Flight of Dragons Director: Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass Screenplay: Romeo Muller Minutes: 96 Year: 1982 Score: 7.20 Release: Warner Archive Rankin/Bass Productions is one of the most important film production companies in my life. Every single American has been touched, directly or otherwise, by the company. These men deserve respect, they are moral educators […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Flight of Dragons – Warner Archive"
SubUrbia Director: Richard Linklater Screenplay: Eric Bogosian Minutes: 121 Year: 1996 Score: 5.64 Release: Warner Archive This film is neither the best Linklater, nor is it the best Bogosian and if you watch it as someone whose formative years were in the 90s then you are going to wonder if you were as much as […]Read more "DVD Review – SubUrbia – Warner Archive"
The title’s misleading, that is for sure, and what is with the blatant nude-scene in a romcom? Doc Hollywood works on nearly every level and is a fun movie.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Doc Hollywood – Warner Archive"
I am an enormous Michael Curtiz fan and for most of my life I didn’t know it. I have not seen and doubt that I ever will, I am glad for The Sea Wolf.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Sea Wolf – Warner Archive"
What you need to know is that this picture is a farce. An accurate, sad, joyful, farce. A vision of Spinal Tap laid over a small town with dreams.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Waiting for Guffman – Warner Archive"
Fun fact, I watched this movie because it is referenced in an episode of Criminal Minds. I am grateful that they did, I just wish I liked it more.Read more "Blu-Ray Review – The Illustrated Man – Warner Archive"
Night Moves Director: Arthur Penn Screenplay: Alan Sharp Minutes: 100 Year: 1975 Score: 5.27 Release: Warner Archive This has been a very difficult review for me to write, but I am not sure why. Maybe it is because I feel like I should have liked this film more than I did. Or maybe because I […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Night Moves – WB Shop"
Innocent Blood Director: John Landis Screenplay: Michael Wolk Minutes: 112 Year: 1992 Score: 6.60 Release: Warner Archive This may be sacrilege, but if Paul Thomas Anderson made a vampire-crime-comedy-horror film then it would be Innocent Blood. From WBShop.com: This ghoul just wants to have fun! She also wants an occasional bad guy to sink her […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Innocent Blood – Warner Archive"
I love Steve Martin. Thanks to Warner Archive I have a Martin double-header for you. I didn’t watch them back to back and the 2nd film may suffer if I had.Read more "Blu-rays Review – Steve Martin Double Feature – Warner Archive"
I think I have exhausted the chances that I want to give John Wayne. But I really want to understand what it is about his films that makes him so revered.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Sea Chase – Warner Archive"