These two key early filmmakers finally stand to get the widespread appreciation they’ve long deserved.
The film vibrantly articulates all that’s lost when people are held under the draconian decree of warlords.
Flicker Alley’s smartly packaged Blu-ray release is your essential introduction to an overlooked master of early Russian cinema.
The film speaks lyrically to a peoples’ determination to find a meaningful way to live in a rapidly changing modern world.
The film is suitably direct, clear-eyed, and exhaustive in documenting the massive impacts that gerrymandering has.
So many grandiose tactics portend a grander revelation than the film’s otherwise low-key three-hander delivers.
With these releases, VCI Video helps correct a gaping cultural blind spot.
Wendy veers awkwardly and aimlessly between tragedy and jubilance, never accruing any lasting emotional impact.
This side of a flight to Barcelona, Criterion’s gorgeous release is the next best option to appreciate the Catalan architect’s work.
It’s within the murky realm of self-doubt and spiritual anxiety that it’s at its most audacious and compelling.
The film is at its best when it’s focused on the euphoria and tribulations of its central couple's love affair.
The beautiful transfer and thoughtful collection of extras attest to the enduring qualities of Lumet’s doomsday thriller.
Beginning with the reversed names in its title, the film announces itself as a distinctly feminine spin on the Grimm fairy tale.
A key early work for both Wyler and screenwriter Preston Sturges gets a fantastic new transfer from Kino Lorber.
The film largely evades any perspectives that might question the institutions that put our soldiers in harm’s way.
Corbucci’s portraits of bloodlust and insatiable cravings for money cut to the core of the true American frontier values.
Dolittle’s inability to completely develop any of its characters reduces the film to all pomp and no circumstance.
Its inconsistent, half-baked characterizations would be more forgivable were they at least in the service of some inspired comedy.
This transfer of Fleischer’s B-film cheapie boasts a crisp image and strong contrast levels.
The film is overstuffed with characters and subplots that ultimately have little to do with Ip Man and his legacy.