Essential Fellini is one of the most elegantly designed and supplement-packed sets that Criterion has ever released.
The big disappointment of the film is that McCarthy’s performance is all Jekyll and no Hyde.
The album trades overstimulating spectacle for low-key introspection, but it’s therapeutic as a cup of tea.
It’s an addictive, delightfully rowdy experience in spite of the creaky, decrypt gameplay and engine.
The Pathless ultimately buries anything it might have to say in a stupefying level of cliché.
Even the PS5’s most grandiose examples of a remake still pay more tribute to the past than they provide a window to the future.
Tetris Effect is one of the best VR titles on the market, so without the feature Connected feels, well, disconnected.
In the end, Melody of Memory is very much a fans-only affair.
The game noticeably stumbles as it attempts to more overtly address the darkness beneath its concept.
One of the tensions driving the film is a question of its subject’s self-awareness.
The first international edition of the Noir City film festival in six years showcases the diversity and malleability of noir.
Nayman’s discussion of Anderson’s ellipses implicitly cuts to the heart of why some critics and audiences resist Anderson’s work.