Hello, gorgeous! Barbra Streisand’s classic musical comedy has arrived on Blu-ray in a shiny and new 4K restoration from Sony.
This entry in Marvel’s Iron Man franchise from anime powerhouse Madhouse is visually stunning, with a fantastic Japanese voice cast, but the story is bit of a letdown and the English cast just doesn’t work.
Unlike its technical presentation, Sony’s Playing for Keeps fails to ever impress.
A film that deals with a young woman’s struggle to overcome alcoholism, Smashed presents a sensitive account of self awareness, real life issues, and eventual recovery.
The hunt for bin Laden is on in this straightforward thriller from Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow.
The Intouchables is an intimate, well told story of the ultimate bond and friendship between two very different men, superbly played by the lead actors. With outstanding direction and cinematography, viewers enter a private world in which love and hope triumph over physical limitations. A must-see for all film fans.
Company of Heroes is a straightforward World War II action film with a somewhat contrived plot, but it will probably still appeal to folks who like all-out action flicks.
Get out the popcorn and turn off your brain for just little while, Premium Rush is a fun and fast-paced action-thriller ready made for your home theatre.
Looper is an intelligently written, superbly acted, sci-fi thriller.
This 1998 Blu-ray release of Victor Hugo’s classic, Les Miserables, features a great cast, outstanding directing, and excellent cinematography. Even if you have seen other versions, this one merits your attention.