The film is a fine example of Wilder’s mid-career eccentricity and cosmopolitan curiosity.
Arrow’s most impressive single-feature release to date bolsters an exceptional A/V transfer with a glut of substantive extras.
Ashby’s plangent fable receives a smashing 4K restoration and a fine brace of bonus materials from Criterion.
Harriet’s transformation isn’t significant enough to justify her complete redemption in the eyes of those around her.
A cinematic Hallmark card about the triumph of the human spirit, it finds Ben Stiller courting Oscar-season accolades through a tale that’s all schmaltz, no substance.
Whatever spurred Twilight Time to commit Steel Magnolias to a 3,000-disc run, the results look generally pretty good.
Jack Black gives a career-best performance in an effortlessly entertaining film.
The film is an uncertainly antic case history that never achieves pathos, only shticky black farce.
Kirsten Sheridan’s Dollhouse feels unstable but also achingly real.
An eyesore on the big screen, Valentine's Day is now close to one on your TV. Go read The Sound and the Fury instead.
The film is about as personal and memorable as a seasonal card your significant other snatches up from a Duane Reade at the last minute.
Throughout, Ashby’s bemused direction tempers every blunt edge.
Did no one else involved in the making have a few words to spare?
Eastwood's other western trilogy won't be challenged, but this set gives an interesting view of a star at a crucial crossroads in his career.
Wilder’s movies are full of greedy characters out for themselves no matter what the cost.
This “based on a true rumor” story about the real-life basis for Charles Webb’s novel and Mike Nichols’s The Graduate is a rhythm-less, laugh-less mess.
If only the movie could have found a way to put Shirley MacLaine in every scene.
This is a comedy that gets away with more than it deserves, even using “Everybody Hurts” on the soundtrack.
This predictable but heartwarming comedy plays out like an antidote to films like About Schmidt and Napoleon Dynamite.