Not as ambitious a production as Days of Future Past nor as emotional as First Class, Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse still manages to stack and shuffle its multiple X-Men characters who must yet again face a force determined to bring the known world to the brink of extinction.
You can’t call a film by the Wachowski’s visually boring, and their latest, Jupiter Ascending, certainly is pretty to look at. Unfortunately, there’s not much else there, a story with so many plot holes you can drive a truck through and a hero (Mila Kunis as the title character) that could […]
Movie-goers may have ignored Guillermo del Toro’s big budget rock -em sock ’em giant monsters (kaiju) versus giant robots (jaeger) apocalyptic epic, Pacific Rim, but positive word of mouth on the internet helped the film find its audience during second run engagements and home video. Warner’s new 4K UHD Blu-ray release […]
An interesting dichotomy between philosophies of living gives Matt Ross’ Captain Fantastic its unique personality and flavor.
The glories of Cinemascope were never better on display than in Jean Negulesco’s Boy on a Dolphin, a dramatic adventure featuring one of the world’s most picturesque stars, Sophia Loren, and with location filming off the Greek Isles and in Athens that is simply spectacular.
Time seems to have run out for the Ice Age franchise. The fifth entry in the series subtitled Collision Course offers the same slapstick situations and wacky characters mixed in with world-weary counterparts that the previous four films in the series have offered, but there’s very little that’s fresh here.
A solid crime drama of its era, The Laughing Policeman features excellent performances from Walter Matthau and Bruce Dern in an atmospheric production which vividly brings back memories of the 1970s.
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – The Cocoanuts – 1929; Animal Crackers – 1930; Monkey Business – 1931; Horse Feathers – 1932; Duck Soup – 1933 – Independence Day: Resurgence – 2016 – Strategic Air Command […]
Canyon Passage is an intelligent, adult western directed by Jacques Tourneur which features a stellar cast and outstanding cinematography.
One of the iconic actors of the Golden Age of Hollywood, Gregory Peck appeared in his fair share of classics, and Universal has bundled two of his outstanding movies from the 1960s into the Gregory Peck Centennial Collection.
Matthew Vaughn and his crew of filmmakers have done a smashing job of providing a credible and involving backstory for the mutants we know and love in X-Men: First Class.
Never has a movie received so much hostility and hatred from the internet, particularly from those who hadn’t even seen it yet, than Paul Feig’s remake/reboot of Ghostbusters. It was as if the pink slime from Ghostbusters 2 had oozed its way on to the internet. So much so that it prompted […]