Speed, an Oscar winner for both Best Sound Editing and Sound Mixing, is now available for audiences to watch on 4K Ultra HD. The 4K upgrade comes just over a month shy of the film’s 27th anniversary. Produced on a modest $30 million budget, the film eventually grossed just over $350 million dollars. Filmmaker Jan de Bont could not have asked for a better performance out of his feature directorial debut. Unfortunately, Speed 2: Cruise…"Speed Now Available On 4K Ultra HD"
Washington, the History Channel miniseries executive produced by Doris Kearns Goodwin and narrated by Jeff Daniels, is now available on DVD. The three-night miniseries first aired over Presidents’ Day weekend in February. The release comes at a time when the nation is grappling with the Founding Fathers’ legacy. Washington features a mix of dramatic recreations and commentary in 258 minutes. We all know the basics about our nation’s first president, George Washington–recreated by Nicholas Rowe. …"Washington: History Miniseries Arrives on DVD"
The Catcher Was A Spy is a period film that combines baseball, espionage, and war. The film plays more as a drama than a thriller. Espionage films usually mean people kicking ass, but it’s not what happens in The Catcher Was A Spy, unless you’re referring to one’s intellect. Pardon the pun but it’s a nice curveball for the genre. One should not expect to get a James Bond movie even though Bond is what…"The Catcher Was A Spy: Baseball and Espionage"