Tag: Lionsgate

Café Society Blu-ray Review

Woody Allen’s Café Society, another of his bittersweet ruminations on romantic roads not taken, echoes with memories of triumphs past, particularly Annie Hall and Manhattan, two films with similar love triangle scenarios. Discuss in the forums.

Now You See Me 2 UHD Review

The Horseman have been tasked with another maguffin in Now You See Me 2, taking the three remaining men and a new female member (Lizzy Caplan) to Macau. Unfortunately, what unfolds is forgettably predictable. Discuss in the forums.

Criminal Blu-ray Review

Criminal does the “transfer a dead man’s brain into a living person” genre better than most, but it’s still a rather silly premise that ultimately takes itself too seriously. Kevin Costner passed on the leading role in this film several times, and he should have stuck with his gut instinct. […]

The Divergent Series: Allegiant UHD Review

In what appears to be becoming a customary practice by Hollywood, the third and final novel in the Divergent series, Allegiant, has been split into two movies (the final film, now tentatively titled Ascendant, will arrive in theatres Spring 2017), and that may be stretching an already thin premise too thin. The third […]

Divergent UHD Review

Young Adult novels, regardless of the quality of their prose or originality, became a hot item in Hollywood after the success of the Twilight series. So it came as no real surprise that Summit, who hit gold with Twilight, quickly acquired The Divergent Series from author Veronica Roth. The first entry (and its […]