Woody Allen’s latest postcard from Europe has plenty of delightful moments, but the whole doesn’t add to greater than its parts on this occasion. To Rome with Love is a minor Allen film that won’t be required viewing.
FUNimation finally brings the Tenchi Muyo! movie trilogy to Blu-ray in the U.S., but after the long wait, fans are given a barebones release with no bonus materials.
Chow Yun-fat and Liu Yifei give strong performances in this beautifully filmed historical epic.
The Words is a dull, overly melodramatic literary thriller that would have been better served by an actual novel.
Trouble with the Curve moves along about as slowly as a low-scoring baseball game, and the misused performances from Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams only serve to make it a middling comedy/drama. Rent first.
Edward Burns has hit all the right emotional connections in his best work, She’s The One, now on Blu-ray courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Charming, delightful and funny – Fox’s Ruby Sparks is a winner on nearly all levels.
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.