Famed author C.S. Lewis (Anthony Hopkins) finds a surprising connection with Joy Gresham (Debra Winger) in the quietly affecting drama Shadowlands
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A rudimentary "moral killer" story fills The Replacement Killers, a so-so homage to Hong Kong action cinema.
Equal parts manic and hilarious, The Paper brilliantly captures the American newspaper's last moments before the digital age.
A quiet mistaken identity/crime caper comedy, Safe Men is held up by its cast and their cleverly written personalities.
While the humor styles of Stone/Parker and David Zucker clash, Baseketball offers comedic barbs a plenty.
Cross My Heart is delightfully authentic almost to a fault, but it's captivating when capturing the nuances of an early relationship.
A one-joke buddy comedy has its charms, but Pure Luck lacks the precise timing needed to reach anywhere near classic status.
The classic sitcom I Dream of Jeannie starring Barbara Eden is funny as it ever was but receives a putrid video transfer from Mill Creek.
Side Out is a passable, breezy sports movie from the early 1990s about the emerging pro beach volleyball scene.
Sloppy and stuffed with exposition, The Skulls doesn't aim higher than a pedestrian teen thriller with preposterous storytelling.
The star-driven Splitting Heir's funniest bits are provided by John Cleese and Barbara Hershey but laughs are few.
Casual Sex is a mildly amusing comedy from the 80s about sex and the perils of casual dating from a female perspective, starring Lea Thompson and Victoria Jackson.