Simple and charming, Driveways focuses its story on regrets, using the time we have left, and bringing people together.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
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.
Mixing true war drama with volatile personalities, The Outpost capably shows modern combat from a variety of perspectives.
Although pulling together a stellar cast, Even Money crumbles into an anti-gambling PSA and soap opera-tier drama.
Guy Pearce takes over First Snow to contemplate life and mistakes, but it's not engaging to actually watch.
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.