This slightly ponderous movie tells the true story of an American academic under attack by a Holocaust denier who maneuvers the situation such that she must do the near-impossible: Prove that the Holocaust actually happened.
We know that the rig is doomed to fireball status. Director Peter Berg makes getting there a suspenseful journey, while imparting a sober lesson and delivering an old-school disaster movie.
This 2015 Best of Tribeca film documents cleric Abdul Aziz Ghazi attempting another partition, radicalizing poor Pakistani youth with fundamentalist interpretations of Islam against their moderate Muslim neighbors.
Brendan Toller's engaging documentary about the unlikely music maven who shepherded rock and punk into mainstream culture.
The Galinafiakis, Wiig, McKInnon, Jones, Sudekis, Wilson all-star vehicle, which is based on a true story, fails to master tone or the funny bone, which might explain why it sat on the shelf for so long.
When 500 years of marriage is enough, call on Dr. Sigmund Freud for help.
When a film so small feels so big, it's such a great thing to see how it all came together. "The Fits" on Blu-ray truly delivers.
Silly and stupid, though quite funny, "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping" comes to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital with a wealth of equally inane bonus content.
If Los Angeles is as evil as depicted in Amazon Studio's new film, I never want to go there.
Sony Pictures new Blu-ray is just the latest in the never-ending shark attack horror movie genre.