Strong performances from an A-list cast help to overcome the deficits in this rom-com aimed squarely at the boomer crowd.
Terrible melodrama and a retread of the same plots from the previous mini-series, The Pillars of the Earth, make World Without End, seem like no more than lame imitation hoping for similar success.
Reese Witherspoon spins a fine comedic character in this charming if less than original story of southern girl makes good in Yankee land, and, yes, she can and does come home again.
The subject of morality and love is dealt with in a manner we can all relate to, in Edward Burns’ film The Brothers McMullen.
A sumptuous, multilayered, painfully romantic film from the turn of the new millennium, Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood for Love is at once visually stunning and emotionally haunting.
The hilarious romantic comedy returns for a big fat 10th anniversary release on Blu-ray.
Barbet Schroeder’s controversial film Maîtresse finally hits home video in the UK in its complete, uncut form courtesy of the BFI.
A love triangle plays out with the greatest of ease in Claude Sautet’s charming film, César et Rosalie.
Jacques Becker’s classic French romantic tragedy Casque d’or comes to Blu-ray in a beautiful rendition from StudioCanal.
Avatar finally makes it to retail on Blu-ray 3D, but with the same transfer on no extras.