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August 28, 2015 - Citizenfour, 2014's winner of the Best Documentary Feature Oscar, is now on Blu-ray. Laura Poitras' film provides front row access to the historic news-making leak of classified documents on NSA surveillance from former CIA employee Edward Snowden. The Weinstein/Anchor Bay Blu-ray includes Q & A panels from The New York Times and the New York Film Festival, deleted scenes, and Laura Poitras' New York Times op-doc. Full review.
Expanding in theaters today, Mistress America tells the story of a college freshman (Lola Kirke) who becomes fast friends with the cosmopolitan 30-year-old daughter (Greta Gerwig) of her mother's fiancι. The indie comedy is directed by Noah Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale), who wrote it with Gerwig, his Frances Ha star and co-writer. Our review.
August 26, 2015 - Two Days, One Night earned Marion Cotillard an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Written and directed by the Dardenne brothers, the 2014 Belgian drama tells the story of a woman who tries to convince her co-workers to sacrifice their annual bonus to keep her job. Now available, Criterion's Blu-ray includes interviews with the directors and Cotillard, a 1979 documentary from the directors, and more. Our review.
August 24, 2015 - Universal has announced that Jurassic World, the biggest blockbuster of 2015 and third highest-grossing film of all time domestically and worldwide, will come to home video in October. The reboot to the studio's dinosaur adventure franchise will be available in Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray combo packs on October 20th with a number of exclusive bonus features nineteen days after being made available on Digital HD. See the press release for cover art, full details, and site-supporting preorders.
August 23, 2015 - The Runner stars Nicolas Cage as a Louisiana congressman who gains attention in 2010 for his criticisms of the BP oil spill. Just as he's about to mount a Senate run, the politician is brought down by scandal and compelled to resign. Co-starring Sarah Paulson ("American Horror Story"), Connie Nielsen, and Peter Fonda, this R-rated limited release drama hits Blu-ray this week from Alchemy. Read the review.
August 22, 2015 - Our newest review covers the North American Blu-ray debut of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. This landmark 1967 film introduces a pair of lifelong liberals (Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn) to the African American man (Sidney Poitier) their daughter (Katharine Houghton) intends to marry. Nominated for ten Academy Awards and winning for Original Screenplay and Best Actress, this American Film Institute-recognized drama reaches high definition from Twilight Time with a new historians' audio commentary, over an hour of featurettes, award acceptance videos, original trailers, an isolated score and an essay booklet. Our full review.
August 21, 2015 - Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes, and Hugo Weaving star in Strangerland, a new Australian mystery film now on Blu-ray and DVD. Kidman and Fiennes play the parents of two teenaged children who go missing in the family's new desert town. Alchemy's Blu-ray includes two making-of featurettes plus the trailer. Full review.
August 18, 2015 - Now available, the Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection gathers 12 shorts from the past 15 years, including recent Oscar winners Feast and Paperman, nominees Lorenzo and Get a Horse!, and the spin-off tales Tangled Ever After, Frozen Fever, and Prep & Landing: Operation: Secret Santa. The shorts are presented with filmmaker intros and joined by a featurette in Disney's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD edition. Our thorough review.
Our newest review covers The Casual Vacancy, the three-hour BBC/HBO miniseries adapted from J.K. Rowling's 2012 novel. It tells the story of an English village whose divided parish council has an opening after the death of a respected neighborhood figure. With a large ensemble cast including Michael Gambon, Simon McBurney, and Julia McKenzie, this unrated adult-oriented production is now available from Warner in a Blu-ray + Digital HD edition that holds over 30 minutes of making-of featurettes. Full review.
August 14, 2015 - Disney has announced a November 3rd DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D release for Inside Out. Pixar's latest acclaimed blockbuster will be joined by audio commentary and the short Lava on DVD, plus deleted scenes and a host of making-of featurettes in two Blu-ray combo packs. The movie will be available on Disney Movies Anywhere three weeks early and with a few exclusive bonus features. See the press release for cover art, full details, and more.
