Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince sets up the big two-film finale like a chess match, with Dumbledore and Harry Potter searching for a weakness in Voldemort that they can exploit. Warner’s new 4K UHD release features a slight improvement in video and an upgraded audio track, and includes the […]
Man’s best friend? There won’t be any doubts about who occupies that position in Lasse Hallström’s version of the best-selling book A Dog’s Purpose.
Visionary sci-fi thrillers can be either superb (The Matrix, Ex Machina) or abysmal (Battlefield: Earth); sadly, Andrew Goth’s Mindgamers (originally titled DxM) falls into the latter category: a stupifyingly garbled and uninvolving futuristic adventure mixing religious philosophy with quantum physics in the hopes of finding a common ground.
Our Man in Havana is a droll, entertaining spoof of British Intelligence that is skillfully adapted by Graham Greene from his own novel and directed by Carol Reed. An added pleasure is the wonderful black & white location filming in Cuba by Oswald Morris, beautifully brought to Blu-ray by Twilight […]
Mid-life crisis hits many of us full-on and very hard, and that’s certainly the case in Woody Allen’s Another Woman, an outstanding production that presents several characters wrestling with the restlessness and dissatisfaction that can come to those who reach fifty.
Perhaps the first ever pop opera with through-sung dialogue amid a sprinkling of haunting melodies, Jacques Demy’s The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Les Parapluies de Cherbourg) is a special kind of musical treat.
The third collaboration between director William Wyler and star Audrey Hepburn, How to Steal a Million might not have the poignant effervescence of their Roman Holiday, but it’s a light and airy comic caper film with just the right touches of romance and nonsense.
Underworld: Blood Wars, the fifth and latest installment in the franchise, doesn’t exactly pick up where the previous installment ended, and that’s only part of what’s wrong with this entry in a franchise that is getting long in the tooth.
Writer-director Billy Wilder’s view of human nature takes on an even sourer tone in his 1966 comedy The Fortune Cookie.
Sony Selects Video & Audio Center to Introduce Bravia Organic LED (OLED) 4K TVs with World’s First Acoustic Surface Technology Where Sound Comes Directly From Entire Screen. Completely Immersive Audio Complements Unprecedented Picture for Ultimate Home Television Experience What: Sony is introducing a revolution in sound via the world’s first […]
Dallas Jenkins’ The Resurrection of Gavin Stone is a completely predictable if not unengaging faith-based comedy-drama.
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A documentary which offers enlightened perspectives on global warming and the necessity for using sustainable energy, Fisher Stevens’ Before the Flood delivers its message with facts at the forefront and emotions tempered and reasonable.
Michael Keaton was was largely ignored by the Academy for his role as Ray Kroc in The Founder , which was a shame, as it is probably his best performance of his career. The film is a fascinating story of how the McDonald brothers revolutionized the food industry and how one man made […]
Robert Stevenson’s silly, rambunctious fantasy comedy Blackbeard’s Ghost continues the good-natured spirit of Walt Disney’s family comedies of the 1960s even if the movie’s premise sometimes doesn’t paint its characters with much intelligence and the goal seems always that slapstick be the order of the day.
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