Is there some sort of a deep political hypothesis nibbling on a carrot and overseeing the action in this film?
I was so excited to see the film as a kid that I nearly vomited after getting my ticket punched.
It may be a cartoon, but the film’s deep engagement with municipal history is very much real.
Criterion continues to show enduring love for Gilliam's wondrous magnum opus with their generous Blu-ray package.
A handsome Blu-ray presentation of a film that largely plays like one of those video game cutscenes you can’t skip.
Will Made in Dagenham finally win Sally Hawkins the Oscar nod denied her two years ago for Happy-Go-Lucky?
Its vision of humanity rewound to a feudal state of being is pulpy and smart, though the film is more likely to be remembered as the longest car commercial ever made.
In Paris Je T’aime, 18 renowned directors contribute star-studded vignettes about amour, each set in a different Parisian neighborhood.
The disc’s image is clean and sleek and the soundtrack is deep and bassy.
Picking up where A Beautiful Mind left off and forever ruining Massive Attack’s “Angel” in the process, Stay is a tricked-out look at mental crisis.