The flimsy extras verge on making this a barebones release.
Justin Kelly’s film is more interested in rushing through the narrative’s events than contemplating their environment.
Seidelman’s attempts to provide positive, alternative representations of marginalized people and problems is overly ambitious.
Twilight Time unleashes The Fury onto Blu-ray with a moderately successful upgrade in A/V quality and a paucity of extras.
Beautiful Creatures got us thinking about beautiful creatures of movies past—characters not quite human, but quite easy on the eyes.
A brick of a set clearly trying to out-super-duper all previous models. A little overkill? Why resist?
Whatever spurred Twilight Time to commit Steel Magnolias to a 3,000-disc run, the results look generally pretty good.
Legal Eagles is a comedy, if you believe its ad campaign, but it’s funny in all the wrong places.
It may have been too much movie for standard DVD, but not so for this Blu-ray release.
The film that brings Tarantino’s magnum opus full circle emotionally and thematically gets its definitive release-visually, at least.
Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner thrives thanks to its fundamental appropriation of noir elements.
Greed may be good, but this anniversary edition of Oliver Stone's humorless '80s satire is exceedingly generous with extras.
Oliver Stone’s attack on the excesses of the Me Decade could easily be dubbed Mr. Smith Goes to Wall Street.
The deleted scene included on this DVD is sure to whet everyone's whistle until the inevitable two-film box set arrives.