Get more bang for your buck with this two-disc edition of Zack and Miri Make a Porno, which is fudge-packed with plenty of titillating bonus features.
Filmmaker Carter Smith is going places, something which can’t be said about the characters in The Ruins.
How about Cabin in the Cotten, Dangerous, Juarez, The Corn is Green, and A Stolen Life for volume four?
If I had to choose the five major American screen actresses of all time, the list would be: Lillian Gish, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Meryl Streep, and Barbara Stanwyck.
Stop sawing logs, this is the definitive Twin Peaks DVD box set.
The movie is “more than meets the eye”: an elaborate advert for the U.S. military. “Be all that you can be” would have been more honest.
CBS DVD in association with Paramount presents the second season of Twin Peaks in near-pristine 1.33:1 hi-definition transfers.
The Departed’s lucky-charmed score is one of many subliminal devices in the film: No one better lay a hand on Scorsese’s Oscar.
The film is scary all right, usually for all the wrong reasons.
The image is a little more saturated than I remember seeing in the theater, but the stylized look comes across beautifully.
Also add the film to that ever-growing list of films only Earl Dittman likes.