Gamer is an absolute disaster of a film; an exercise in excess, silliness, and, ironically, one-dimensional characters.
Lionsgate brings Luis Buñuel’s final film, a masterpiece that examines the indefinable element of attraction, to Blu-ray in a finely transferred StudioCanal Collection edition for the U.S.
The History Channel’s The Men Who Built America is another historical mini-series from the cable network that fails to live up to its ambitious title.
Clearly Lionsgate has provided us with a technically strong Blu-ray effort in The Possession; too bad the film isn’t anywhere near as strong.
Branded may be one of the worst films of all time, Razzie worthy material, C-Grade sci-fi absurdity with delusions toward grand social commentary.
Richard Gere’s performance carries this film a long way, but Arbitrage is still an effective look at the lack of scruples amongst the Wall Street elite.
A new generation of these primary-colored superheroes has arrived to thrill preteen boys, but don’t expect too much in the way of stories (or from this Blu-ray release). It should make for a fine stocking stuffer.
Just in time for the holidays, Lionsgate has released a set of five Francis Ford Coppola films: both versions of Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, One From The Heart, and Tetro. A mixed bag to be sure, each film will bring something of interest to your home theater.
Despite a mostly solid technical front from Lionsgate, Fire with Fire is too cliched for us to ever want to care about anything that happens.
This Titanic mini-series focuses more on the melodrama surrounding the building of the ship than the tragedy of the ship’s sinking and in doing so offers a fresh take on the 100th anniversary frenzy.