Berlin, I Love You is hardly the worst interconnected ensemble dramas and at least one out of the ten vignettes was somewhat entertaining, one was peculiarly creepy and the other eight on the forgettable side.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the ensemble drama, Berlin, I Love You starring Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Helen Mirren, Luke Wilson and others. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Slightly Single in L.A. heavily relies on its cast of actors who do their best to overcome quirky pacing and a plot that feels disjointed. Even so, Lacey Chabert is quite good in the main role and is surrounding by a group who make the best out of the humor. The Blu-ray released by Well Go USA offers so-so video and audio tracks and the solo feature is nothing to get excited over either.
Step Up doesn’t exactly rewrite the music genre but for what it is, it’s a fun movie with some great beats and nice chemistry between Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan. This new Blu-ray release offers up only average video but the audio more than makes up for it as the bass goes into overdrive shaking the floor and walls. If you’re a fan of the franchise and can nab this release for under $10 (and given the $20 MSRP, it shouldn’t be too long), its worth picking up.
Set Up wants to be some personal revenge/vendetta-centric crime drama but instead we get poor writing, even worse acting and uninspiring direction not to mention an odd portion where some dark comedy is thrown in at random. The Blu-ray has, an average video and adequate audio.