Nashville: Criterion Collection

December 3, 2013

At the time, Nashville (1975) was Robert Altman’s magnum opus, a sprawling tale featuring 24 characters over five days. Not only does he manage to juggle all of these storylines, but is able to seamlessly interconnect them in major or minor ways. The... 

The Blues Brothers: 25th Anniversary Edition

January 15, 2006

It has been 25 years since John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd’s most famous characters, the Blues Brothers roared their way onto the big screen and re-introduced the world to the joys of classic rhythm and blues. After receiving criticism for only releasing... 

The Long Goodbye

December 1, 2003

When The Long Goodbye was released in 1973, MGM promptly bungled its ad campaign. Robert Altman’s film radically reworked Raymond Chandler’s novel of the same name and the studio had no idea how to market the offbeat movie. It polarized critics...