With this beautiful and lively transfer, Criterion brings Elaine May’s neglected masterpiece of male alienation back to pulsating life.
A farcical mix of cerebral and physical comedy, Arthur Hiller’s The In-Laws looks swell in its Blu-ray debut.
In an efficiently run universe, Criterion’s beyond crucial set of Cassavetes best films, packaged with informative, alluring extras and lovely A/V transfers, would come with any film-school acceptance letter.
It’s easy to see what displeased critics and audiences alike at the time of the film’s release.
The most miserable thing about melancholy is that it has no object.
The grand theme of Wim Wenders’s film is storytelling in all its forms as a coping mechanism of the human race.
Even for non-fanatics, this packaging of perhaps the most beloved European film of a generation is heaven-sent.