Nighthawks is an underwhelming mystery aimed at Millennials that fails at its intended purpose.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Sliding Doors is a smart, engaging romcom that uses movie magic exploring Gwyneth Paltrow playing two different versions of the same character.
Battle of Jangsari recalls a forgotten part of the Korean war, using Megan Fox for star power, but throws its potential away.
Jimmy Stewart pairs with director Anthony Mann for a routine western that at least bucks the trend of outlaw heroes in The Far Country.
Patty Duke and Anne Bancroft memorably bring Helen Keller's life story to the big screen in this remarkable Hollywood classic, The Miracle Worker.
Haunting lead performances by Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish make for a tragic but memorable love story in the Australian film Candy.
Marilyn Monroe and Anne Bancroft star in the uniquely empathetic and moving tragedy, Don't Bother to Knock.
A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints is a powerhouse coming-of-age story set in Queens with superb performances from the star-laden ensemble cast.
Kurt Vonnegut's compelling source novel about life, war, and faith is turned into a stellar film adaptation in 1972's Slaughterhouse-Five.
Kevin Costner As a Wise Dog Man’s best friend. Almost immediately, everyone begins thinking of their favorite dog. It’s a maudlin sentiment, but one that has power for many …
Cutting Gangster Cinema’s Mold Released at the tail end of American prohibition, 1932’s Scarface, at times, is more a plea than movie. The Chief of Police (Edwin Maxwell) verbally …
Skirting Equality There is empathy for Asian Americans in The Crimson Kimono, the story traveling through Little Tokyo. A wide shot pans down to a Korean war cemetery for …