Eastwood’s Unforgiven brought the revisionist revenge film into the 1990s and, by extension, the 21st century.
Twilight Time’s high-def restorative efforts prove that Major Dundee is anything but minor Peckinpah.
This is a smuggled-out-under-the-cover-of-darkness rehash of the 2002 two-disc DVD set.
Alfonso Cuarón’s aesthetic seems perfectly suited to the narrative, which focuses on Harry’s near-despondent state.
The features on this DVD still feel as if they’ve been designed for the five and under crowd.
As far as stuffy Oxford dramas go, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone has them all beat.