A long, tedious “epic” with pretensions of being a new Lawrence of Arabia, Day of the Falcon is all glitz and no soul.
Highlighted by a funny, sometimes quirky performance by The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg, Why Stop Now is an interesting comedy worth checking out.
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.
Quirky and just a whole lot of fun sums up Video Game High School, a different look into the world of gaming.
360 is like a sugary candy coating with no filling. The film looks great, the performances are solid, but the circular story meanders dully, and, in the end, provides no satisfaction. Ironically (or fittingly), for a film with sexual dalliances at its heart, this is one experience you’d soon like to forget.
Stanley Kubrick’s controversial debut feature film is brought to Blu-ray with a solid restoration from The Library of Congress by Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series.
Safety Not Guaranteed is a wonderfully quirky indie comedy with satisfying performances and lots of laughs.
This indie comedy/drama from writer/director Lynn Shelton offers up an excellent character study with true-to-life awkwardness and down to earth humor.
Damsels in Distress, the long awaited Whit Stillman successor to Metropolitan and The Last Days of Disco, is an amusing take on campus life. If not at the level of inspiration of Stillman’s other efforts, there is a Jane Austen-like approach to the battle of the sexes that will appeal to many viewers.