Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Hard As Steel Ultimate Edition makes its Blu-ray Steelbook arrival as a Walmart Exclusive. The film’s SteelBook upgrade from Mill Creek Entertainment comes as Walmart is feeling the void being left by Best Buy’s departure from physical media. Best Buy’s loss is Walmart’s gain. Anyway, this edition includes both the theatrical edition (96 minutes) and American Cox: The Unbearably Long, Self-Indulgent Director’s Cut. What follows is my original review…"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Hard As Steel Ultimate Edition"
Mad City is an unlikely candidate to get a Warner Archive Collection Blu-ray given that it was a box office disaster but here we are. The film, which just marked its 26th anniversary, was released on Blu-ray in late October. Unfortunately, there’s not much here to offer as far as bonus content is concerned. The only extra on the disc is the original theatrical trailer. It’s a missed opportunity to feature audio commentary from either…"Mad City Gets Warner Archive Blu-ray"
Training Day earned Denzel Washington an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role and audiences can now bring the film home on 4K Ultra HD. This is a film that depicts two detectives over a single day of action. One of them just happens to be a rookie cop in training. When Training Day marked its 20th anniversary in 2021, the world was different and attitudes towards the cops had very much changed. Nowadays,…"Training Day Arrives On 4K Ultra HD"
John C. Reilly delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in the cult classic musical biopic spoof that is Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. While 2007 may have been the year of Judd Apatow, Walk Hard was not well-received by audiences. It’s since gone onto become a cult classic. I mean, the fact that we’re talking about this film on its 15th anniversary tells you the respect that it commands today. You cannot make a musical biopic…"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Marks 15th Anniversary"
Brave New Jersey is an absurd comedy about the reaction to the War of the Worlds radio broadcast. Directed by Jody Lambert from a script written by Michael Dowling & Lambert, the comedy stars Tony Hale, Heather Burns, Anna Camp, Dan Bakkedahl, Sam Jaeger, Grace Kaufman, Mel Rodriguez, Matt Oberg, Erika Alexander, Leonard Earl Howze, Evan Jonigkeit, Harp Sandman, Noah Lomax, and Raymond J. Barry. Lambert was the co-writer of People Like Us and this…"Brave New Jersey: An Absurd War of the Worlds Comedy"