Criterion continues its heroic restoration of Orson Welles’s lost and unappreciated masterpieces with this extraordinarily beautiful presentation of The Magnificent Ambersons.
This beautiful standalone release presents a more wallet-friendly option than Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema to owning one of the director’s finest early works.
Criterion’s impeccable 4K restoration ensures that this is the definitive home-video experience of Billy Wilder’s classic comedy.
David Byrne’s affectionate comedy of funhouse Americana is one of the most ahead-of-its-time films of the 1980s.
The films collected here are valuable as artifacts of French film history, but their audio-visual presentations are less than spectacular.
The film receives one of the best blockbuster home-video releases of the year—and just in time for the holiday season.
Criterion gives one of the most compulsively rewatchable movies of the last generation its most fully satisfying home-video edition to date.
The Blu-ray highlights the intricate art direction, cinematography, and sound mixing that make the film one of boldest literary adaptations ever made.
Arbelos offers a landmark restoration of a raw, self-devouring work of auto-critical cinema that was decades ahead of its time.
Time has been kind to 12 Monkeys, a compelling and unnerving genre exercise that boasts what may be Bruce Willis’s finest performance.