The original version of Frank Oz’s film is now finally allowed to run rampant over expectations and popular discretion, as intended.
Carné’s subversive medieval fable de l'amour remains one of cinema’s great paeans to everlasting love.
The fearless documentation of the enterprise is the heart-stopping cinematic analogue to the crew’s real-world peril.
Thematic preoccupations are what make individual filmmakers so intriguing as one steps back to examine certain artist’s entire careers.
One of the most honest and detailed documents of the mid-'60s mod subculture in existence.
Jack Black gives a career-best performance in an effortlessly entertaining film.
The film is one of the major masterpieces of the young decade thus far.
A modest if satisfying Blu-ray package from Legend Films brings Ed Wood’s glorious cult classic to 1080p with some fun if redundant extras.