Lost somewhere in the rolling hills of Tennessee, David R Perry can occasionally be found doing dark, unspeakable things to words. Printed words, spoken words, electronically mangled words... really any kind but twittered words.
The remarkable video transfer of this Technicolor marvel is reason enough, but it's also an enjoyable and thought-provoking film.
These are budget 3D titles in every respect except the one that could have helped them out: price.
Beautiful in its imagery and haunting in its subject matter, Ivan's Childhood is an impressive debut from the Soviet master.
Although full of beautifully filmed sequences, it will probably find mixed results with audiences not already in tune with modern dance.
It's both an enjoyable and inspirational tale, and one of the more intriguing documentaries of the past few years.
A unique and captivating collage of world imagery, and the technical presentation and bonus content make for an outstanding Blu-ray.
Dredd's sole goal seems to be mindless action punctuated by graphic violence, leaving any hope of story or character developmet lost.
Wonderful stop-motion animation and a winning Blu-ray technical presentation buoy a rather so-so pacing, development and lack of unique bonus items.
Legacy stumbles a bit, but manages to land on its feet enough to set up what could be a promising new Bourne series.
One of the most unique but accessible films of the year, and an engrossing set of characters to revisit.