Imagine having the power to change history. Journey with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to the 1960s with the release of 11.22.63 on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on August 9, 2016. Executive Produced by Emmy® winner J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lost), Stephen King (The Shining, The Shawshank Redemption, Stand By Me), Bridget […]
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There was a time when I used to say I was not a fan of submarine movies. I have since found that to be inaccurate, given how much I appreciate the ones considered to be the best and even some of the more average attempts. I believe it to come down more to whether or […]
Black Sea is a heist film with an interesting twist. It features Jude Law as a submarine captain, who is recruited to lead a crew of men in one submarine to the bottom of the Black Sea in order to recover lost Nazi gold from a sunken U-Boat. I have a review for this film […]
Marley is a documentary focused on Bob Marley’s life. The film is not about taking any sort of stance, it simply exists as a fascinating record of an influential figure, whose music has literally had an effect on the world. Following a limited theatrical release, accompanying its availability on VOD, the film is now available […]
One of the best reviewed films of the year and one I really wanted to see, but missed out on in theaters, Marley, is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD on August 7th. Marley is a documentary-biographical feature that covers the life of famed musician Bob Marley. Directed by Kevin MacDonald (Touching the Void, The […]
The Eagle presents a story about a soldier trying to redeem his family’s honor by retrieving a lost treasure of the Roman nation. It is also a buddy film that unites two unlikely friends. I would have liked to enjoy these two aspects of the film more if this film tried to make it more […]
2006 was a remarkable year in cinema, easily the best of the past decade. A year of dark, meaningful films, with remarkable performances; all of which were trumped by the astounding Forest Whitaker’s Oscar winning performance as Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in Kevin MacDonald’s The Last King of Scotland. Most actors find it easy to […]