No, Little Dieter Needs to Fly isn’t solely for the Werner Herzog completist.
The DVD incarnation of the campy Glitter deserves much more than what's offered here.
You know the deal: The spoils go to the studio that makes the biggest dent in the Academy member’s consciousness.
Think of John Q. as Hollywood’s one-note answer to Jean Valjean.
It’s fascinating because, according to the director, we are a culture that strives on myth.
No, there was no need to return to Never Land.
When Henry Bean’s camera stays on Ryan Gosling and strays from the reparative therapy narrative, The Believer soars.
Typical of Hollywood terrorist schlock, there are equal measures of spurious, paperback discourse and unique torture mechanisms.
Here, the Holocaust is a bleeding-heart’s stage for lynching trials, spelling bees, and ironic twists of fate.
John McTiernan lessens the stakes just as he expects his audience to take Rollerball as a global monster that turns sex and blood into rating’s fireworks.
It’s a sentimental journey that is, nonetheless, always ready to remind the spectator that there is no trespassing.
Its treasure trove of features will be a great introduction for remaining novices.