Shout! Factory pulls a rabbit out of its hat with this Blu-ray release, which boasts a solid transfer and a pair of great commentaries.
In the movie’s nonstop action pieces, all of the characters are consistently undone by their regional foibles.
After a 10-year absence from filmmaking, Frank Borzage returned for one final summation of his themes.
William H. Clothier’s cool, gray cinematography is immaculately preserved, filled with severe gradations, and the sound is equally impressive, especially in the last scenes.
Rabbits don’t have vocal cords, so Big Science can’t hear them scream.
Might be the only ‘70s film featuring the Army that isn’t even worth unpacking for political subtext.