This witty yet charming Brit rom-com about being a single working woman arrives looking good for a “bird” from the 2000s, but forget about the supplements, they all show their DVD-era age.
The end of the Swinging Sixties are captured in this iconic forgotten British classic about obsessive young love from the “outsider” Polish filmmaker Jerzy Skolimowski, packaged in a 3-disc Dual Format edition from the BFI.
A silent film-era masterpiece from French filmmaker Jean Epstein, Cœur fidèle arrives in a splendid reference quality dual format edition from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema label.
Josh Radnor makes his filmmaking debut with this safe, but pleasant comedy about a group of twenty-something New Yorkers coping with love, work, and the challenges of adulthood.
A charming romantic comedy with superb performances from the young Michael Angarano and Uma Thurman, Ceremony also marks a strong directorial debut for Henry Winkler’s son Max.
Passion Play is a quirky, absurd, and passionless David Lynch imitation that is carried only by a surprisingly strong-ish performance from an easy-on-the-eyes Megan Fox.
The beginning and ending of a marriage plays out with tragic realism in this Golden Globe nominated film from writer/director Derek Cianfrance
Not as spiced-up as it would like to be, From Prada to Nada is still a pleasant if predictable modern rom-com twist on the classic Jane Austen tale Sense and Sensibility.
Johnny Depp and Mary Stuart Masterson shine with powerful performances in this quirky romantic comedy from the early 90s even if the transfer to Blu-ray is only average at best from MGM.
It’s delightful, it’s de-regal, and of course, it’s de-lovely. This pleasant musical biopic about Cole Porter is wonderfully realized and looks solid on Blu-ray.