Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall and an awesome AV presentation elevate this lengthy, legal drama.
Scarlett Johansson bent on revenge sounds like a great premise, but Luc Besson muddles the tale with outlandish twists and too much pseudoscience.
The Oscar nominee comes to Blu-ray with awesome AV, a few creepy characters, and enough whimsy for the whole family.
Director Richard Linklater put 12 years into this coming-of-age film -- and the end result was well worth the effort.
Too much cast and not enough good script spoils this dramedy based on Jonathan Tropper's 2009 novel.
The Turtles may be back, but the action in this reboot is kind of questionable.
Third time's a charm? Uh, well, hey, look! It's Harrison Ford! And Mel Gibson! And Wesley Snipes! Is it any good though? Uh, did we mention the Dolby Atmos?
This sequel packs in Frank Miller's dark style and a stellar cast, but leaves out the 2005 original's signature punch.
A family-friendly story, a few twists, and awesome AV take this DreamWorks franchise to even greater heights.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's final non-Hunger Games film role is a gripping display of talent that we'll never see the likes of again.