Tag: millennium entertainment

Survivor (2015) Blu-ray Review

Milla Jovovich and Pierce Brosnan collide in this menial thriller Cheap, processed 9/11 fears fuel Survivor, a routine terrorism tale which finds Milla Jovovich running from a stone faced …

Accidental Love Blu-ray Review

An accident would explain this one Accidental Love – or Nailed before production messiness left the film in shambles – is nonsense. It was filmed in 2008 when America …

The Humbling Blu-ray Review

Al Pacino tries to make his own Birdman and fails Al Pacino stars as an over-the-hill actor slowly losing his identity in The Humbling, his mind lost in the …

The World Made Straight Blu-ray Review

Simple people, complex problems The World Made Straight sets near the Appalachians, using a cross-section of this population to weave a story of historical significance between an oppressively gorgeous …

By The Gun Blu-ray Review

A routine mafia thriller starring Ben Barnes and Harvey Keitel By The Gun is your standard mafia crime thriller, a decent direct-to-video film that does not have aspirations beyond …

88 Blu-ray Review

A particular brand of weirdness Unusual and abstract, the oft confusing (and confused) 88 is a thriller of blood and plenty of skin. Dressed with the scripting idea of …

Elsa & Fred Blu-ray Review

A grumpy man learns it is never too late to fall in love Two seniors discover it is never too late to discover love and romance in Elsa & …

Reach Me Blu-ray Review

Kickstarted flick may have Sylvester Stallone but that’s not enough Reach Me is so overloaded with bit parts and bit players and bit stories, it’s a wonder if the …

Stonehearst Asylum Blu-ray Review

A fine cast led by Ben Kingsley and Kate Beckinsale deliver in this Victorian thriller A young doctor in Victorian England arrives at a remote asylum seeking medical training, …