This Christmas, no Arnaud Desplechin fan should be without a Blu-ray player.
It may not deserve the Criterion treatment, but fans will be pleased by the solid audio/video treatment it has received.
There’s no denying the power of Bong’s tremendous stylistic control over the film’s shifts in mood.
Are the Coens jokers who tread on despair, or tragedians with a penchant for death’s-head humor?
After Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s wantonly prettified toy cities, Trash Humpers’s pageant of belligerent grubbiness is almost welcome.
Further memories of murder with Bong Joon-ho.
Humorless and sanctimonious, Burning Plain groans with shoddy ironies and overbearing serendipity.