This the best romantic comedy I’ve seen in a long time, despite it trying to label itself as the mock rom-com. The delectable screenplay and ad libs from the main actors are superb. The inclusion of fantastic behind-the-scenes features and bonus clips only push this home release to the next level of enjoyment.
DreamWorks Studios’ REAL STEEL, starring Hugh Jackman, muscles its way into the Home Entertainment arena on Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital and On-Demand on January 24, 2012. This visually stunning action-adventure filled with heart and soul is a "must-add" to every home movie collection, delivering a premium in-home experience complete with knockout bonus materials that dive deeper into the action.
Miranda July’s debut film, You And Me And Everyone We Know, gained the writer/director a solid deal of acclaim for its quirky, but emotionally compelling nature. Her second feature The Future is a logical progression from her Sundance hit, presenting a more sophisticated and intellectual film.
This film chronicles the adventures of Conan, a man who was born in the midst of a battlefield and brought up amongst violence and cruelty. The cast did a fantastic job, especially Jason Momoa as Conan. Director Marcus Nispel of Friday the 13th and Texas Chainsaw Massacre fame truly did the legacy justice visually while the screenplay could have been better considering how compelling the rest of the film was.
A stunning film that tells the story of a man forced to become the double of the malicious son of Saddam Hussein. Dominic Cooper masterfully portrays both Yahia and Hussein, though his acting is so on key you wouldn’t believe it unless you saw it for yourself.