Demme captures Young on the road during the Le Noise tour in Ontario, Canada.
Ken Burns tells the story of Americans surviving a self-induced disaster.
It delivers a great deal of laughs and a touch of heart, bringing to mind films like "Little Miss Sunshine."
Seymour ain't never has a friend like Audrey II.
"I scream. You scream. We all scream. For ice cream." - Roberto
A funny, refreshing, at times cringe-inducing, break from the usual television fare.
Ozu's bittersweet family drama works so well because of the story's authenticity.
Chaplin fans can strike it rich with Criterion Collection's Blu-ray of The Gold Rush.
Fans should be pleased with the high-definition presentation, assuming there are fans.
If you don't own any Terminator Blu-rays, this set is for you.
Writer/director Joss Whedon was given quite a Herculean task and assembled an entertaining, action-packed adventure.
Ken Burns tells the story of WWII through four small towns and their residents.
The Rescuers is an entertaining children's film; Down Under comes up short.
When it comes to buying this, Hondo suggests, “A man oughta do what he thinks is best.”
An impressive endeavor by the cast and crew.
Make your encounter with this set more than brief.
Criterion makes the Blu-ray well worth the investment of time and money.
If still content with Parker and Stone's batting average, this season should please fans of the show.
Wings will transport you into the wild Blu-ray yonder.
Soderbergh's Traffic gets a quality upgrade.