Guerrilla documentarian Michael Moore takes an American flag and American ideas around Scandinavia, the continent, and North Africa in a more subdued, still funny and yet revelatory quest on how to become a better United States.
The iconic character of Hannibal Lector didn't make his movie debut in "Silence of the Lambs" like some people think. That distinction belongs to this 1986 underrated film.
What's more enjoyable than a harmless, dated 1982 comedy?
Those two 80s studs Rob Lowe and James Spader starred in a 1990 potboiler that should get reexamined.
The special features contain interesting tidbits, but the film itself -- luminous, moving -- is the star of this new edition.
The long out-of-print second installment of the seminal series that spoofs bad movies features some of the best and hilarious episodes.
Godard's films can be exasperating, but in this case the pieces do fall together quite nicely. The Cohen Media Blu-ray edition is a gorgeous 2K high definition restoration that serves his vision well.
This extraordinary revenge tragedy about an Auschwitz survivor who discovers that the man who murdered his family is living in America is loaded with cinematic gold - legendary actors, suspense and thought provoking themes of justice and identity.
Criterion's care in putting this edition together results in a definitive package. You need to see this movie if you've haven't yet; if you have, you need to watch again, more closely, with its creators whispering in your ear.
This recent critic and audience favorite comes reasonably priced and the Blu-ray has some fairly good extras.