As tired as the Pirates franchise may be after four films, even its most mediocre entries fare better than cheap imitators like The Three Musketeers.
Kevin sits backs and relaxes with the direct-to-DVD stoner, road comedy High Road and recommends you do the same. After all, just because it's straight to DVD doesn't mean it isn't funny, it just means it doesn't have a bunch of Usher and Kanye West songs.
Even I have drawn comparisons between Battle Royale and The Hunger Games and I hadn't even seen Battle Royale yet. Now that I've seen it what do I think? How does the Blu-ray stack up? Find out everything with just a click...
Kevin takes a stab at reviewing Footloose and offers a kind backhand at its silliness.
Credit isn't paid, but Mission: Impossible II is a clear rip-off of Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious. And while it's interesting that M:I 2 pays no credit to the Hitchcock feature, what's more interesting is the difference in how the stories are told as 55 years separate the two.
Alfred Hitchcock's films all contain gems of brilliance, no matter how good or bad the film may be. When it comes to Spellbound, which just hit Blu-ray recently, I can't necessarily say it's a great film, but I can point to three specific moments that truly wowed me.
The Blu-ray for Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca, his only film to ever win Best Picture, is now available and on top of taking a look at the new release I felt I'd point out one particular moment that truly impresses me when it comes to what may be my favorite Hitchcock feature.
Criterion has taken the metaphorical monster of the nuclear age and delivered it in pristine high definition with a slew of special features worth exploring. Here's my review of the Blu-ray edition of Godzilla as presented by the Criterion Collection.
Criterion brings Luis Bunuel's classic Belle de Jour to Blu-ray and with it a spectacular audio commentary and supplemental video piece that opened the film up to me and cause me to draw a comparison to David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method.
Criterion brings Steven Soderbergh's four-time Oscar winning drug war classic to Blu-ray in an impressive fashion with a transfer that makes the film look better than ever and a group of features worth exploring.