Mac & Devin Go to High School is an awful stoner flick that is probably not worth sitting through — even if you are stoned.
Highlighted by a strong performance from Agbaje, Best Laid Plans is a title worth looking into.
There are only a couple of reasons why you’d want to pick up Chesty Morgan’s Bosom Buddies on Blu-ray…
Zhang Yimou’s beautifully filmed and heartfelt wartime drama, The Flowers of War, arrives on Blu-ray with a fittingly strong HD transfer and superb lossless 7.1 audio soundtrack.
Never mind this title’s redundant name and the debt the band owes to acts like The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, and Primal Scream, this release is a must have if you like energetic, creative, rock and roll for a new generation.
Drugs, dirty cops, and a sexually assaulted stripper out for vengeance; where have I seen this before? Oh, I know — every other direct-to-video B-grade exploitation flick ever made! Skip this uninspired 1980s “homage”…please.
Tales from Earthsea may not be Studio Ghibli’s finest effort, but this anime fantasy adventure is still rather enjoyable and the Blu-ray from StudioCanal offers superb home theater entertainment.
With a different approach to humor, FX’s Wilfred arrives on Blu-ray with far better results than I had expected.
An excellent documentary on the difficulties in following up the classic Dark Side of the Moon with this subsequent classic, The Story of Wish You Were Here will be a must have for fans of “The Floyd”.
They’ve aged, and so have their gags, but not very well; as a result, American Reunion feels like a relic in comparison to some of the more recent shock comedies the franchise helped spawn.