The disappointing second collection in the Ef anime series loses sight of its core story by burdening the episodes with an unnecessarily complex story arc and predictable outcomes.
The Rebound is a dismal rom-com full of stereotypes and offensive jokes, but no laughs or romance. Avoid it like the plague.
Incurable romantics will fall in love all over again with Paramount’s reissue of Love Story. Unfortunately, these viewers will have to overlook a mostly grainy print and runs of trite dialogue.
A well written and animated teen romantic drama that gives a somewhat realistic look at coming of age, Ef- A Tale of Memories is at once heartbreaking and uplifting. It arrives in a beautiful reference Blu-ray release from Sentai Filmworks.
Another Disney animated classic arrives in a Diamond Edition with sparkling picture and sound and packed to the brim with compelling extras.
Woody Allen’s groundbreaking romantic comedy comes to Blu-ray from MGM.
Hitchcock’s brilliant dark romance/spy thriller with the cast that is a Hollywood casting director’s wet dream arrives on Blu-ray from MGM stuffed with plenty of extras.
Hitchcock’s psychological thriller Spellbound hits Blu-ray with a strong transfer from MGM and a good set of extras.
This award-winning romance from Miramax finally comes to Blu-ray in the United States with a superior HD transfer to its earlier UK counterpart released by StudioCanal.
An epic love story set against the backdrop of the Civil War with beautiful cinematography and strong performances from its star-studded cast, Cold Mountain arrives with a middle of the road HD transfer from Miramax that is still worth picking up.