It simply creates an overwhelming urge to head straight for the nearest theater door.
The Grudge, like the original Japanese incarnation, isn’t a great-looking film, but this is a great-looking DVD.
One of the best Hollywood pop films of 2004, Cellular gets a handsome audio/video treatment on this New Line Platinum Series DVD.
True to the spirit of the film, the hearty supplemental materials arranged on this DVD set range from the dope to the simply flatulent.
Rex Reed called it “an action spectacle of weight, splendor and vast entertainment value.” Make of that what you will.
A work of MTV-styled historical projection, King Arthur allows Guinevere to kick considerable ass-pity the film can’t do the same.
A piss-poor follow-up to the Paul W.S. Anderson original, but the DVD’s cover art and slip sleeve are pretty nifty.
Joy to the world: Wicker Park imagines what life must be like inside a music video.
In this extreme—and extremely schizophrenic—year, nothing was quite as outlandish as Team America’s showstopping scene of hardcore marionette sex.
Finally, I can say that Will Smith and I have something in common: We’re both allergic to bullshit.
Even though Dodgeball tries entirely too hard to be funny, the hearty extras collected on this DVD edition are rather nifty.
National Treasure is a cornucopia of ridiculously over-the-top action, humor, and romance.