Guy Pearce takes over First Snow to contemplate life and mistakes, but it's not engaging to actually watch.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Willing to confront Japan's own mistakes and America's actions equally, Hiroshima stands as a too-little seen document about war's brutality.
Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore ooze chemistry in the hauntingly romantic Ghost with humorous touches by director Jerry Zucker.
The Etruscan Smile is a tender, sentimental drama with a captivating Brian Cox performance elevating the fairly standard dramatic narrative.
The Prince is a sexually explicit coming-of-age tale for a young man in prison that explores dark themes and unflinching violence.
Street Survivors is a decent, if self-serving, dramatic account of the crash that killed members of Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1997.
Romy Schneider's searing portrayal highlights the complex and disturbing portrait of twisted love, L'important C'est D'aimer.
A plodding, generic Western with Neal Bledsoe and AnnaLynne McCord, A Soldier's Revenge runs too long.
German Filmmaker Fritz Lang's exotic pulp adventure film, Tiger of Eschnapur, set in India, dazzles with thrilling set pieces.
Elvis Presley's most capable dramatic performance headlines the entertaining musical drama, King Creole, from Michael Curtiz.
Kirsten Dunst plays a superb Marie Antoinette in this gorgeous costume drama outfitted with modern touches like a rock soundtrack and sympathetic storytelling.
The uneven coming-of-age character drama Unintended lacks the dramatic spark it needs.