Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the bloody action-thriller, John Wick: Chapter 2 starring Keanu Reeves, Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne and a pencil and directed by Chad Stahelski (John Wick). Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Warner Home Video has announced the date and released artwork for the award-winning adventure series, “Game of Thrones”: The Complete Sixth Season starring Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harrington, amongst others. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Agent Cody Banks is hardly a good movie and probably on par with a Disney Original Movie, yet there’s some minor entertainment value and I at least did manage to chuckle a few times (more than I did with Zoolander 2) though the target audience is geared more toward the 12-16 range.
John Wick is one of the surprise hits of 2014 and even though Keanu Reeves might not be a great actor, this role was tailor made for his skill sets in fighting and stunt work. Add to that, the story, albeit thin, is good enough to carry the 100-minute running time. The Blu-ray released by Lionsgate has great video/audio transfers and OK selection of bonus material.
Paramount Pictures has announced the date and released artwork for the second Hercules movie to come out in 2014, this one starring Dwayne Johnson, Ian McShane, John Hurt, Joseph Fiennes and Rufus Sewell. It is the latest from Brett Ratner delving into the fantasy-action-adventure genre.
Cuban Fury is a fun, if not uneven, music-comedy. Nick Frost and Rashida Jones both turn in fine and funny performances and the music itself is catchy, even for those unfamiliar with the style; all in all, this is rental worthy. The Blu-ray released by Entertainment One offers good video and audio transfers while the bonus material, albeit limited, is somewhat worth a watch.
Case 39 is a mess of a film and it’s no wonder why it had a hard time finding a U.S. distributor for three years not to mention the reshoots. I can applaud Renee Zellweger for trying something different away from the safety of the comedy and drama genres, but the character was all wrong for her but most importantly, I’m not entirely sure what actress could tackle and succeed in this movie.
Shrek: The Whole Story 4-disc box set may not be perfect in terms of features, but the audio and video transfers are all great and worthy of an upgrade over their DVD counterparts. As for the movies themselves, it may not be to the level of Pixar’s Toy Story movies but even the weaker third entry was at least bearable.