With a solid performance by Ray Liotta, Image’s The Devil’s in the Details just may be worth a rental on a rainy day, but no more than that.
A long, tedious “epic” with pretensions of being a new Lawrence of Arabia, Day of the Falcon is all glitz and no soul.
Forced to Fight is entertaining and, surprisingly, thrilling at times – all thanks to a rather solid performance from Peter Weller.
This low budget superhero thriller lacks the punch to make it an interesting watch.
Hollywood B-movie makeup effects maven Robert Hall’s semi-autobiographical story about getting out of small town USA is a charming slice of life drama.
Get a major dose of 1980s B-movie cheese in this so bad it’s laughably good martial arts cult classic, complete with bad grindhouse transfer from Drafthouse Films.
This Royal National Theater 1998 revival of the classic musical Oklahoma! gives us some nice singing and dancing. Unlike most previous productions, it is uncut with updated choreography. However, this filmed version disappoints in both the sight and sound departments.
Company has been given a 21st century make over in this semi-staged concert version, well cast and well directed. One of Sondheim’s signature musicals, this is a delight from ambiguous start to finish.
Rescue is superb eye candy, as is typical with IMAX exhibition films, but, also typically, it lacks some depth as an outright documentary.
Danish filmmaker Mads Brügger’s “performative journalism” makes for an entertaining documentary about the corrupt blood diamond trade with its cutting wit and satire.