All-Star Shakespeare Stuart Burge’s handsome production of Julius Caesar has been unfairly maligned for years thanks to a dull performance by Jason Robards and inevitable comparisons between it and …
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Relentless in its teardown of Christian political influence, Rain's deliberate staging dilutes the themes, but for 1932, mounts a furious progressive ideology.
Hollywood producer Don Murphy's first and only effort as director, Monday Morning is a strange mishmash of violent sensationalism and a weirdly naive perspective on clashing high school kids.
A thoughtful and intelligent Biblical epic movingly captures early Christianity through the eyes of a former criminal seeking redemption, Barabbas.
An incredibly slick Jeff Bridges performance and a ravishing Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this bittersweet conflict, The Fabulous Baker Boys
A stellar retelling of a universally applicable disaster, A Night to Remember ranks among the best true story adaptations ever made.
The Best Picture winner Ordinary People, from director Robert Redford and an all-star cast, is introspective drama, reflecting a perceptive screenplay about dysfunctional families and their festering problems.
A tragic tale of teen romance and dramatic power, Liar's Moon features Matt Dillion's first starring role and Cindy Fisher as his beguiling love interest.
King Hu's groundbreaking martial arts classic from Shaw Brothers Come Drink With Me helped lay the foundation for future kung fu flicks.
Fellini's popular international film La Dolce Vita is an intricate and rewarding satire packed with wondrous visuals.
Newly restored to its original color, one of the earliest Technicolor musicals The Dancing Pirate features Oscar-nominated dancing and lively fun from the 1930s.
An all-star cast, bolstered by Ridley Scott's superb craftsmanship, chronicle this entertaining saga of the rise and fall of Gucci in the 1980s, House of Gucci.