Melodrama, comedy, teen angst, and West Side Story — it must be the third season of Glee arriving on Blu-ray.
This stop-motion classic arrives with an average transfer to Blu-ray from Lionsgate, but good enough to appeal to those who remember this from their childhoods.
Where Do We Go Now? from Nadine Labaki tackles important issues of civil war over religion in Lebanon by delicately balancing humor, drama, and music.
The Dirty Dancing 2-Film Collection celebrates the silver anniversary of the original Dirty Dancing film with iconic performances by Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Attempting to recreate the magic, two decades later, the Havana Nights version comes up short on nearly every count except for choreography.
This 1967 musical starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave is flawed and nowhere near as memorable as classics like The Sound of Music or West Side Story, but its gorgeous visuals and A-list cast make it worth renting nonetheless.
Season Two of HBO’s hit series, Treme, isn’t quite up to the same level as the first, but it’s still rather enjoyable for its music and overall celebration of the NOLA culture.
This 2011 remake of a minor classic is Paramount’s attempt to engage a new audience. While entertaining, well shot and recorded, this Footloose is no match for the original film.
A fantastic live anniversary performance of this favorite stage musical arrives with a lavish production and excellent high definition imagery on Blu-ray from Universal.
Journey through the halcyon days of glam rock in this fictionalized account of that creatively magical, yet self-destructive era in Miramax’ Blu-ray release of Velvet Goldmine.
Jean Renoir’s 1955 Technicolor French return is simply dazzling in this Blu-ray restoration from the BFI.