In theaters today, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. turns a forgotten '60s TV series into a characteristic Guy Ritchie action movie. Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) and Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger) star as rivals forced to work together along with a German mechanic (Alicia Vikander) to prevent an organization from developing nuclear weapons. Full movie review.
August 13, 2015 - Alan Rickman (the Harry Potter series, Die Hard) directs, co-writes, and acts in A Little Chaos, a costume drama that sees a widowed landscape designer (Kate Winslet) going to work and falling for a renowned landscape artist (Matthias Schoenaerts) while they work on Versailles in the 17th century. This romance is now on Blu-ray with Digital HD. Our review.
August 11, 2015 - From producer Steven Spielberg and Gremlins director Joe Dante, the 1987 sci-fi comedy Innerspace shrinks down a Navy pilot (Dennis Quaid) and injects him into the bloodstream of a grocery store cashier (Martin Short). Co-starring Meg Ryan, this Fantastic Voyage-inspired adventure has come to Blu-ray with audio commentary and its theatrical trailer. Read our review.
August 10, 2015 - The action-comedy Hot Pursuit stars Reese Witherspoon as a by-the-book San Antonio police officer and Sofia Vergara as the wife of a drug cartel associate about to turn informant. The two dissimilar women find themselves on the run without a clear ally in this film from director Anne Fletcher (The Proposal). Available tomorrow, Warner's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack includes an alternate ending and behind-the-scenes featurettes. Our review.
August 9, 2015 - Our newest DVD review looks at Disney Channel's Descendants. In this widely-viewed latest original movie, the teenaged children of Disney villains Maleficent, Cruella De Vil, Jafar, and the Evil Queen are granted permission to join the offspring of heroes and heroines at Auradon Prep. Now available, Disney's DVD includes "#Mal", behind-the-scenes dance rehearsals, a brief sneak peek at the upcoming animated "Descendants: Wicked World" shorts, and bloopers. Full review.
August 8, 2015 - Toy Story That Time Forgot, the second of ABC's two Toy Story TV specials will come to Blu-ray and DVD on November 3rd. The Blu-ray + Digital HD edition will include behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, audio commentary, and more. See the press release for cover art, preorders, and full details.
August 7, 2015 - We have reviews of three new films opening or expanding in theaters today. First up, Fox's Fantastic Four reboot has been plagued by bad buzz for a while and it hits fever pitch today with some of the worst reviews hurled at a big budget film since The Last Airbender. Chronicle director Josh Trank gives us an origin story of the group that develops powers through a mishap on
an outer space adventure an interdimensional exploration. The film stars Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards, Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) as Johnny Storm, Kate Mara (Transcendence) as Sue Storm, Jamie Bell (Billy Elliott) as Ben Grimm, and Toby Kebbell as Victor von Doom. Our review is one of the kindest you'll read.
Next, Dark Places adapts the second novel of Gone Girl author/screenwriter Gillian Flynn. This pitch black mystery stars Charlize Theron as a woman who as a child survived and witnessed her Kansas family's massacre. A group of true crime enthusiasts (led by X-Men's Nicholas Hoult) encourages her to reconsider the testimony she gave that put her brother (Corey Stoll) in jail for the murders. Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Sarah's Key) adapts and directs this suspense thriller. Review.
Finally, expanding to 36 theaters today, the acclaimed independent film The End of the Tour dramatizes the Midwestern road trip that David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) and author David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) shared in the winter of 1996 for a Rolling Stone interview. The guarded, acclaimed Wallace nervously opens up to the budding reporter in this dialogue-driven drama adapted from Lipsky's book by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies and directed by James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now). Full film review.
