By treating its main character as exceptional, the film validates the punitive system it seeks to criticize.
Paramount’s Blu-ray, which is most notable for its reference-level soundtrack, stays true to the film’s mutative beauty.
Alex Garland’s film gets momentum from the deeper it pushes into the uncertainties of ecology and the self.
Lionsgate outfits one of the most original American crime films in ages with a gorgeously gnarly transfer.
Rob Reiner’s film fails to do justice to both the man and the fraught times he so fundamentally influenced.
Writer-director Franck Khalfoun’s Amityville: The Awakening is an elegant entry in a lame series of horror films.
The latest episode of Twin Peaks is most remarkable for its numerous arrivals and departures.
Good Time is scrupulously designed to address how the urban poor interact and negotiate with city services.
The episode’s frequent matched pairs and expository repetitions seem to draw attention to themselves.
Robert Altman’s sprawling tragicomic testament to fate and infidelity gets an impressive 4K upgrade from the Criterion Collection.