The filmmakers fail to realize that the darkest horror here doesn’t lie in the triumph of true evil.
Jordan’s deft control of pace and tone elevates the film past mere gimmickry.
It may look like a dream, but it plays like someone reading a congressional report on corporate finagling out loud.
Sony’s insistent to let fans have their webs and sling them too and the high-flying 4K Blu-ray does precisely that.
Paramount’s Blu-ray has both brawn and brains, but as a reboot, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a largely retrograde mission.
The narrative doesn’t want for ambition, but Marc Webb proves unwilling, or incapable, of making this unwieldy story feel like anything but a deluge of backstory.
In keeping his actors on his sober-yet-buoyant plane, Kenneth Branagh presents a convincing romance that doesn’t stall the film’s brisk clip.
A frothy mixture of costume drama and soap opera, Neil Jordan’s show brandishes moral outrage and a blunt understanding of politics.
One of the most accomplished American dramas of the 1990s arrives on Blu-ray sporting a suitably exceptional A/V transfer.
Changeling announces itself as an autopsy of an expansive body of lies that it never actually performs.
David Twohy’s mega-budgeted The Chronicles of Riddick is an extravagant orgy of used sci-fi parts.
Skip this one and pop in that Criterion edition of Hard-Boiled for the real deal.