August 6, 2015 - Our coverage of this week's many new discs continues with a Blu-ray review of Madame Bovary. The latest in a long line of adaptations of Gustave Flaubert's 19th century novel, this period drama tells the story of a dissatisfied wife (Mia Wasikowska) of a French country doctor. From the writer-director of Cold Souls, this limited theatrical release co-stars Rhys Ifans and features Paul Giamatti. Full Blu-ray review.
August 4, 2015 - Our newest review covers today's Blu-ray debut of Free Willy. The 1993 family blockbuster about a troubled orphan (Jason James Richter) who befriends a troubled Orca hits high definition with four short bonus features, including a Michael Jackson music video, in tow. Full review.
August 3, 2015 - Adapted from Laura Lippman's bestselling novel, the mystery/suspense film Every Secret Thing tells the story of an infant's disappearance and the two teenaged girls (Danielle Macdonald and Dakota Fanning) who are questioned based on a similar incident from their childhood. Directed by Oscar-nominated documentarian Amy Berg and featuring Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks, this limited theatrical release hits DVD tomorrow with four deleted scenes. Our review.
August 2, 2015 - The indie comedy Adult Beginners stars Nick Kroll ("The League") as a entrepreneur whose tech start-up goes bust, leaving him to crash with his estranged, pregnant sister (Rose Byrne), her husband (Bobby Cannavale), and their three year-old son. Available on Tuesday, the Radius-TWC/Anchor Bay Blu-ray includes a 10-minute making-of featurette. Our review.
Our coverage of this week's many new discs begins with the Blu-ray debut of Blast from the Past. This 1999 romantic comedy stars Brendan Fraser as a young man who has spent the first 35 years of his life in a fallout shelter with his paranoid parents (Christopher Walken, Sissy Spacek). This Adam gets a crash course from Eve (Alicia Silverstone) about modern Los Angeles. Warner's Blu-ray includes the film's original theatrical trailer. Full review.
August 1, 2015 - Our newest Blu-ray covers Criterion's recent release of The Black Stallion. Carroll Ballard's 1979 adaptation of Walter Farley's novel tells the story of a boy (Kelly Reno) who befriends and then trains a wild Arabic stallion after the two survive a shipwreck together. Co-starring an Oscar-nominated Mickey Rooney, Teri Garr, and Hoyt Axton, this G-rated drama that spawned a sequel, a prequel, and a TV series is joined by five of Ballard's early short films, new interviews of Ballard and cinematographer Caleb Deschanel, still photographs from production, and the trailer. Our thorough review.
July 31, 2015 - Now in theaters, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation sees the Impossible Missions Force disgraced and dissolved, leaving Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his colleagues (Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames) to try to thwart the Syndicate on their own. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher), who wrote the screenplay with Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3), this exciting fifth installment in the spy action series opens nationwide to glowing reviews today. Here's our critique.
Expanding in theaters today is Irrational Man, Woody Allen's film for 2015. It stars Joaquin Phoenix as a world-weary philosophy professor who catches the eye of both a student (Emma Stone) and a faculty member (Parker Posey) while discovering a challenge to make him feel alive. Our film review.
Recent Film Reviews:
Vacation - Revives the National Lampoon's comedy film franchise, with Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) taking his wife (Christina Applegate) and two sons (Steele Stebbins and Skyler Gisondo) on a road trip to California's Wally World theme park, just like the one his family took thirty years ago. Also featuring Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Leslie Mann, and Chris Hemsworth, this R-rated sequel is written and directed by Horrible Bosses scribes Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley.
Ant-Man - Closing the second phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this adventure sees ex-con Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) transformed into a hero with the help of a suit that can shrink him down to the size of a bug. Co-starring Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll, and Bobby Cannavale, the film is directed by Peyton Reed (The Break-Up) and written by Edgar Wright and others.
Pixels - Adapted from the 2010 online short of the same name, this 3D sci-fi action comedy sees classic arcade characters attacking the world, leaving video gamers of the '80s (Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Josh Gad, and Peter Dinklage) to try to save us. Directed by Chris Columbus, the film co-stars Michelle Monaghan, Brian Cox, and Sean Bean.
