For Your Consideration
August 9th, 2007

The film is too acerbic to be called a love letter, and while the writing and some of the performances are award-worthy, Guest and his posse are more likely to get blacklisted in a McCarthy-like ban by the rest of Hollywood for exposing the whole vacuous system.

May 1st, 2003

Rob Cohen’s commentary is interesting from a technical and anecdotal point of view, and makes you appreciate just how much work goes into a project of this scope. Ironically, he talks about very fine details that seem immaterial to such a brainless action movie.

Matrix Reloaded
December 1st, 2003

Don’t despair if it leaves you wanting — along with Lord of the Rings, The Matrix franchise is fanboy paradise. Expect many more editions and box sets in years to come, but until then, this one will whet your appetite.

Rescue Dawn
March 6th, 2007

With the help of Bale’s increasing onscreen confidence in leading roles, Herzog wields the camera to achieve a taut, urgent tone not simply like it’s a war-zone documentary but through a warped, almost fish-eye lens that brings every surrounding into frighteningly close relief.

Righteous Kill
May 1st, 2009

After sharing a film but no scenes together in 1974s The Godfather Part II and a single, teasing scene in 1995s Heat, the thought of sharing a whole film was enough to turn fans of two of acting’s living legends into an apoplexy of excitement.

Happy Feet
May 4th, 2007

Roadshow have aimed the release squarely at the under 15s, but if they ever decide on another release, one for the fans of filmmaking craft wouldn’t go astray. It’d be great to see the technical details behind an incredible project that marshalled several hundred computer technicians alone.

Lord of War The best films are those where the filmmaker can tell you something ...
March 1st, 2006

Let the Right One In You couldn't ordinarily term a movie beautiful where just two of the ...
July 20th, 2009

Incredible Hulk, The The Film The series pilot and movie-length Married episode laid down the groundwork ...
September 1st, 2003

The Abominable Snowman One of Hammer studios' lesser-known and very early efforts, The Abominable Snowman ...
August 21st, 2008

The Lazarus Project It could have been a bit more action packed, but Paul Walker ...
May 21st, 2009

Blue Water White Death When Kurosawa's The Hidden Fortress came out the distributor proudly proclaimed all ...
April 16th, 2009

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