Jean Renoir’s 1955 Technicolor French return is simply dazzling in this Blu-ray restoration from the BFI.
This flawed but still enjoyable release of West Side Story could have been so much better, but is ultimately only a middling transfer at best of a classic Hollywood musical.
Warner has reissued Willy Wonka on Blu-ray in this Ultimate Collector’s Edition with a boatload of collectible items in tow, but if you don’t need all the extra fluff, the previous Blu-ray Book edition with identical transfer will serve you just as well at a lower price.
This musical comedy from Australia, based on a stage musical, doesn’t quite transition well to big screen, seeming a bit clumsy and superficial, but it is still an aural and visual treat on Blu-ray.
Glee hits the sophomore slump in its second season, but arrives on Blu-ray with a reasonably strong high definition transfer and lossless soundtrack from Fox.
This film version of the sexy, sultry, and memorable opera Carmen starring a young Plácido Domingo in his prime finally arrives on Blu-ray from Second Sight Films in the UK.
The legendary Broadway musical, Fiddler on the Roof, returns in its 40th anniversary silver screen version. Director Norman Jewison makes a successful film adaptation and is aided by a very strong cast in all of the major roles. While the video and audio qualities of this disc do not measure up to today’s best standards, Fiddler remains a very enjoyable evening’s entertainment.
It’s delightful, it’s de-regal, and of course, it’s de-lovely. This pleasant musical biopic about Cole Porter is wonderfully realized and looks solid on Blu-ray.
Hey gleeks, relive all the musical performances you loved from Season One in Glee Encore.
Hot pink, glitter, pop music, and plain vanilla all over — it’s another Disney Channel musical specially made for kids.