A month and a half after its theatrical release, comic whodunit See How They Run is now available to buy through digital retailers. There is no physical media release at this time. Depending on digital sales, maybe we’ll see something in the future? I’m assuming the film will eventually land on Hulu at some point. See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical…"See How They Run Arrives On Digital"
See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical run. Comic whodunits are all the rage right now. It isn’t just that they’re funny but they keep audiences guessing until the end. Even when the reveal comes, you find yourself saying, wait, what?!? How could I have missed that? It’s a genius form of storytelling and there’s never a dull point. It’s interesting,…"See How They Run: A Comic Whodunit in the West End"
Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford team up in Cowboys and Aliens to save the town’s people after they were abducted by aliens. It isn’t often that Harrison Ford teams up with James Bond but he always finds a way to make it count. By this point in his career, it had been just over 20 years since acting alongside Sean Connery in the third Indiana Jones movie. This time around, Ford finds himself with the…"Cowboys and Aliens: A Sci-Fi Western"
From the outside looking in, The Bad Guys might be about bad guys but there’s a redemption story at the core of the film. Is there some sort of clause in Sam Rockwell’s contract where he is required to play characters with a redemption story? We’ve seen this so far in a few films now. Mind you, it’s been a few years since the last redemption story starring Rockwell. Maybe it’s the whole animation thing…"The Bad Guys Is A Redemption Story"
The Green Mile, based on the Stephen King novel and nominated for four Oscars, is now available to own on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and Digital. Frank Darabont is one of six filmmakers to see their first two feature films get Oscar nominations for Best Picture. The Green Mile joins The Shawshank Redemption in receiving nominations. Other Oscar nominations include Best Supporting Actor (Michael Clarke Duncan), Adapted Screenplay, and Sound. Both films are available to…"The Green Mile Arrives on 4K Ultra HD"
The One and Only Ivan is another heartwarming picture from The Walt Disney Studios and it is sure to be a solid winner for Disney+. By my count, this film marks the third of four films from Disney to skip theatrical release. Given the pandemic, the studio is taking advantage of having Disney+ at their disposal. At the same time, you also can’t help but feel bad for the theaters because it means a lesser…"The One and Only Ivan is Heartwarming"
Richard Jewell, starring an award-worthy performance from Paul Walter Heuser, is now available for audiences to bring home on Blu-ray and DVD. Though if you’re in the mood to stream the Clint Eastwood film from the comfort of your couch or bed, it’s also on Digital/VOD. Richard Jewell takes us back to the immediate aftermath of the Centennial Park bombing during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Imagine saving the lives of hundreds of people…"Richard Jewell hits Blu-ray, DVD"
Jojo Rabbit, Taika Waititi’s Oscar-winning anti-hate satire, is now available for audiences to relive at home and add to their home video collection. There’s a tricky way of addressing the Holocaust and/or World War 2 through satire and humor but Jojo Rabbit does so in a perfect way. Very few films are able to tackle the subject through humor and get it right. Or at least in way that isn’t tacky. Making fun of the…"Jojo Rabbit: Oscar-Winning Satire Comes Home"
Galaxy Quest, the Star Trek send-up, still remains a sci-fi comedy classic as fans across the globe celebrate the 20th anniversary. No list of the all-time best comedies can be complete without Galaxy Quest. To make such a list without this cult classic would be–By Grabthar’s hammer, by the suns of Worvan–illogical to say the least. When I first saw the film, I had never been initiated into the Star Trek universe. A real introduction…"Galaxy Quest: Star Trek Send-Up Is A Classic"
Richard Jewell takes us back to the immediate aftermath of the Centennial Park bombing during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Imagine saving the lives of hundreds of people celebrating during a concert. This is what one security guard was doing on a late summer night in July 1996. In spite of this, the FBI saw him as the lead suspect in their case. It would be roughly three months before coming to conclude that…"Richard Jewell Revisits 1996 Atlanta Bombing"