Audrey Tatou is charming in this uneven romantic comedy.
Cecil B. Demille’s lavish and sensual Cleopatra, with the marvelous Claudette Colbert in the titular role, comes to Blu-ray in Eureka Entertainment’s Masters of Cinema series.
Hysteria vibrates with lighthearted charm, romance, and just a hint of naughty sexuality for a satisfying romp.
Sally Potter’s Tango Lesson fails to drum up the passion of the dance that inspires its story, but it is a beautifully filmed and quaint romance.
Criterion brings the Pathé restoration of Marcel Carné’s epic romance/drama to Blu-ray in the US in a package filled with quality supplements.
Ecstasy is a visually stunning, but ultimately shallow update of the themes explored in Trainspotting.
Melodrama, comedy, teen angst, and West Side Story — it must be the third season of Glee arriving on Blu-ray.
Stefan and everyone else is back for this Third Season of The Vampire Diaries. Warner’s Blu-ray features a strong presentation, but lacks in the feature department. Still, fans will want to grab this one.
Lonesome is a minor classic of the “silent” era although it has some interpolated talking scenes. Director Pál Fejös provides some cutting edge visual effects for the times, and, mostly, lets this simple love story tell itself.
James Cameron’s sweeping, visually stunning, romantic epic set aboard the ill-fated Titanic arrives in a feature packed, reference quality Blu-ray 3D combo pack from Paramount.