Martin Scorsese’s underrated 1985 back comedy thriller, After Hours, is now available on 4K Ultra HD by way of The Criterion Collection. In joining The Criterion Collection, the yuppie nightmare cycle (screwball comedy and film noir) becomes the 8th Scorsese film to get a release. This includes both Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese and The Last Waltz. Interestingly, the Academy did not honor Scorsese with an Oscar for Best Director until…"After Hours Joins The Criterion Collection In 4K Ultra HD"
Led by a truly remarkable performance from Cobie Smulders, Alright Now is an improvisational feat. American-born rock musician Joanne Skye decides to enroll in college after ending a relationship with her boyfriend. Her band was unable to attract an audience on tour. This leads to the Filthy Dukes quickly collapsing. It’s foolish decision after foolish decision leading to Joanne enrolling in a coastal college during one drunken night. Yep, there’s a meet-cute with admissions clerk,…"Alright Now: Improvised In 5 Days"