Southpaw - Stars Jake Gyllenhaal as an undefeated light heavyweight champion boxer who loses everything and struggles to win some of it back. Written by "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter and directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day), this dark drama co-stars Forest Whitaker, Naomie Harris, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Oona Laurence, and Rachel McAdams.
Terminator Genisys - Revisits and reworks some of the lore of the sci-fi action franchise launched by James Cameron's 1984 film. In 2029, John Connor (Jason Clarke) sends back Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke), only to find that she already has a guardian in the form of the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger). Alan Taylor ("Game of Thrones", Thor: The Dark World) directs this fifth installment, penned by Shutter Island's Laeta Kalogridis and Dracula 2000's Patrick Lussier.
Infinitely Polar Bear - This indie dramedy stars Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana as heads of a destitute interracial family in 1978 Boston. While Maggie (Saldana) is attending business school in New York, bipolar Cam (Ruffalo) tries to raise their two young daughters single-handedly. The autobiographical tale is written and directed by Maya Forbes.
Inside Out - Set inside the mind of a young girl, Pixar Animation Studios' first original movie in three years centers on the five emotions -- Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust -- that control her mood. This imaginative adventure is the best film of 2015 so far.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - An independent dramedy that won both Audience Award and Grand Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Adapted from Jesse Andrews' novel, the film centers on senior year of high school for two moviemaking friends and a classmate diagnosed with leukemia.
Jurassic World - With Isla Nublar now flourishing as a functional amusement park, two brothers visit their Aunt Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), while she oversees some worst case scenarios when a genetically engineered, ridiculously advanced, highly dangerous hybrid dinosaur gets loose. Also starring Chris Pratt, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, and Jake Johnson, this sequel/reboot opens to enormous commercial expectations and lightly favorable reviews.
Tomorrowland - This original sci-fi adventure written by director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, The Iron Giant) and "Lost" creator Damon Lindelof centers on a teenaged girl (Britt Robertson) who obtains a pin with the power to teleport her to a promising future different than the one her planet currently faces. George Clooney and Hugh Laurie also appear in this PG-rated Disney movie.
Avengers: Age of Ultron - Marvel's superhero dream team returns in full, this time facing a peace-keeping artificial intelligence program that intends to keep peace by wiping out humanity. Besides ushering in change for the franchise's roster, the sequel introduces enhanced siblings the Maximoffs.
Recent Blu-ray and DVD Reviews:
Justice League: Gods and Monsters (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - The latest entry to the long line of DC Universe original animated movies gives us an alternate reality where Superman is the son of General Zod, Batman is a bit of a vampire, and Wonder Woman has her husband killed on her wedding day. This PG-13 effort is joined by two episodes of past DC Comics animated series, two making-of featurettes, an old featurette on "The New Gods", and a sneak peek at Batman: Bad Blood.
The Water Diviner (Blu-ray) - Russell Crowe makes his narrative directing feature debut on a drama that stars him as an Australian man looking for his three sons' remains in Gallipoli four years after the World War I battle. Co-starring Olga Kurylenko as a war-widowed hotel owner, this limited release R-rated drama hits Blu-ray with two making-of featurettes and Digital HD with UltraViolet.
Burying the Ex (Blu-ray) - Director Joe Dante (Gremlins, The 'Burbs, Small Soldiers, Innerspace) returns to horror-comedy. Anton Yelchin plays Max, a Los Angeles man whose live-in girlfriend (Ashley Greene) dies before he can break up with her. Death proves to be but a doorway, when she rises from the grave, instantly complicating Max's new romance with an ice cream shop owner (Alexandra Daddario).
