If you're making a choice of a movie to see this weekend, steer clear of this one.
Based on the real life of Eddie Mannix, who was at one time general manager of the vast MGM Studios, the movie is a kind of tongue-in-cheek love story to the glamorous days of an old-fashioned Hollywood.
Five ex-priests and an ex-nun fight for their emotional lives in a small seaside town in Chile, while a Vatican envoy seeks to uproot their survival.
"Show me a hero, F. Scott Fitzgerald said. "And I'll write you a tragedy." That's what Lisa Belkin did, and her nonfiction book is the basis for this six-part HBO miniseries.
Think Twilight Time trucks only in reissues of decades-old gems that might otherwise be underserved? Think again. With this release, the company shows itself to be both modern and hip.
Director Mark Robson adapts the potboiling John O'Hara novel and Leo Tover provides lush, richly colorful cinematography for a film about the post-war boom and its discontents.
"Freehold" available now on Blu-ray explores LGBTQ history as it happened in this "inspiring...uplifting" film featuring the magnificent Julianne Moore and Ellen Page in the performances of their lives reflective of many of ours.
Soon an army of Stine's Goosebumps creatures - including murderous lawn gnomes, a raging Abominable Snowman and a huge and hungry Praying Mantis - are rampaging through Madison.
Vin Diesel does his best to act like Vin Diesel in a new Lionsgate Blu-ray release that generated little interest when released to theaters.
Two fathers face the heartbreaking necessity of sending their young daughter away to safety in director Mike Buonaiuto's short sci-fi film.