An engaging story of privileged kids thinking they're invincible, Alpha Dog is often brutal, but purposeful with a fantastic cast.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown is a strange, off-beat trip to France that sidelines several important characters for little gain.
Wild and eccentric, Sonic Boom is the best of the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series' in terms of bridging both kids and adult tastes.
A wonderful Peanuts movie from the 70s, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown stars the whole gang entering a raft river race up against bullies.
Tonally wacky but aiming for an older audience, Ultraman Leo's surprising violence highlights a series locking in on its own lore.
The Last Castle is a morally complex and compelling prison drama that adds its own military take to an old, dated genre.
An interesting, small-scale WWII story, The Great War of Archimedes becomes a stand-in for the entirety of Japan's war effort.
A dismal non-comedy that struggles for every laugh, The Tuxedo is one of the worst things to come from Jackie Chan's American peak.
Existing for one specific moment in time, Summertree's plain theme and dull drama don't carry well into the modern era.
Trying too hard to earn sympathy, Alamo Bay makes a firm statement against anti-Asian bigotry but does so via overwritten leads.
Quick Change uses Bill Murray's cynical side to perfection even if it lacks the pace needed to sell its escape movie comedy.
Rough around the edges, the dystopian Mad Max-inspired thriller Scavenger succeeds with brutal visuals and a nasty tone.