Warren Beatty's popular, Oscar-nominated comedy Heaven Can Wait hits Blu-ray with disappointing A/V results.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Adapting one of David Mamet's early stage plays for the screen, the star-studded ensemble Edmond is an unchecked mess depicting masculinity in crisis.
The landmark silent film The Shieik marked Rudolph Valentino's rise as a box office star and reminds everyone how far the art of cinema and filmmaking have come in …
Jennifer Hudson Becomes Aretha Franklin Respect is a richly rewarding biopic of singer Aretha Franklin, a music legend who first rose to fame in the turbulent 1960s. Hitting all …
Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire team up for a grand MGM-style musical in the dazzling Hollywood concoction, Funny Face.
Broken Diamonds is a warm and tender indie drama about family members living with schizophrenic relatives.
A winning Hollywood romance from the 50s, star Audrey Hepburn proves Roman Holiday was no fluke with Sabrina.
An overlong, genre turducken of a movie, Stillwater's pieces work, but never connect as a cohesive whole.
Tuhan Bay is great and the visual atmosphere never loses its grip, but Amazing Mr. X slogs to a finish.
A mostly heartfelt sports movie starring Keanu Reeves, Hardball is about an unpolished Little League team from the projects coming together.
Joan Crawford is immortalized as a bad mother in the biopic Mommie Dearest, based on her estranged daughter's tell-all book.
Bizarre, surreal, and wholly unique, Legend stands out for its risks if not its actual execution.