This edition boasts a strong collection of extras, but that can’t make up for the 4K scan’s imperfections.
It arrives on home video ready for canonization as a new family-friendly classic, and this Blu-ray transfer immaculately reflects its inviting warmth.
The film makes its Blu-ray debut with a clean, colorful transfer from Lionsgate’s recently inaugurated Vestron Video Collector’s Series imprint.
Florence Foster Jenkins champions coddling people like Jenkins and treats critical thinking as the enemy.
Temperamentally, Guy Ritchie aligns more with the lithe, James Bond-like Solo: detached, above-it-all, eternally cool under pressure.
A somewhat amusing yet trite example of the modern-day screwball comedy.
An average romantic comedy emboldened by a great Drew Barrymore performance.
Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant should work with each other more often.
Woody Allen has grown up a lot since Take the Money and Run and it shows.