Men good, women bad, or at least that's Mutiny's final lesson in telling a classic, same-y Hollywood high seas tale.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Always on the move, Short History of the Long Road sports a perfect title as it follows a young woman looking for her identity.
Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman team up for a wildly inventive and magically clever meta-comedy, Adaptation.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's most garish and notorious film, Holy Mountain takes viewers on an uneven acid trip with New Age spirituality.
A better message than movie, Cut Throat City delves into the post-Katrina landscape and how inequality offered no out other than crime.
Silent Fall holds some merit as an isolated murder mystery, but it's utterly deflated by a ridiculous, implausible twist.
A young Jeremy Renner gives a powerful performance as the psychotic Jeffrey Dahmer, one of America's most notorious serial killers.
Simple and charming, Driveways focuses its story on regrets, using the time we have left, and bringing people together.
True History of the Kelly Gang is a stylish but pretentious take on Ned Kelly's personal story that turns Australian folklore into overwrought history.
Christopher Walken gives a performance worth watching in Dead Zone, even if the movie takes too long getting to the story's heart.
Great cast and intriguing historical setting give Five Corners a chance, but it's let down by sagging pacing and odd tone.
Enter the Forbidden City explores the Peking Opera's historical origins through an opulent costume drama.