Charlie Chaplin's Limelight is a film that aids in answering the question, "What makes a great filmmaker?" and Criterion's new Blu-ray presentation is absolutely wonderful.
If you loved Eastwood's latest in theaters, you'll love this release even more and you may be surprised if you opposed it at first.
Headlined by David Oyelowo, Selma's release to disc becomes much more than about being snubbed by the Oscars thanks to some great special features.
Joaquin Phoenix returns for one of Paul Thomas Anderson's most intriguing films yet. It's just a shame the Blu-ray special features can't match that intrigue.
I found the structure and storytelling of Preston Sturges's Sullivan's Travels far more intriguing than the film itself.
Ingmar Bergman's Cries & Whispers is a challenging and complex feature and a Blu-ray Bergman fans will want in their collection.
I was not a fan of Fellini Satyricon, but Criterion has put together a wonderful package for fans of the film and Fellini fans in general.
The first time I saw Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now back in 2008 I wasn't so much a fan, but I have to admit this new Criterion Collection Blu-ray release has caused me to find a much greater appreciation for the 1973 film.
An exploration of the Nightcrawler audio commentary on the new Blu-ray release featuring writer/director Dan Gilroy with his brothers Tony and John Gilroy.
Perhaps the deleted and extended scenes on the Blu-ray disc for Fury will allow you a greater appreciation of this WWII tank thriller.