The first two "Charlie's Angels" films soar into high-definition.
A flawed-but-heartfelt sequel that captures Stephen King's sweeter side.
A "Shakespeare in Love"-ish lark that loses credibility but rarely charm.
A labor of love about the fear of falling in love.
A well-meaning-but-disappointing play becomes a similar such film.
Emotionally stirring, yet not among Almodóvar's best.
Stuck squarely in the dollar theatre of war.
A deeply pleasant Lifetime movie for middle-aged men.
1999's adaptation of "Snow Falling on Cedars" gets a collector's edition from Shout! Factory.
The only rule in "Hobbs & Shaw" is that it rules.