I’ve been having a season of films that unfortunately are yet to have been released in the UK but have foreign versions that play on UK Blu-ray players. These can be imported or obtained via third-party sellers. That brings me to Reach Me from 2014 featuring but not starring Sylvester Stallone. This is another of those titles yet to be granted a UK Blu-ray release but thankfully you can find an Import that works fine. So without further ado here’s my Reach Me (2014) Blu-ray Review.
- Reach Me (2014) Import aka Collection
- Genre: Drama
- Directed by John Herzfeld
- Running Time: 88 Mins
- UK Rating N/A
- Discs: 1
- Released By
- Blu-ray Import (Italian)
A mysterious self help guru’s book changes the lives of several individuals and becomes a media splash but will he come out from the shadows and reveal himself or does he have some dark secret he would rather not share?
Style / Direction
The film is directed by John Herzfeld.
Music / Audio Effects
The music is composed by Tree Adams
Acting / Characters
Solid acting all-round ensure you are intrigued enough to find out where the story is ultimately heading. One thing I should mention is although billed as a Sylvester Stallone movie on the Bluray artwork he plays a smaller role but does frequently appears throughout the film.
- Tom Berenger as Teddy
- Sylvester Stallone as Gerald
- Kyra Sedgwick as Collette
- Thomas Jane as Wolfie
- Lauren Cohan as Kateq
- Kelsey Grammer as Angelo AldoBrandini
- Kevin Connolly as Roger King
- Nelly as E-Ruption
- Omari Hardwick as Dominic
- Terry Crews as Wilson
- Danny Trejo as Vic
- Danny Aiello as Father Paul
- Ryan Kwanten as Jack Burns
- David O’Hara as Thumper
- Elizabeth Henstridge as EveS
- Rebekah Chaney as Denise-Denise
- Cary Elwes as Kersey
- Chuck Zito as Joe
- Tom Sizemore as Frank
Conclusion: Reach Me Film Review
Reach Me is an interesting story well told and acted. Is it a classic drama? Probably not but there certainly enough here to leave you satisfied by the films conclusion. It a different film and certainly not one you would necessarily expect Stallone to feature in and for that I applaud it.
Overall I’d have to say if you are looking for something a little different from the norm Reach Me is worth a look.
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Conclusion: Reach Me (2014) Blu-ray Review
The film’s from 2014 so there zero issues to report on the picture quality side of things. My only complaint is the Blu-ray version for some unknown reason has not had a UK release as of yet meaning yet again the UK has to make do with poorer picture quality of the DVD. If like me that’s simply not acceptable you can of course import the Italian version which plays fine on UK Blu-ray players.
On to my movie rating for Reach Me (2014)
- Movie Rating: WORTH A LOOK
- Blu-ray Picture: EXCELLENT
Reach Me (2014) is available now on Blu-ray.
For those of you yet to see the film I’ll leave you with a little taster…
Clip may not be representative of the Blu-ray version
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Summary: Reach Me (2014) Blu-ray Review
- Movie Rating
- Blu-ray Picture Rating
An interesting story well told and acted.
- Good Story
- Well Acted
- Not Available On Blu-ray In UK