This summer’s box office smash, Wonder Woman, arrives on 4K UHD Blu-ray with a stunning transfer and reference-quality audio.
The Greeks had several majestic mythological tales about the origins and movements of the sun and moon in the sky, and now the French have come up with their own variations in Alexandre Heboyan and Benoît Philippon’s Mune: Guardian of the Moon.
20th Century Fox’s third Cinemascope release after the tremendous successes of The Robe and How to Marry a Millionaire was Robert D. Webb’s Beneath the 12-Mile Reef, a mediocre adventure tale that makes the most of its beautiful and atmospheric Florida location photography and its appealing cast.
It’s pretty inevitable that after eight years on the air, the freshness and zip in the writing and performing would have abated somewhat in any television show, and sadly that also applies to ABC’s Modern Family, still the network’s highest rated comedy series but one that is no longer the […]
A meat-and-potatoes western dealing with the extended aftermath of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, John Sturges’ Hour of the Gun is a gritty, fairly humorless western, much more interested in presenting the reality of the Old West rather than a fantasy version of it.
RED, based on a series of DC comic books, is an often hilarious action-comedy about retired CIA agents who are slated to be retired permanently. This is quite possibly Bruce Willis’ best movie of the current decade.
Filmed and almost completed and then scrapped, partially rewritten, and recast in three major roles, September still didn’t please its writer-director Woody Allen, and it’s easy to see why.
Raoul Walsh’s Gun Fury is a fairly standard western in most respects with its good guys versus bad guys and filled with all of the tropes of the genre.
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One of the few shining gems of the 2016-2017 television season was NBC’s This Is Us, the story of four generations of an American family as they walk, run, strut, and stumble through life, love, career, birth, and death.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of the Arthurian legend, is an incoherent mess that it’s no wonder audiences almost completely ignored the film during its theatrical run.
Based on Dav Pilkey’s wild series of children’s books focusing on a bonkers superhero, David Soren’s Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie will likely delight the smaller fry in your house while trying the patience of anyone above puberty.
It has been said that the most painful thing to watch is a comedy that has little to no laughs. The big-screen version of Baywatch is just that, and probably explains why it was one of the summer’s biggest box office disappointments.
Despite its overly familiar formula, NBC’s Chicago Justice deserved a better fate, a compelling carbon copy of Law & Order that featured just as fine acting, writing, and production as the original series.
The Cabin in the Woods arrives on 4K UHD Blu-ray with an upscaled Dolby Vision HDR transfer and Dolby Atmos audio, making for a fun ride at home.
To help commemorate the film’s 35th Anniversary and as a tie-in to the upcoming theatrical release of Blade Runner 2049, Warner Bros. has released Blade Runner: The Final Cut on 4K UHD Blu-ray, utilizing the 4K digital intermediate and upgrading the audio to Dolby Atmos. Although there has been some […]