The exceptional new transfer highlights the aesthetic charms of one of the first great comedies of the talkie era.
Lubitsch’s film is a deceptively lighthearted exploration of class and gender issues in Britain on the brink of World War II.
The set affirms the profound emotional power of these idiosyncratic collaborations.
A superlative restoration of a key film in Alfred Hitchcock’s evolution as a master explorer of sexual neuroses.
Fox’s fully stocked HD package for Rebecca is an essential release of an exquisitely mixed-up masterpiece.
A landmark physical production is handsomely remastered and preserved, even if the bloom has gone off the rose of its imperial England.
What is the famed “Lubitsch touch” if not the quiet thrill of being in on the joke?
All in all, the film makes a rather lovely and satisfyingly romantic swan song for its star.
Love Me Tonight still stands as a definitive musical.
Kino's smashing transfer anchors Mamoulian's dreamy and precociously sexual masterpiece.