What We Do in the Shadows (Blu-ray) - Written and directed by Jemaine Clement ("Flight of the Conchords") and Taika Waititi (Eagle vs. Shark), this iniversally acclaimed New Zealand mockumentary looks at life for centuries-old vampires sharing a house in a suburb of Wellington. Paramount's Blu-ray includes a commentary by the writers-directors-stars, deleted scenes, character interviews, and the original half-hour 2005 short on which the film is based.
My Beautiful Laundrette (Criterion Collection Blu-ray) - Directed by Stephen Frears (Philomena), this 1985 British drama features an early performance by Daniel Day-Lewis as a Cockney street punk who helps a friend/lover revive a decrepit London laundromat. Criterion's BD includes brand new interviews with Frears, Oscar-nominated writer Hanif Kureishi, producers Tim Bevan and Sarah Radclyffe, and cinematographer Oliver Stapleton as well as the trailer and an essay booklet.
July 17, 2015 - Our newest Blu-ray review covers Ex Machina, the directorial debut of 28 Days Later screenwriter Alex Garland. This sci-fi thriller send a young programmer (Domhnall Gleeson) to the remote research facility of a brilliant, wealthy search engine founder (Oscar Isaac), whose work with artificial intelligence (Alicia Vikander) he puts to the test. Now available, Lionsgate's Blu-ray + Digital HD edition includes a 40-minute making-of documentary, an hour-long Q & A session from SXSW, and an additional half-hour of behind-the-scenes vignettes. Our review.
July 16, 2015 - Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart, and Chloλ Grace Moretz star in Clouds of Sils Maria. Binoche plays Maria Enders, a 40-year-old accomplished stage and screen actress who signs up for a revival of the play that made her famous, this time in the elder lead's role. Released theatrically by IFC, this drama written and directed by France's Olivier Assayas hit DVD this week from Paramount with no extras. Our review.
July 14, 2015 - Dawn Patrol stars The Longest Rider's Scott Eastwood (son of Clint) as a California surfer who exacts revenge for a family tragedy and ends up a remorseful Navy man. Co-starring Rita Wilson, Kim Matula, and Jeff Fahey, this unrated drama directed by Beverly Hills Cop writer Daniel Petrie Jr. is available on DVD today from Alchemy. Full review.
July 13, 2015 - One of 2015's best-reviewed films, the low-budget horror movie It Follows sees Jay (Maika Monroe) slowly, silently pursued by an otherworldly presence resembling various people. Written and directed by David Robert Mitchell, this word-of-mouth Dimension Films hit comes to Blu-ray with a critics' audio commentary, an interview of composer Disasterpeace, the trailer, a poster gallery, and Digital HD. Don't miss our review.
Our coverage of this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases begins with a look at Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, an untimely follow-up to the hit 2009 Kevin James comedy. In it, the hefty Segway-riding security guard heads to Las Vegas for a convention and also finds high-tech criminals with a theft plot he must stop. Sony's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack includes a gag reel, deleted scenes, a photo gallery, and eight making-of featurettes. Read our review.
July 9, 2015 - The drama Woman in Gold tells the true story of the crusade led by Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren) and Randy Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds) to have a famous Klimt painting restored to the family of the Austrian Jew it depicts. Directed by My Week with Marilyn's Simon Curtis and co-starring Daniel Brόhl, this Weinstein film is now available to own in a Blu-ray + Digital HD which includes an audio commentary, a making-of featurette, a 2015 press conference at the Neue Galerie in New York, and a trailer for the kindred documentary Stealing Klimt. Our review.
July 7, 2015 - Twenty years after its theatrical release, Virtuosity hits Blu-ray for the first time today. This 1995 thriller stars Denzel Washington as a former LAPD detective convicted of murder who is let out of prison to track down an artificially intelligent madman (Russell Crowe) digitally programmed with the personalities of 200 serial killers. Co-starring Kelly Lynch, this Paramount movie hits high definition from Warner. Read our review.
