In Alan Rudolph’s film, a sense of encroaching irrelevancy parallels the invisibility the characters feel.
This moody, under-seen, incredibly sexy romantic noir, a highpoint for its superb cast, receives a beautiful, appropriately reverent restoration.
Pixar’s overlooked gem arrives in a worthwhile collector’s edition bursting with features and exceptional A/V presentation.
A typical film-only platter from Olive Films benefits from a sturdy transfer.
A stunning release of one of Pixar’s most sadly underappreciated works.
This two-disc set is sure to keep Gilliam's few Tideland fans buzzing for some time.
Its out-there excessiveness eventually conveys not the resilience of youthful imaginations but, rather, the limits of unchecked auteurism.
Now it’s time to say goodbye.Disney closes the doors to its animation studio with the beautifully drawn but lousy Home on the Range.
Parents should be prepared to sit in front of the television for hours on end before getting through half the extras available here.