The Karate Kid looks and feels as innocuous and thoughtlessly conceived as the dozens of films its influenced.
Released before The Battle of Algiers, Kapò shows a more classical side of Pontecorvo in terms of form and structure.
The film showcases a comedy legend at his laziest, both creatively and technically.
Criterion has now released the quintessential edition of Lang's inscrutable masterpiece.
Howard’s cutely innocuous sci-fi tale of an alien race helping elderly white people arrives in an adequate Blu-ray package.
McTiernan’s film arrives on Blu-ray confident in its own sleek presentation and the chemistry of its central, seductive diptych.
It's an immersive and harrowing tale of moral decay and conflicted identity.
The absence of loved ones and what we imagine our loved ones will become fuels the subtle delights of Still Walking.