A Night to Remember, one of the earliest re-tellings of the Titanic disaster, is superbly shot, cast, and directed film. While devoid of most “special effects,” this is the best version of this story to ever hit the silver screen.
A controversial retelling of the Christ story by Martin Scorsese will be received quite differently depending on one’s faith and desire to see a faithful reproduction of Kazantzakis’ novel.
A faithful restoration of a film I wish I had seen sooner, Preminger’s Anatomy of a Murder arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of The Criterion Collection.
Lena Dunham may have an eye for the lens, but her comedy of privilege results in obnoxious, one-dimensional characters and a vapid story that becomes quickly tiring.
Controversial and profound, Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ comes to Blu-ray in a cinematographer approved edition from the Criterion Collection.
Criterion has brought the excellent Three Outlaw Samurai to Blu-ray with a superb technical presentation.
As one of the great courtroom dramas in filmdom, Otto Preminger’s Anatomy of a Murder succeeds in delivery a superb cast, cinematography and soundtrack. From start to finish a first rate viewing experience.
Hideo Gosha’s chambara classic Three Outlaw Samurai gets the Criterion Collection treatment in this fine Blu-ray edition that is light on extras, but big on reference video and sound.
The post-World War II anti-nuclear classic Gojira arrives on Blu-ray in a Criterion Collection edition alongside the reworked American version with a healthy dose of worthwhile supplements along for the ride.
This stylish and quirky yakuza action film gets the Criterion treatment on Blu-ray and is a must-see for fans of the genre.