THE MAZE RUNNER: An action-packed, intense thrill ride through a world that easily distinguishes itself from other YA tales.Read More
THE BOOK THIEF’s unique WWII tale is a good movie-night-in choice for all fans of intriguing and emotional historical dramas.Read More Ben Schnetzer, Blu-ray and DVD, blu-ray review, Brian Percival, Digital HD, Emily Watson, Geoffrey Rush, Markus Zusak, michael petroni, Nico Liersch, Roger Allam, Sophie Nélisse, the book thief, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Carlo Carlei’s ROMEO AND JULIET is superficial—beautiful on the surface but without sufficient emotional depth.Read More Blu-Ray, blu-ray review, Carlo Carlei, Damian Lewis, Douglas Booth, Ed Westwick, Hailee Steinfeld, julian fellowes, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Lesley Manville, Natascha McElhone, Paul Giamatti, Relativity Media, Rom-Dram, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, Stellan Skarsgård, This Chick's Flicks, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
The CLEOPATRA 50TH ANNIVERSARY Blu-ray™ is a visually-stunning reminder of pre-CGI, cinematic splendor, a must-own for fans, and the ideal format in which to introduce newcomers to this historic classic.Read More 20th Century Fox, Blu-Ray, Cleopatra, Cleopatra 50th Anniversary, DVD, Elizabeth Taylor, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Rex Harrison, Richard Burton, This Chick's Flicks, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Fans of decidedly ‘indie’ comedy, who enjoy humor based in family strife and age-inappropriate relationships, and who don’t mind a somewhat slower pace, will enjoy THE ORANGES’ wit and wisdom. Now on DVD and Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack.Read More Adam Brody, Alia Shawkat, Allison Janney, Blu-ray and DVD, Catherine Keener, Hugh Laurie, Julian Farino, Leighton Meester, Oliver Platt, Review, The Oranges, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Willow, one of my favorite movies from my childhood is coming out on Blu-ray and DVD! Though it pains me to know the occasion for this release is the 25th anniversary, I couldn’t be more excited! As a kid from the 1980’s, this is one of the be-all, end-all fantasy films. I think those of […]Read More 25th Anniversary, Bang Bang, Blu-Ray, Blu-ray and DVD, Cat Edison, DVD, Harry Potter, Jean Marsh, Kiss Kiss, movie, Screen Invasion, Trailer, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment., Upstairs Downstairs, Val Kilmer, Warwick Davis, Willow
The final film in my Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe series and in the Forever Marilyn: Blue Ray Collection is The Misfits. Though it is in black and white, the fantastic artwork on the disk makes up for that. It makes the set truly collectable, along with the artwork on Some Like It Hot. The […]Read More ARthur Miller, Blu-ray and DVD, Clark Gable, Eli Wallach, Forever Marilyn: The Blu-Ray Collection, Gay Langland, Guido, John Huston, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Perce Howland, Roslyn Tabers, Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe, The Misfits, Thelma Ritter, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Everything in this film comes together beautifully. The acting, the effects, the score and the storytelling are all fantastic.Read More Blu-ray and DVD, Cyril J. Mockridge, Forever Marilyn: The Blu-Ray Collection, Gloria Wood, Ken Darby, Leigh Harline, Lionel Newman, Marilyn Monroe, Otto Preminger, River of No Return, Robert Mitchum, Rory Calhoun, Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe, Tommy Rettig, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe Day Two brings us to How to Marry a Millionaire, disc two in the Forever Marilyn: Blu-Ray Collection. This film is from 1953 with three of the most memorable actresses of all time. It is a romantic comedy times three as each of the leading ladies is looking for love, whether they know it or not.Read More Betty Grable, Blu-ray and DVD, Cameron Mitchell, David Wayne, Forever Marilyn: The Blu-Ray Collection, How to Marry A Millionaire, Jean Negulesco, Lauren Bacall, Marilyn Monroe, Rory Calhoun, Seven Days of Marilyn, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment., William Powell
I love how Marilyn can get you to root for her characters no matter how self-serving their intentions may be. She is so endearing and you really start to feel that if these men are so easily taken by killer looks and little substance, they deserve what they get.Read More Betty Grable, Blu-ray and DVD, Bye Bye Baby, Charles Coburn, Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend, Dorothy Shaw, Elliott Reid, Forever Marilyn, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Gus Esmond, Jane Russell, Kylie Minogue, Lady Beekman, Lauren Bacall, Lorelei Lee, Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, Norma Varden, Seven Days of Marilyn, Sir Francis Piggy Beekman, Taylor Holmes, THE FOREVER MARILYN COLLECTION, Tommy Noonan, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment., Two LIttle Girls From Little Rock
Yesterday, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment launched Fox Cinema Archives, a new collection of “manufacture-on-demand” (MOD) DVDs that will “bring some of its most classic films featuring some of the biggest stars of the twentieth century to DVD for the first time.” The series will be available for purchase on major top-tier retailers’ websites. The first 15 […]Read More Blu-Ray, Blu-ray and DVD, Claudia, Dangerous Years, Diplomatic Courier, Disney, DVD, Fox Cinema Archives, Fraulein, Frontier Marshal, Kidnapped, Life Begins at Eight-Thirty, Love is News, Manufacture-on-Demand, MOD, Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell, My Wife’s Best Friend, Phenomenon, Rings on Her Fingers, Step Up, Suez, The Foxes of Harrow, The Horse Whisperer, They Came to Blow Up America, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment., Under the Tuscan Sun, Way of a Gaucho
It’s Marilyn Monroe‘s 86th birthday today and for those of you, like myself, who love and adore the beautiful film icon, The Forever Marilyn Collection on Blu-ray is the perfect collection to own. Celebrate her amazing work and the legacy she left. It has some of her classic films like The Misfits, Some Like It Hot, How to […]Read More Blu-ray and DVD, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, How to Marry A Millionaire, Marilyn Monroe, River of No Return, Seven Year Itch, Some Like It Hot, THE FOREVER MARILYN COLLECTION, The Misfits, There’s No Business Like Show Business, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.