Criterion’s beautiful 4k transfer and an abundance of extras do justice to one of New Hollywood’s more complex and challenging social message movies.
Director Norman Jewison’s Rollerball remains a poignant and unusually prescient vision of our world as defined by Walmart and Exxon-Mobil.
This amusingly introspective family film, despite its self-analytical conceit, never devolves into cloying narcissism.
A banal audio/visual presentation for a banal film.
Timely in its examination of Nazi sympathies within France, The Statement never delves too deeply into the pitch-black heart of its premise.