High-octane action is the only thing that sustains the logic-defying, video game inspired Need for Speed
Jackie Chan’s comedy-westerns that helped solidify him as a star in the States hit Blu-ray in a double feature that should please fans, even if they only come equipped with lossy Dolby Digital soundtracks.
The Insider is a classic late ’90s corporate thriller that taps into that decade’s aesthetic and paranoia. It comes to Blu-ray with a fine transfer from Touchstone.
Dick Tracy has a fantastic cast and wonderful production, but ultimately it suffers from a not so great script. This Blu-ray also offers only an average transfer of the film’s dazzling bright primary color palette.
Beaches chronicles the unlikely friendship between two very different women. Barbara Hershey and Bette Midler portray this odd couple in a what becomes an extended length soap opera guaranteed to open your tear ducts.
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.
Cold Creek Manor is a thriller that may leave you cold, so you might want to try renting this one first.
The performances of Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston help make this 1996 remake of 1947′s The Bishop’s Wife a bit better than your average holiday film.
With a heartwarming message, Touchstone/Disney’s Blu-ray for Phenomenon features a solid V/A presentation, thus earning it a hearty recommendation.
This campy 90s comedy may be worth checking out, but this transfer from Touchstone needs to go back to the drawing board.