LEGO’s Batman the Movie: Super Heroes Unite is funny, action-filled, and visually rich — just the thing for fans of all ages.
Nightfall serves up a tale of cold revenge on a sleek, multilayered platter of sumptuous visuals and numerous but believable twists.
As hostage films go, Anchor Bay’s Pawn is better than your average with a few clever twists.
Elia Kazan’s and John Steinbeck’s Viva Zapata! features Marlon Brando in a charismatic, if mostly fictional, portrayal of the famous Mexican revolutionary leader.
No amount of enticing visual effects can save this sappy melodrama, which seems tailor-made for tweens in search of the next fantasy saga to replace Twilight.
This Norwegian medieval survival adventure is light on the plot and heavy on the action, with good shots of the Scandinavian scenery. It’s a watch it and forget it popcorn flick for a slow weekend.
This classic 1963 World War II adventure film features one of the greatest chase scenes ever, courtesy of the inimitable Steve McQueen. The cast of who’s who actors and high quality of the story makes it the perfect Father’s Day gift.
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 Man of Steel takes on the menacing Brainiac in this action-packed animated feature from Warner Animation and DC Comics.
This entry in the Tenchi Muyo! universe wraps up with an equally disappointing video transfer and ramped up mecha action that feels borrowed from other franchises.