Brad Anderson’s Beirut shows how espionage might appeal to the sort of masochist who’s also an adrenaline addict.
Rogue One is an interesting entry in the Star Wars franchise, and the flawless A/V transfer of Disney’s Blu-ray fully translates its aesthetic beauty.
This is an often beautiful film, unmistakably the work of a great director but also a clearly compromised one.
Rogue One at least creates its own character dynamics and plot routes rather than coasts on existing ones.
The film comes to Blu-ray armed with a superb A/V transfer and a solid packing of extras from Universal.
Jason Reitman’s Juno, they tell us, is a possible spoiler in the Best Picture race, but few seem to think its director stands a chance of winning here.