The support group that Claire (Jennifer Aniston) attends to help her deal with the chronic pain she suffers after surviving a car accident just isn't working out for her. Much more effective is a whole lot of medication.
Jason Robert Brown's famous experimental musical "The Last Five Years," where a couple sings through their five year relationship in opposing chronological order, comes to live with the talented Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan.
Ripe in time for summer fling summer season, this Strand Releasing DVD arrives.
Fans of "Goodfellas," one of the greatest gangster movies put to the screen, now have the long awaited 4K remaster from the original camera negative to better preserve this stunning piece of motion picture art.
The 2D version of the film (which was never shown theatrically) is worth viewing as well: You lose the bravura effects, but the vibrancy only grows.
The first film by Jean-Pierre Melville tells a story of the Nazi occupation through the eyes of an old man and his niece.
Not much is known about Lionsgate's latest horror DVD release, and the lack of fanfare works in its favor.
"Avengers: Age of Ulton" suffers from a bad case of sequelitis.
I was completely enamored by this enchanting record of this very talented man and his team creating works of art that would be admired by so many, and worn by so few.
Thanks to this disc, the big-screen-ness of "Solomon" is retained -- even on the small screen.