Diane Keaton

HBO brings us “The Young Pope”

March 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

HBO Home Entertainment has just announced the upcoming release of Paolo Sorrentino’s ten-episode limited TV series, The Young Pope, scheduling a Blu-Ray Disc and DVD version for early June. The Young Pope tells the fictional story of Lenny Belardo, [...]

“And So It Goes” makes its Blu-Ray and DVD debut in November

October 13, 2014 // 0 Comments

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has just added And So It Goes to its release roster, scheduling a Blu-Ray and a DVD version for release in November. Oscar Winners Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton give captivating performances in acclaimed [...]

Mad Money

May 30, 2008 // 0 Comments

Nothing draws mass appeal to a lighthearted comedy about white collar crime than a sour economy. The "Ocean's Eleven" redux and its sequels apply themselves to the lower and middle classes who derive envy in the sheer chutzpah of pulling [...]

Reds: 25th Anniversary Edition

November 16, 2006 // 0 Comments

Chronicling the final five years of American socialist/journalist John Reed, "Reds: 25th Anniversary Edition" presents an ambitious look at the professional and personal life of the author behind "Ten Days That Shook the World" [...]

The Family Stone

May 4, 2006 // 0 Comments

Quite the ensemble cast delivering likeable performances helps make "The Family Stone" a rather believable film that offers its share of humor and touching moments. Set against the backdrop of New England during the Christmas season, Everett [...]

The Godfather: DVD Collection

October 29, 2001 // 0 Comments

As DVD matures and finds more players in more home, the list of "must-have" titles continues to shrink. Just in the past few weeks, standards like "Snow White, " "Citizen Kane," and the first "Star Wars" (not the [...]

The Woody Allen Collection

July 3, 2000 // 0 Comments

One of the more intellectual filmmakers of modern times, Woody Allen has always managed to create comedies, satires and parodies that are thought provoking and full of deeper meanings. The subtext in each of these films is enormous and his skills as a [...]

Hanging Up

June 16, 2000 // 0 Comments

’Hanging Up’ is a sweet and romantic look at the relationship three sisters have to their cranky father. It is a lighthearted comedy with some dramatic and emotional undertones that is perfectly brought to live through Diane Keaton, Meg Ryan, Lisa [...]

The Other Sister

October 19, 1999 // 0 Comments

If Garry Marshall directed every movie, then there would be no sad endings. “The Other Sister” is Marshall’s examination of the relationship between two individuals who are mentally challenged. The film is poignant and touching at times, but for the [...]