This is one pretty lame ‘60s film that makes you wonder why American International Pictures bothered in the first place.
Hit-making duo and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Hall & Oates bring their rock and soul stylings to Dublin in this 2014 concert on Blu-ray from Eagle Rock.
Rihanna and Jim Parsons pair up to voice the leads in DreamWorks’ latest animated adventure Home about an alien outcast and a girl searching for her mom.
Penguins of Madagascar breaks these tertiary characters out on their own for a wacky and unlikely spy adventure.
Ridley Scott turns Exodus into an action/adventure flick, available now on Blu-ray in time for Easter and Passover.
The final entry in Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth Saga arrives in a spectacular, five-disc 3D Blu-ray set from Warner.
An operative kills a government official in Ghana and then has to fight for his own life in The Gunman.
A talented cast gets taken down by a weak script and disappointing story line in this average rom-com.
Horton Foote’s Convicts does not compare to To Kill a Mockingbird, but this story of coming of age and the downtrodden still provides many powerful moments.
Interstellar puts the “science” back in science fiction for what is an inspiring epic of human survival.