The Truman Show–nominated for three Academy Awards–marks this past June’s 25th anniversary by arriving on 4K Ultra HD. Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey) is just an ordinary guy. However, his life put to the test when he discovers the world around him is not what it seems. Everything changes when his dead father suddenly comes back to life. That’s not the only thing. Fate has it out for the man because it is impossible to leave…"The Truman Show Marks 25th Anniversary With 4K Ultra HD"
The award-winning John Adams limited series, starring Paul Giamatti as the former president, is solid viewing for Presidents Day. I’m not going to dive into the plot of every part of the miniseries. If you know the story of John Adams, you already know what’s going to happen. Well, maybe. They certainly play with the history to an extent! What I will tell you right now is that the book is better. I originally watched…"John Adams: A Presidential Miniseries"
Sully revisits the fateful January day when Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger pulled off the Miracle on the Hudson against all odds. January 15, 2009 is a date that will live in history for New Yorkers. This is the day when 155 lives were saved on US Airways Flight 1549 when it crashed in the Hudson. What the film delivers isn’t so much a biopic in the traditional sense. Yeah, we get some flashbacks to his…"Sully: The Miracle on the Hudson"
Viggo Mortensen’s feature directorial debut, Falling, benefits from having a superb performance from actor Lance Henriksen. When we first meet Willis (Lance Henriksen), we can immediately tell that he’s a character from a different era. The more that we learn about him, the more we truly begin to know why: he has dementia. One moment, Willis can be living in the present. The next minute, he’ll be shouting for a wife who is no longer…"Sundance 2020: Falling"