Lots of gunfire that never hits the bullseye.
Luck comes to an end with a great season finale, but not a lot of series closure.
Luck has a lot going for it, once one can get past the confusion and unfamiliarity of the world.
Great performances and sure-handed direction from Martin Scorsese keep this one exciting twenty years later.
It may be clichéd but you’ll likely be too wrapped up in it to care.
With summer coming to an end, so to are the blockbusters of yesterday.
Dreadfully boring aside from a handful of quips and the always saving grace of Helen Mirren.
This unique war film receives an exceptional Blu-ray transfer, complete with unforgettable cinematography and thoughtful performances.
"So there I was on the phone with a veterinarian discussing a cat’s behind." — Douglas Wick
If you’re a fan of indie cinema, these titles should do the trick.