music” Les Parapluies de Cherbourg is radiant in this new restoration on Blu-ray from StudioCanal
Chicago returns to Blu-ray with a dazzling lossless 7.1 remix and this definitive film adaptation is more enjoyable than ever
If you like J-pop, then you just might like this charming and little bit cheesy anime series about Idols, Uta no Prince-sama
Dorothy Dandrige’s smoldering performance in the title role is worth seeing
Disney’s 50th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Combo Pack of Mary Poppins is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!
An archetypal screwball comedy, On the Riviera delights and enchants with a well designed mixture of musical numbers and mistaken identities
Shrek the Musical isn’t quite as enchanting as its animated counterpart, but it’s still good fun for the family
The fourth season of Glee feels too contrived, like they’ve run out of ideas.
An enjoyable film adaptation of a delightful musical, Hello, Dolly! will appeal to a broad audience of new viewers. Successful film adaptations of Broadway shows often stumble, but with the vocals of Barbra Streisand, the crustiness of Walter Matthau, and the knowing hand of director Gene Kelly this one is sure-footed.