Guillermo del Toro’s gothic romance receives a significant packaging upgrade from Arrow Video.
The Tree of Life is the culmination of Terrence Malick’s artistry, and the Criterion Collection treats it as such with this totemic release.
Susanna White and screenwriter Steven Knight’s white patriarchal guilt is the film’s driving energy and motivation.
Aaron Sorkin deep dives into self-parody from the opening moments of his directorial debut, Molly’s Game.
It imbues a pessimistic view of the seemingly bottomless depths of human cruelty with sorrowful tragic force.
Miss Sloane’s enigmatic nature holds one’s interest throughout, even as it veers into pat moralism.
The overriding despair of Winter’s War’s imagery calls into question who, exactly, the film is for.
Guillermo del Toro’s lavish, tragic romance is his most personal film to date, and this gorgeous Blu-ray reflects its exacting perfectionism.
Crimson Peak is Guillermo del Toro’s fussiest, most compartmentalized construction, filled with the most powerful sense of repression and delusion.
It goes in for the idea of texture, tics, and human behavior, but there’s no conviction, and no real push for eccentricity.