A cinematic tribute to an actor/singer who moved easily between musicals, comedies, and dramas.
Into the Woods is an excellent film adaptation of a Broadway classic that gets great production values.
Warner Bros. delve into their vast archive of classic Hollywood musicals and give us four Golden Age films that receive outstanding restoration of sight and sound.
The voices aren’t up to snuff and opportunities are missed in this Annie for the millennial crowd.
One of the several American International Pictures “beach” movies that provides for a modicum of listening and viewing pleasure.
This is Sondheim and Lapine’s most successful collaboration, Into the Woods, portrayed by a superb cast, but released in its original low-resolution television format marked with artifacts and a score that sounds dry and compressed.
White Christmas is a self-recommending holiday classic that warms the heart with Irving Berlin’s songbook and receives a wonderful makeover from the Paramount restoration team.
The Audrey Hepburn Collection offers a trio of some of Hepburn’s best roles, lovingly restored at a real bargain.
Disney’s Sleeping Beauty returns to Blu-ray in a Diamond Edition lighter on extras, but with the same sparkling restoration.
The Gang’s All Here is a surreal wartime musical comedy that dazzles with its colors, big band music, and audacious choreography.