This edition boasts a strong collection of extras, but that can’t make up for the 4K scan’s imperfections.
One of the Criterion Collection’s best recent discs, this restoration of Sex, Lies, and Videotape is a dream for cinephiles.
In every scene, the film’s cutting is dictated by the turbulent pace of the characters’ inner lives.
Joseph Kosinski’s Only the Brave displays a kinship to Howard Hawks’s hard-nosed, old-fashioned pragmatism.
Robert Altman’s sprawling tragicomic testament to fate and infidelity gets an impressive 4K upgrade from the Criterion Collection.
With this immaculate Blu-ray transfer of Magic Mike XXL, you’re invited to indulge the film’s multitudinous pleasures without shame or judgment.
Magic Mike XXL plays like the party bus whose road was charitably paved.
Mistaken-identity shenanigans and gooey romance are Monte Carlo’s prime commodities.
I think the only thing it validates is itself, and the decision to give the Brat Pack the celluloid equivalent of a Reykjavik summit.
For nearly a decade, I’ve felt a certain allegiance to Robert Altman’s Short Cuts, and I’d never seen a single frame of it.