The once boundlessly energetic Jim Carrey is no longer trying so hard to impress viewers with his hyper brand of slapstick.
With some notable exceptions, Marvel Studios-produced films usually plateau at a glossy but totally indistinct level of mediocrity.
Let the Bullets Fly is an intentionally overheated and very funny comedy about how the best-laid plans tend to fall apart in spectacular fashion.
This box set is a great reminder of why the screen couple has long endured as one of the most attractive romantic duos to ever come out of Hollywood.
The two kinds of archival material conspire to create a portrait of Saint Laurent as a living ghost.