Fonda’s beautiful, unjustly overlooked western has been outfitted with a gorgeous transfer and an eclectic collection of supplements.
The significant boost to the film’s image and sound quality alone makes an upgrade to Criterion’s Blu-ray a must.
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.
This amusingly introspective family film, despite its self-analytical conceit, never devolves into cloying narcissism.
The back of the box calls the film a Chinese puzzle. Are they sure they didn’t mean Chinese Water Torture?
It’s a tragedy to show up at work to give away more of your time when you’ve failed to define yourself the night before.
For all the misappropriated hatred spewed about the film back in 1988, it follows the Gospels with diligence and faith.