Criterion's presentation of a strange classic is very much a contender.
Nothing revisionist, but Paul Newman: The Tribute Collection is a warm, pleasant reminder for fans and a good start for newbies.
The disc’s intense focus on the film’s production and Brandon Routh’s transformation into Superman probably makes this a must-own for fans, straight and queer alike.
The underrated Don’t Come Knocking is possibly Wenders’s best film since Paris, Texas.
It’s a pleasant enough piece of hackwork, anonymous in all the right ways so that it neither offends nor thrills.