It’s seen many home-video releases over the years, but Criterion’s Blu-ray finally gives the film the package it deserves.
Most affecting in its depiction of friendship, and the performances represent platonic male intimacy in convincing, often moving ways.
A top-shelf presentation of one of last year’s baggiest, most unnecessary films.
Criterion continues to show enduring love for Gilliam's wondrous magnum opus with their generous Blu-ray package.
A paltry offering of bad-looking archival interviews is, sadly, all Echo Bridge shelled out for.
An underwhelming Blu-ray to remind viewers that the problems with Terry Gilliam’s recent films are not an entirely new development.
Ratatouille is darling, even if I’m still of the opinion that a rat will eat your face if you let your guard down for a second.
Even the film’s DVD evokes a triumph of technical style over substance.
New Jersey is not as ugly as Todd Solondz would have us believe, nor is it as precious as Zach Braff tells us, but we’ll take Garden State over Palindromes any day.