Criterion’s new 2K Blu-ray adeptly demonstrates why Karel Reisz’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman is ready for its (redux) close-up.
As you’d expect from a series with such a dismal track record of successful weddings, its idea of presents isn’t much better, and even the most sincere, like Sam’s, comes with a disclaimer.
It’s fitting that the titular House of Black and White is home to No One, for if there’s anything true of Westeros, it’s that nothing is ever black and white.
This minimal setup stands in sharp contrast to the previous season’s showstoppers.
Criterion continues to show enduring love for Gilliam's wondrous magnum opus with their generous Blu-ray package.
An underwhelming Blu-ray to remind viewers that the problems with Terry Gilliam’s recent films are not an entirely new development.
A strained farce in which lots of one-dimensional Brits converge at the memorial service for their family’s patriarch and proceed to act like buffoons.
As Straw Dogs makes clear, the consequences of enduring such a violent rite of passage is ultimately suffering and alienation.