Siegel’s ultracool heist film comes to Blu-ray with an exquisite transfer and several top-shelf extras.
Peckinpah’s underrated film receives a good transfer, with an audio commentary that formidably analyzes the filmmaker’s autumnal art.
The real test of a festival must, at some point, come down to the strength of its new titles.
Nichols’s beautiful and touching adventure is a bracing reminder of the primal thrill that a great pop film can offer.
The film ultimately succeeds thanks to small details, from the swampy texture of its location photography to its uniformly expert cast.
George Wallace deserves a more substantial DVD treatment than this one.