Pacific Rim Uprising is a more fascinating, unpredictable creation than its predecessor, and one that sticks longer in the mind.
Sourced from a 4K restoration, Cohen Media Group's Blu-ray looks marvelous.
This new Tomb Raider isn’t an adaptation of a video game so much as an adaptation of a video game’s tutorial level.
A Wrinkle in Time’s by and large cramped worlds never look like anything other than animated projections.
The battle of wills between Lavrentiy Beria and Nikita Khrushchev propels the film’s most pointed satire.
It’s difficult to think of a film more out of step with the current culture than Eli Roth’s Death Wish remake.
Coco receives an expectedly resplendent home-video treatment.
Now it’s easier than ever to appreciate these films as crucial stepping stones in Jean-Luc Godard’s mutable, constantly self-analyzing career.
Kusturica’s overwhelming satire of Yugoslavia’s tortured history receives an excellent high-def release.
This honest but warmly sentimental, observational film looks just as beautiful on home video as it does on a big screen.
One of Rossellini’s most important films receives a sterling home-video transfer that does justice to its blockbuster panorama.
Shout! Factory’s solid A/V transfer and set of extras does justice to Joe Dante’s underseen classic.
D.A. Pennebaker’s thrilling account of the greatest of rock festivals looks better than ever on Criterion’s new release.
Arrow’s most impressive single-feature release to date bolsters an exceptional A/V transfer with a glut of substantive extras.
Grasshopper Film makes an immediate impression with the first entry of their massive Straub-Huillet reissue series.
Olive Films easily supplants their earlier release of Letter from an Unknown Woman with a vast improvement in video quality and a slew of quality extras.
Grasshopper Film’s shimmering 2K restoration is a revelatory treatment of this great film.
When its tone slides firmly back into the murk, it’s hard not to see DC’s notion of heroism as borderline nihilistic.
Cinelicious’s Blu-ray release of Funeral Parade of Roses enshrines an avant-garde masterwork with a pristine restoration.
A ghost story as much about the vanity inherent to international stardom as it is coming to terms with grief and death.