Howard Lutnick and the efforts of Cantor Fitzgerald to rise from the ashes of the 9/11 attacks is the basis of Danielle Gardner’s thought provoking documentary.
If you dig Seventies music, you’ll dig the massive DVD box set celebrating “The Midnight Special.” Rob Smith reviews.
Although it has the makings of a Hallmark made-for-TV movie, “Louder Than Words” is a simple, well-made drama
Brian Geraghty stars in “Kilminajaro,” a wonderful indie dramedy you should watch.
Greg Grunberg takes on a BIG ASS SPIDER in this awesome monster movie.
This movie is a mess.
Another live recording from Rush? Really? Yes, really.
When a DIY movie like this one falls in my lap, I gladly want to spread the word about it.
If you were waiting for the “Master Of Puppets” cover, this release isn’t for you.
Aerosmith arrives in Japan to boost the morale after the devastating earthquake/tsunami.
“Standing Up” is a fine family film worth checking out.
Michael Cera and Juno Temple star in this psychological drama.
Eagle Vision’s 4-DVD video retrospective of Jethro Tull live is a gift to longtime fans.
The Clint Eastwood 40-Film Collection would seem to have just about anything a fan of Clint would need.
Mel Brooks: Make A Noise — Don’t be schtupidt, be a schmarty!
If you find yourself wishing they made movies like John Hughes did back in the day, I highly recommend The First Time.
Romance is in the air, as Warner Brothers releases another large collection commemorating the studios 90th Anniversary.
Part Michael Clayton, part Rambo, this eco-thriller certainly has more going for it than your typical B-movie.
Somewhere at the crossroads of Coen and Tarantino, you’ll come upon Andrew Dominik’s Killing Them Softly.
Warner Brothers continues celebrating of its 90 years of producing and acquiring films with this collection of significant movie musicals.