When a terror threat occurs inflight, a passenger jet must declare an emergency.
Cristian Mungiu’s film reveals an unforgiving cynicism about the world as its social-realist strains become increasingly apparent.
This year’s Cannes lineup is, for now, a Lynch-less one, but it’s nonetheless stacked with new works by other established auteurs.
Alligator get an incredible split polish, though the extras don’t live up to the promise of its “collector’s edition” designation.
The film looks better than ever, though the lack of a new 4K transfer from the negative leaves open the possibility of a superior future release.
Mike Flanagan’s Midnight Mass exudes a narcotic pull in everything from its aesthetics to monologues that suggest the weight of confession.
The strong A/V presentation and slate of extras are reason enough for even Netflix-subscribing fans of the film to shell out for this release.