With a multitude of special platinum and collectors editions do the often worthless special features really make these DVDs worth buying or are the studios just fleecing our pockets
A fun entertaining film that isnt the Asimov tour-de-force fans of his work may have wanted.
Since Michael Moore offers his take on politics and the like we felt it only fair to take a look at his films. Sadly we find them filled with half-truths and easy punchlines more than real information.
This tender warm-hearted film is both funny and dramatic in a single breath. A simple tale it speaks about the friendship of three lost souls looking for companionship in a rural New Jersey town.
Requiem For A Dream is the 21st Centurys answer to The Exorcist. The latter was banned in Britain from 1973 to 1998
When Millers Crossing opened the New York Film Festival in 1990 it was going to be the film that would see the Coens hit the big time at last and simultaneously make Gabriel Byrne an international superstar. Somehow this didnt happen and Im at a loss to explain why.