This year’s Best Picture winner The Imitation Game finally arrives on Blu-ray from Anchor Bay.
The Imitation Game is the not quite true story of Alan Turing, but Benedict Cumberbatch successfully brings him to life.
The Railway Man is a true account of one man’s battle with his war past. It’s too long and not very well-structured.
Donnie Yen’s latest wuxia film offers a winning mix of martial arts action and thrilling drama.
Powerful performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and beautiful cinematography, make Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest, The Master, a satisfying film, but one that still ranks among his weakest.
A mildly amusing, thinly veiled political satire with a star-studded cast, Butter offers a few laughs but misses the the target of edgy comedy it was shooting for.
This campy, exploitation franchise sequel just offers up more of the same, only more predictably.
A marvelous throwback to the golden days of cinema, this silent film, a love letter to “Hollywoodland,” is a refreshing departure from the typical films of today.
Michelle Williams is a force of nature in her Golden Globe-winning performance as Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn.
I Don’t Know How She Does It is not funny, is laden with stereotypes, and comes to Blu-ray with a middling HD transfer at best.