Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

Free Fire Blu-ray Review
Free Fire   Free Fire Blu-ray Review
(Jennifer Broderick)  07/17/2017 4:27 PM EST
Lionsgate has a history of making captivating films and Free Fire is no different.  With Executive Producer, Martin Scorsese one may expect The Godfather, but it isn't.  However, with a different genre of a shootout film, Scorsese and the other producers who worked on this film, make it work.  Clearly, the Scorsese influence is felt,... Read More

Kong: Skull Island 4K Ultra HD Review
Kong: Skull Island   Kong: Skull Island 4K Ultra HD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  07/17/2017 11:40 AM EST
The legend of King Kong and Skull Island has a very long cinematic history. There have been numerous films since his debut in 1933 with audiences coming in droves to each incarnation of the giant primate. The latest version, Kong: Skull Island, is the second film in a new "monster universe" created by Warner Bros. pictures that start... Read More

Song to Song 4K Ultra HD Review
Song to Song   Song to Song 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/12/2017 9:09 AM EST
Terrence Malick (Badlands) has made a name for himself writing and directing unusual films.  His reputation is such that one expects great but different things when they go to one of his films, especially his more recent ones.  He has worked with a variety of actors including many of Hollywood's elite.  He has bee... Read More

The Lost City of Z Blu-ray Review
The Lost City of Z   The Lost City of Z Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/10/2017 9:57 PM EST
Eldorado, the elusive city of gold has been searched for many times over.  Considered to be located somewhere in the Amazon jungle, explorers have risked life and limb to try and find it.  Unsure if one explorer, Percy Fawcett was actually looking for El Dorado but he was an avid explorer and claimed to have found remnants of a long gone ... Read More

Léon: The Professional 4K Ultra HD Review
Léon: The Professional   Léon: The Professional 4K Ultra HD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/10/2017 3:49 PM EST
Luc Bessson (La Femme Nikita) has been writing and making films since the early 1980's but in 1990 he became more of a household name with the release of Leon: The Professional and The Fifth Element.  Highly stylized action films, they captured the imagination like none others had before.  With his latest film, Valerian and the City o... Read More

Fate of The Furious 4K Ultra HD Review
Fate of The Furious   Fate of The Furious 4K Ultra HD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  07/10/2017 2:35 PM EST
In 2001 a summer film entitled The Fast & The Furious was unleashed on audiences worldwide. To-date that film has become one of the world's most beloved franchises spewing not one or two but seven sequels. The latest, Fate of The Furious comes to the home entertainment market this month.Fate of The Furious starts out a ... Read More

The Fifth Element 4K Ultra HD Review
The Fifth Element   The Fifth Element 4K Ultra HD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  07/10/2017 10:27 AM EST
With Luc Besson's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets coming out later on this month Sony Entertainment has released two of his critically acclaimed films Leon: The Professional and The Fifth Element on 4K UHD Blu-ray timed to concede with the new release.For those who are yet un... Read More

Smurfs: The Lost Village 4K Ultra HD Review
Smurfs: The Lost Village   Smurfs: The Lost Village 4K Ultra HD Review
(Nathan M Rose)  07/10/2017 8:51 AM EST
Smurfs, those lovable blue creatures created by Belgian comics artist Peyo, are back on the silver screen again. This time in Smurfs: The Lost Village we meet an entirely new colony Smurfs.Gone is the live action/cg hybrid that graced the first two films. This time we are thankfully immersed totally in the world of CG and the Smurfs.Every... Read More

Their Finest Blu-ray Review
Their Finest   Their Finest Blu-ray Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/09/2017 8:54 PM EST
The year was 1940 and World War two was raging all throughout Europe.  The United States had yet to become involved but England was enmeshed in the fighting.  Every night there were air raids, bombs destroying cities and civilians getting killed.  Men were being called upon to enter the military to help fight and women were entering ... Read More

Absolutely Anything DVD Review
Absolutely Anything   Absolutely Anything DVD Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  07/05/2017 2:22 PM EST
Robin Williams (Good Morning Vietnam) was a comedic genius who left us all too soon.  He was truly one of a kind.  He could famously go off on a tangent and make almost anything funny.  You couldn't help but smile and laugh when you saw his standup routines and he made a name for himself in major motion pictures even winning an Oscar... Read More

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