Tag Archive for 'Barry Levinson'

The Wizard of Lies (Blu-ray Review)

Inmate #61727054. Surely that’s a number that proves irrelevant to most of us. We live in a land where prisoners are more than abundant. However, some are more famous than others and few more so than inmate #61727054, better known as Bernard L. Madoff. Bernie Madoff lived up to his last name and ‘made off’ […]


Bandits (Blu-ray Review)

Academy Award winning talent – Cate Blanchett (Best Actress, Blue Jasmine), Billy Bob Thornton (Best Screenplay, Sling Blade), and Barry Levinson (Best Director, Rain Man) – join forces in the criminally funny Bandits.  Barry Levinson (Rain Man) mines cinematic gold in Bandits, starring Cate Blanchett, Bruce Willis (The Sixth Sense) and Billy Bob Thornton. Evoking […]


‘The Humbling’ on Blu-ray & DVD March 3rd!

Alchemy is proud to announce the home entertainment release of the dramedy, THE HUMBLING. Directed by Academy Award® award Barry Levinson (Rain Man), the film features Academy Award® winner Al Pacino (The Godfather trilogy, Dog Day Afternoon, Scent of a Woman), Golden Globe®  nominee Greta Gerwig (Frances Ha, Greenberg), Tony Award® winner Nina Arianda(Venus in Fur) Academy Award® winner Dianne Wiest (Bullets Over Broadway, Hannah and Her […]


Brandon’s Blu-ray Wishlist – March 6, 2014

“Suck it, Julia Roberts!” this week’s wishlist entry is going out to Cate Blanchett.  In honor of the actress picking up her second Academy Award on Sunday (first for the Best Actress category), I’ve decided to dedicate this week’s pick to one of my favorite roles of hers in a favorite film of mine.  What […]


The Disturbing Horror Story, ‘The Bay’ Arrives March 5

Coming this March to DVD and Digital Download, The Bay, from director Barry Levinson (Rain Man).  I missed my chance to see this film, when it was in limited release and have not yet tried to rent it OnDemand, but now I wont have to worry about missing it, come March 5, 2013.  From what […]


Rain Man (Blu-ray Review)

This improbable pairing of Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise as brothers in a movie about autism seemed like an unlikely contender for success, but it not only succeeded both commercially and critically, but it also won four Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and a well-deserved Best Actor award for Dustin […]