The Thin Red Line: Criterion Collection

September 16, 2010

After Terrence Malick made Days of Heaven in the late 1970s, he didn’t make another film for two decades. Because he shunned the press like the cinematic equivalent of Thomas Pynchon, speculation was rampant as to the reasons why. It was rumored that... 

Deja Vu

April 20, 2007

Director Tony Scott and Denzel Washington team up for another noisy, hyperactive action film for producer Jerry Bruckheimer but this time out they try to add a bit more substance and thought between the car chases and explosions with Déjà Vu (2006). When... 


January 31, 2007

A man (Caviezel) wearing a jean jacket wakes up in a locked warehouse to find an unconscious man (Pantoliano) tied to a chair, another unconscious man (Sisto) hanging from an overhead walkway by a handcuffed arm and another man (Kinnear) lying out cold... 

The Final Cut

October 6, 2005

The Final Cut (2004) takes place in the near future where it is possible to have a device implanted in your body that records your life through your own eyes, from when you are born to when you die. Alan Hakman (Williams) is a “cutter,” someone who...