Top Gun is a wildly entertaining action-romance featuring the ever so charming Tom Cruise, surrounded by a solid supporting cast including McGinnis, Edwards and Kilmer, directed by the late Tony Scott.
The Doors might not be a great biopic if only because I personally am not a big fan of Oliver Stone (have enjoyed many of movies, however) or of Jim Morrison and his band (though enjoyed many of their songs), it is still worth checking out if you haven’t already, if only to watch the new “Final Cut” version.
At First Sight is by no means a great romantic drama but Val Kilmer and Mira Sorvino make for a charismatic couple though the pacing is a bit off and follows the generic formula; that said, it’s at least watchable. The Blu-ray released by Olive is basic with only a trailer but good video and audio transfers.
Despite some decent visual and practical effects, Red Planet is just an ordinary movie in that hellish spot between the good and bad making it a forgettable film as a whole. The Blu-ray itself though boasts fine audio and video transfers though is limited in features which were carried over from the DVD releases.
What started off as an interesting and creepy thriller, The Traveler soon unravels into a trivial horror movie that makes absolutely no sense and features some of the worst acting I’ve seen in the past year. Val Kilmer, God bless his soul, gives it a valiant try but the script is so bad and some of the directing was awful that there is absolutely no reason to even give this turkey a try.
I felt a little sorry for Val Kilmer who looked absolutely uninterested and obviously there for a quick paycheck while Izabella Miko does her best with a script ripped-off from a classic and a laughable supporting cast.