Denzel Washington directs a stellar stage-to-screen adaption of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winner, the third midcentury story in his 10-work cycle.
With one of the most thrilling action finales ever committed to film, Don Siegel's "Edge of Eternity" (1959) utilizes size and scale in ways that modern blockbusters will envy yet never replicate.
Malick's latest plays like an overlong perfume ad about couples who can't stop spinning and touching things.
Disney's latest Princess movie is a winsome, celebratory feast for the eyes that continues to pave the way for Girl Power.
This glacially-based thriller about a serial killer who throws his victims in an icy lake is undone by the director's choice to film everything in slow motion.
This tale as old as time and song as old as rhyme could've used a little reinvigoration. Alas, unlike "Cinderella" or "The Jungle Book," this live action version of an animated classic just feels like carbon copy karaoke.
Natalie Portman earned her Best Leading Actress Oscar nomination for her thoughtful, layered work in the biopic about "the mother of two kids but also of the whole country."
The film adaptation of Stephen King's novel came to the masses in 1984, barely broke even at the box office, but now comes to life in high-definition.
François Ozon sets aside quirky humor for art house drama with a story about changeable hearts and uncertain truths. Quelle triste, and tres French!
The Blu-ray release of "Elle" has little more than its own strengths as a film to sell you on the home release. It's enough, and more than enough.