Braven was a surprisingly well made, save for a few eye-rolling moments, suspense-thriller with some solid performances from two bad-asses with Jason Momoa and Stephen Lang as they do battle against low-level drug smugglers. Well worth a rental.
Cyborg had all the hallmarks of being a fun good bad 1980s sci-fi action movie and while there are certainly some great moments, still get a chuckle out of Tremolo growls, there’s too much of it that is derivative that it became a bit boring at times.
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced two more catalog titles coming to 4K UHD:, Forrest Gump and Terminator Genisys. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
I’m not exactly a fan of westerns in general, only enjoying the more mainstream or obvious like Unforgiven and A Fistful of Dollars, but these two Ringo movies were well produced and lead actor Giuliano Gemma had great charisma.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is another first-rate entry into DC’s Animated features line with a story that is on the thinner side, but worth watching if only for the colorful array of characters and full embracing of the R-rating with some great bloody violence.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the crime-thriller, Spinning Man starring Guy Pearce, Pierce Brosnan and Minnie Driver. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for anniversary editions of Coming to America and Trading Places. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Father Figures is just the latest in the litany of forgettable throwaway duo/buddy comedies that constantly come down the line and are in-and-out of theaters. That said, it’s not horrible and it did have a few laughs, but otherwise I won’t see it again.
Does Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 11 match up with the highs of the original series? Not quite, but it does come pretty close even if the season was on the uneven side. Otherwise, I actually did warm up to Jonah as the new host and seeing the robot friend’s back was just great.
Even though I’m not the biggest TWD fan, The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who’s Walking release does offer some laughs for both fans and non-fans alike, though the fans will likely get far more out of it.
The 6 Degrees Collection is another cheap hodge-podge set of movies already released by Mill Creek Entertainment and for those who don’t already own a few of them, it might be worth the $10 price tag as the picture quality was fine and audio adequate enough.
Push is a movie that was less disappointing, mainly because I had no expectations either way, and more in the line of wasted opportunities. In any case, I did enjoy certain parts of the film, just not enough as a full recommendation.
The 1996 version of Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? was certainly terrible but oh so entertaining especially the laugh-filled finale, along with the poor acting from beginning to end. I can’t quite say the same for the “re-imagining”
Getting Gotti is a poorly produced, half-baked crime-drama that at least does have a good performance from Lorraine Bracco to help get through it, but otherwise this is one bio-pic that should be forgotten.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the bio-drama, All Eyez on Me starring Demetrius Shipp Jr., Kat Graham, Hill Harper and Lauren Cohan. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.