Edited to induce seizures, Morning Light should appeal to fans of MTV and water sports.
Director Catherine Jeffs lucked out when she scored Amy Adams and Emily Blunt to co-star in her mildly pleasing dramedy Sunshine Cleaning.
This DVD joint isn’t very fat.
Romanian-Israeli documentarian Shimon Dotan takes a hard-nosed look at the social and political culture of Palestinians doing time in a high-security Israeli prison.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Mo’Nique as lovers? Now we’ve seen everything.
Some of Birth’s brighter sequences readily show off the beautiful textures of Harris Savides’s incredible cinematography, but the darker sequences aren’t very flattering.
While this DVD edition does justice to the film’s sinister color scheme, the cast and crew commentary leaves much to be desired.
Ignore We Don’t Live Here Anymore‘s literary pretence and focus on its truly remarkable performances.