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While well-shot, aesthetic choices can do little for an emotionally vacant film, where scenes seem to proceed arbitrarily and technical prowess is without meaning.
‐ Christina Tucker, Film InquiryOverlord
One of the most violent and insane movies I have ever seen. And I loved it.
‐ Kent Garrison, Mad About Movies PodcastBecoming Astrid (Unga Astrid)
A charming albeit conventional look at the coming of age of one of the most successful writers of children's books.
‐ Harvey S. Karten, Big Apple Reviews
AT HOMETwelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys)
Time has been kind to 12 Monkeys, a compelling and unnerving genre exercise that boasts what may be Bruce Willis's finest performance.The Last Hurrah
The disc offers a beautiful transfer of a neglected film, with a commentary that serves as a valuable resource for cinephiles and casual viewers alike.BlacKkKlansman
The name "Spike Lee" isn't always synonymous with subtlety (this is the guy that made "Bamboozled" after all) but in "BlacKkKlansman" he finds a balance that exceeds even his greatest work.