If its copycat visual artistry illuminates nothing, at least its script is sincerely devoted to probing Finkel and Longo’s odd partnership.
Viewer/character solidarity only holds up for so long, and the film falls hard into twisty, nonsense territory, skipping over its stronger themes in the process.
If nothing else, the trilogy should afford sufficient proof of the immense differences between Verhoeven and the trigger-happy, run-of-the-mill action directors he is often lumped in with.
One of the best-looking films of 2005, Good Night, and Good Luck. doesn’t exactly get the red-carpet treatment from Warner Home Video.
A meaty, insightful and genuinely exciting collection of supplemental features highlight this Confessions of a Dangerous Mind DVD edition.