Brad Anderson’s Beirut shows how espionage might appeal to the sort of masochist who’s also an adrenaline addict.
The flawless A/V transfer of Disney’s Blu-ray fully translates the film's aesthetic beauty.
This is an often beautiful film, unmistakably the work of a great director but also a clearly compromised one.
Rogue One at least creates its own character dynamics and plot routes rather than coasts on existing ones.
The film comes to Blu-ray armed with a superb A/V transfer and a solid packing of extras from Universal.
Jason Reitman’s Juno, they tell us, is a possible spoiler in the Best Picture race, but few seem to think its director stands a chance of winning here.
A George Clooney-headlined drama that, for a time, effectively taps into a contemporary disgust with amoral corporate profiteering.
Paul Greengrass’s latest plops on the screen with lots of hi-fi energy but, strangely, very little feeling.
The film gives new resonance to why the first in a franchise is often dubbed the original.