In The Heart Of The Sea, an adventure which reunites Rush director Ron Howard with Chris Hemsworth, hits Blu-ray and DVD March 8 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
Set in 1820, the narrative centers on a whale’s attack on the Essex, a New England whaling ship that’s being led by [...]
Now out on Blu-ray and DVD, the Oscar nominated documentary The Look of Silence serves as director Joshua Oppenheimer’s companion piece to The Act of Killing. While both films spotlight the harrowing effects of the 1965 genocide, The Look of Silence takes on the vantage point of Adi, an optometrist whose brother was among the [...]
Mr. Robot has racked a slew of honors during its first season, as it won Best Drama Series, Actor (Rami Malek), and Supporting Actor (Christian Slater) at the Critics’ Choice Awards. Now the USA Network series has made its debut on Blu-ray and DVD via Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
Created by Sam [...]
Now out on Blu-ray and DVD, The Intern is a Brooklyn set comedy about Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro), a 70-year-old widower who wants to keep acting by taking on a new job. His wish is granted after he’s personally selected as the intern for Jules (Anne Hathaway), the company head of a successful [...]
The Intern, a Nancy Meyers directed comedy starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway, hits Blu-ray and DVD January 19 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The picture was a hit when it came out this year in late September, as it amassed over $191 million worldwide.
The storyline centers on Ben Whittaker [...]
With a worldwide take of over $430 million, the animated monster comedy Hotel Transylvania 2 is one of this year’s biggest hits, and the movie the Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez headlined project hits Blu-ray and DVD January 12. Digital HD viewers can catch the film on December 22.
The sequel mainly centered on [...]
Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn play gamblers who go on a road trip to lay it all on the line in Mississippi Grind, a comedy-drama which hits Blu-ray and DVD via Lionsgate Home Entertainment on December 1. Released theatrically by A24 Films, the picture premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and also had a [...]
Home Alone, one of the most successful comedies to grace the silver screen, turns 25 later this year. When the film was released back in 1990, nobody could have predicted its monumental success, as it was the top box office hit of the year, grossing over $285,761,243. The film also turned Macaulay Culkin into a [...]
One of this year’s most charming and well written films, Mistress America hits Blu-ray December 1st and Digital HD on November 6th. The project, co-written by frequent collaborators Noah Baumbach (who also directed) and Greta Gerwig, is a New York centered dramedy about the misadventures of Tracy (Mozart in the Jungle’s Lola Kirke), a college [...]
Pixels (PG-13, 106 minutes) was critically lambasted upon its release, and some critics believed it signaled the death knell for Adam Sandler’s feature film career continued. The movie, budgeted at $88 million, turned in over $194 million at the worldwide box office, so theories of Sandler’s cinematic demise is absolutely premature.
Avid gamers, especially lovers [...]