Person to Person is a vehicle for an exploration of New York City and a handful of its interesting inhabitants.
Harriet’s transformation isn’t significant enough to justify her complete redemption in the eyes of those around her.
As characters digress on the differences between rom-coms and real life, it evinces a schizophrenic relationship with its own inside-baseball cynicism.
The meager comeuppance and hasty notes of sweetness that end the film feel pre-approved rather than organically realized.
One of the most accomplished American dramas of the 1990s arrives on Blu-ray sporting a suitably exceptional A/V transfer.
The once boundlessly energetic Jim Carrey is no longer trying so hard to impress viewers with his hyper brand of slapstick.
On the surface, everything is pristine and perfect.
A borderline shameful image transfer makes this first DVD edition of Zodiac something of a waste of time and money.
The film is backed by a solid character-based narrative foundation, as James Vanderbilt’s script never loses focus on his story’s human element.
The type of ineffective third-rate con job that simply turns the volume way up for explosions in order to elicit an audience’s jolted reaction.