Only in its giddily gory finale does the outrageousness of the film’s violence come close to matching that of its plot.
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, 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.
Life might very well lack purpose, and it might very well be a struggle, but that doesn’t mean you have to be an asshole about it.
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.