This gorgeous new hi-def edition of the Billy Wilder film that first put Jack Lemmon and Billy Wilder together on the screen has lost none of its black comedy edge.
It is the most tenderest of tales, so beautifully told, that it's impossible to not become completely invested in the outcome.
Actress Kate Beckinsale still kicks ass after all this time.
Among the latest release from Olive Films is a Blu-ray edition of Claude Chabrol's 1963 drama "Ophélia," a mischievous reimagining of "Hamlet" set in what was, at the time, contemporary France.
"La La Land" on Blu-ray probably won't convert any of the film's naysayers, but those who enjoy the bite of its more realistic take on love and romance will only appreciate Chazelle's accomplishment, and his callbacks to musicals of yore, all the more.
Criterion Collection gives the film a proper remastering in both visual and audio elements, and it's like re-living the film for the first time all over again.
Filmmakers keep trying in vain to create the next iconic horror movie villain. But with a ludicrous movie title and a murky concept, this film belongs in the doldrums section of the horror genre.
This silly movie from 1941 anticipates World War II, and blends rote comedy tropes with propaganda -- but also includes stunning dance, Cole Porter songs, and a ravishing Rita Hayworth.
Even the most ardent fan will be over the moon for Arrow Video's comprehensive new release of the Jake and Magge Gyllenhaal-starring cult classic.
"Unforgettable" knows exactly what kind of popcorn movie it is aiming to be, with an entertainingly camp performance by Katherine Heigl.