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An indelible piece of pop culture. The greatest movie ever made about movies. Maybe even the greatest movie ever made, full stop. On a sweet new Blu-ray.
DVD Review TABLOID
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Errol Morris and the Interratron on a juicy, sexy scandal from back in the day!
Roman Polanski's triangle of menace and mayhem, with a killer new transfer.
Robert Altman's ruminative, moody vision all souped up in Criterion Blu-ray.
The greatest night in all of human history.
Toshiro Mifune as a true master of the universe, in Akira Kurosawa's brutally taut crime story. On Blu-ray from our friends at Criterion, and it's never looked better.
Criterion spruces up Chaplin's first talking picture, an extended, impassioned, heartfelt kick in the ass of Adolf Hitler.
DVD Review THE COMPANY MEN
Not even having won an Oscar can cushion the blow of the recession, apparently, according to John Wells' star-studded ensemble piece.
How can you not love a movie that starts with a psycho, speechless Cloris Leachman, and ends with the prospect of nuclear armageddon?
A quarter century has done nothing to dim the many charms of arguably Jonathan Demme's best movie. Now looking more choice than ever, on Criterion Blu-ray.
The landmark documentary about one of the human rights pioneers of the last century, in a thorough and completely absorbing Criterion package.
James L. Brooks demonstrates why his nonpareil touch with romantic comedy outlasts any medium, especially one as ephemeral as network—network!—news broadcasts.
Samuel Fuller has no use for understatement or subtlety, especially when he encamps to the insane asylum.
Samuel Fuller's riotously overwrought, madly influential opus, in glorious Blu-ray.
A Criterion box set of silent goodness.
DVD Review THE DAY I BECAME A WOMAN
A triptych of coming-of-age stories from Iran.
Two early works from one of the masters, Yasujiro Ozu.
Wear your presence on Richard Nixon's enemies list as a badge of honor.
Two swell cuts of one of Buster Keaton's greatest.
DVD Review UNION STATION
Los Angeles noiry goodness at the train station downtown.
One of the great ones, the first John Wayne/John Ford collaboration gets the top-of-the-line Criterion treatment.
DVD Review THE TREE THAT REMEMBERS
A documentary look at the continuing cross-continental psychological impact of political upheaval in Iran.
DVD Review THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS
Let us remember the forgotten victims of the war in Iraq: the livestock.
Criterion's great big box of Neorealism.
DVD Review LOUIS ARMSTRONG: GOOD EVENING, EV'RYBODY
Louis Armstrong and some of his best pals celebrate his 70th birthday at the Newport Jazz Festival. We'll save you a piece of cake!
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