DVD and Blu-ray Reviews

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'Run All Night' (Blu-ray) Review

'Run All Night' (Blu-ray) Review

For being an action flick, Run All Night's quiet moments, surprisingly, have the most impact thanks to a handful of great performances including action staple Liam Neeson.

'Chappie' (Blu-ray) Review

'Chappie' (Blu-ray) Review

The film that started the A.I. trend this year, while greatly flawed offers a lot to reconsider. Hopefully director Neill Blomkamp improves from here.

'Limelight' (Criterion Collection) Blu-ray Review

'Limelight' (Criterion Collection) Blu-ray Review

Charlie Chaplin's Limelight is a film that aids in answering the question, "What makes a great filmmaker?" and Criterion's new Blu-ray presentation is absolutely wonderful.

'American Sniper' (Blu-ray) Review

'American Sniper' (Blu-ray) Review

If you loved Eastwood's latest in theaters, you'll love this release even more and you may be surprised if you opposed it at first.

'Selma' (Blu-ray) Review

'Selma' (Blu-ray) Review

Headlined by David Oyelowo, Selma's release to disc becomes much more than about being snubbed by the Oscars thanks to some great special features.

'Inherent Vice' (Blu-ray) Review

'Inherent Vice' (Blu-ray) Review

Joaquin Phoenix returns for one of Paul Thomas Anderson's most intriguing films yet. It's just a shame the Blu-ray special features can't match that intrigue.