Our newest Blu-ray review looks at State of Grace, a 1990 drama centering on a young man (Sean Penn) who returns to the Irish-American New York crime family he used to run with. Featuring Ed Harris, Gary Oldman, and Robin Wright, this Orion Pictures film has hit Blu-ray from Twilight Time with an audio commentary by director Phil Joanou, an isolated track of Ennio Morricone's score, and the original trailer. Full review.
Chappie (Blu-ray + Digital HD) - The third sci-fi action film from District 9 and Elysium writer-director Neill Blomkamp tells the story of a rejected police robot given sentience and then raised by a pair of South African gangsters (rap-rave duo Die Antwoord). Also featuring Dev Patel, Sigourney Weaver, and Hugh Jackman, the R-rated flop is joined by an alternate ending, an extended scene, and over an hour of featurettes in Sony's set.
Vanilla Sky (Blu-ray) - Cameron Crowe's hit 2001 English language remake of the Spanish film Abre los Ojos stars Tom Cruise as a New York publisher whose life is turned upside down after falling in love with a dancer (Penιlope Cruz, reprising her role), this reality-bending romantic drama hits high definition with a new alternate ending edit (complete with an updated audio commentary), over a half-hour of deleted scenes, and a bevy of bonuses from the days of DVD.
Danny Collins (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - The directorial debut of seasoned screenwriter Dan Fogelman (Crazy, Stupid, Love., Last Vegas, Tangled) tells the story of a popular aging rock star (Al Pacino) whose life is changed by receiving a handwritten letter from John Lennon penned more than forty years ago. Co-starring Christopher Plummer, Jennifer Garner, Annette Bening, and Bobby Cannavale, this R-rated limited release drama hits home video this week with a making-of featurette and album cover gallery in Universal's combo pack.
Survivor (Blu-ray) - This PG-13 spy thriller pits an American security officer (Milla Jovovich) against an international assassin (Pierce Brosnan). From V for Vendetta director James McTeigue, the film co-starring Dylan McDermott, Angela Bassett, and Robert Forster is joined by deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, and the trailer.
Run All Night (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - Action thriller stars Liam Neeson as Jimmy Conlon, a longtime New York hitman who finds himself on the run after saving the life of his estranged son (Joel Kinnaman). Ed Harris, Vincent D'Onofrio, Nick Nolte, and Common co-star in this R-rated film from director Jaume Collet-Sera (Unknown, Non-Stop). Warner's combo pack includes two making-of featurettes and 16 minutes of deleted/extended scenes.
Wild Tales (Blu-ray) - A nominee for the 2014 Foreign Language Film Oscar, this Argentine anthology from writer-director Damiαn Szifrσn tells six stories involving revenge and retribution. Sony's Blu-ray includes a making-of documentary, Szifrσn's remarks at the Toronto International Film Festival, and the trailer.
My Dinner with Andre (Criterion Collection Blu-ray) - The 1981 film that sits down with Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory for a passionate dinner conversation in an upscale restaurant. Written by its stars and directed by Louis Malle (Atlantic City), this unconventional film is joined by 2009 interviews of its stage-seasoned actors and Shawn's 1982 BBC interview of Malle plus an essay booklet in Criterion's Blu-ray.
Welcome to Me (Blu-ray) - Independent film stars Kristen Wiig as an Oprah-loving California woman with borderline personality disorder who wins the state lottery and uses her millions to have her own talk show. After a limited theatrical release, this R-rated comedy is joined by a making-of featurette and trailer.
1776 (Blu-ray + Digital HD) - Adapted from the Tony-winning Broadway musical, this 1972 film tells the story of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, with founding fathers John Adams (William Daniels), Benjamin Franklin (Howard Da Silva), and Thomas Jefferson (Ken Howard) all getting to sing. Sony's release treats the director's and extended cuts of the movie to a 4K-mastered transfer. Extras include two audio commentaries (one new), screen tests, and original trailers.
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