Not a big job but glowing with Criterion’s imperial sheen and resplendent sound mix. Maybe the less said the better?
As a magnum opus, Once Upon a Time in America falls just a few point tragically shy of greatness.
The film is a simmering small-town New England noir with an acidic comic streak.
It’s hard to look at Tuesday Weld’s career without feeling a tiny pang of regret for what could have been.
Not for the faint of heart, Chelsea Walls arrives just in time for anyone hankering for a really hot Beatnik summer.
Nicole Burdette’s screenplay is less concerned with engaging the spirits of the past than it is with, well, blowing hot air.