Posts Tagged ‘new on video’
Bob Bloom's definitive column about new video releases, "New to View," runs down the week of Dec. 9.
James Cameron's new Extended Collector's Edition of "Avatar" contains hours and hours of new goodies to experience.
The "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" star talks being cast as Quil Ateara, scoring a major franchise role at his first audition, and finally becoming a wolf.
This spare, understated near-masterpiece about a post-apocalyptic wasteland is a joyous cinematic experience.
"Tooth Fairy" is derivative, family-friendly pap ... and yet I just couldn't bring myself to hate it.
"The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" is Terry Gilliam's most Gilliam-esque film to date, and a fitting final bow for Heath Ledger.
It's a shame that "Avatar," a truly watershed epic and the top-grossing film of all time, is being given such a bare-bones video release.
A disappointment that still resulted in a worthy film, "The Lovely Bones" arrives on video this week.
This excellent, little-seen comedy about the early outlaw days of British rock 'n' roll radio is now out on video, with top-shelf extras.
Both Peter Jackson's much-lauded trilogy and Ralph Bakshi's animated version of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic fantasy are now on Blu-ray.
"Brothers" is less concerned with the rightness of the war on terror than the dire effects on the men and women touched by it.
A modest improvement over its predecessor, the mushy "New Moon" at least has action scenes with a little bite.
A movie that desperately wants to be the next "Being John Malkovich," "Cold Souls" forgets to be funny.
Difficult to watch but not to be missed, "Precious" is a harrowing tale of our most precious humanity.