The documentary offers a profound glimpse of one of the greatest and most influential voices in modern music.
With this classic Hollywood thriller, Robert Altman proved that career rehabilitation can spring from stylishly biting the hand that feeds you.
It serves as one of the definitive American explorations of the weird and precarious relationship that exists between actor and director.
Olive Films’s high-def release of Sydney Pollack’s slickly oppression-conscious debut is an unfortunately slender package.
Stanley Kubrick’s final film merits reevaluation and reappraisal.
Misunderstood as a psychosexual thriller, the film is actually more of an acidic comedy about how Tom Cruise fails to get laid.
A George Clooney-headlined drama that, for a time, effectively taps into a contemporary disgust with amoral corporate profiteering.
An unfortunately lightweight DVD package for one of Woody Allen’s greatest moments.