Frank Langella

The Box

February 18, 2010 // 0 Comments

I remember watching the trailer of "The Box" some time ago and thinking to myself that this looks like an interesting story and a promising movie, so when Warner Home Video sent over a copy of the Blu-Ray version, I decided to give it a quick [...]

Frost Nixon

April 30, 2009 // 0 Comments

When I first heard about this project I have to admit that I was not in the least intrigued by it. Nixon is not a president I have a lot of sympathies for and just like I simply couldn't get myself to watch Oliver Stone's film "W" [...]

Superman Returns: 2-Disc Special Edition

November 20, 2006 // 0 Comments

With more false starts than an American-made vehicle, the Man of Steel's prolonged absence from movie screens finally ended during the summer of 2006. After soaring back into the skies with some fairly respectable box office receipts, Warner Bros. [...]

Good Night, And Good Luck

March 16, 2006 // 0 Comments

Not only as an actor but also as a director, George Clooney, proves over and over again that he knows his chops. With his latest film "Good Night, And Good Luck," which he directed and stars in, he takes on the political nightmare that went down [...]


October 4, 2001 // 0 Comments

’Stardom’ is an intriguing Canadian film, which takes a critical look at the media and celebrities. When a photographer sends a picture of hockey player Tina Menzhal (Jessica Pare) to a modeling agency, she suddenly becomes an overnight success. We [...]

Jason And The Argonauts

August 31, 2000 // 0 Comments

Another one of Hallmark Entertainment’s great television productions is making it to DVD. This time it is the story of "Jason and the Argonauts, " a saga taken from Greek mythology. With modern day technology and high production values this [...]

The Ninth Gate

July 25, 2000 // 0 Comments

"The Ninth Gate" returns director Roman Polanski to the supernatural turf previously tread in such earlier efforts as "Repulsion" and "Rosemary’s Baby." ("The Fearless Vampire Killers" played up more of the laughs [...]

The Twelve Chairs

June 7, 2000 // 0 Comments

Satisfying as well as infuriating, the movies of Mel Brooks invariably swing between affectionate parody ("Young Frankenstein") and vulgar spoofs ("Blazing Saddles"). Yet he is not afraid to sprinkle in commentary about the human [...]