Following its arrival on Paramount+ and Digital, Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-nominated Babylon is now available on 4K Ultra HD. In addition to the 4K UHD release, the film is also available on Blu-ray, DVD, and in a Limited-Edition 4K Ultra HD SteelBook. What follows is my original review: After a love letter to the golden age of musicals with La La Land, Damien Chazelle delivers a love letter to 20s and 30s cinema in Babylon. You’ve…"Babylon Arrives On 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray"
After a love letter to the golden age of musicals with La La Land, Damien Chazelle delivers a love letter to 20s and 30s cinema in Babylon. You’ve never seen a film like Babylon and you’re probably never going to see anything like this epic ever again. What’s there to say about it? The film–over a decade in the making–is the epic tale about Hollywood that we’ve been waiting for and it’s absolutely awesome. There’s…"Babylon: A Love Letter to 20s and 30s Cinema"
Filmmaker Andrew Stanton has overseen a director approved 4K Ultra HD release of WALL-E through the Criterion Collection. The film, a spiritual cousin of Idiocracy, was one of the best films of 2008 and feels more current as we close in on next year’s 15th anniversary of its theatrical release. At a time when Disney Animation was still getting back in order, Pixar was churning out some of the best animated films ever. This film is…"WALL-E Arrives On Criterion Collection 4K UHD"
Safety Not Guaranteed put Colin Trevorrow on the map and the time travel comedy holds up beautifully on the tenth anniversary. The time travel ad was originally published back in 1997 in Backwoods Home and written by Senior Editor John Silveira. Silveira got over 1000 responses and they were still coming well into the film’s home entertainment release. I’m sure he is probably getting responses today. Wanted: Somebody to go back in time with me.…"Safety Not Guaranteed Marks 10th Anniversary"
WALL-E, a spiritual cousin of Idiocracy, was one of the best films of 2008 and feels more current some twelve years after its theatrical release. At a time when Disney Animation was still getting back in order, Pixar was churning out some of the best animated films ever. This film is certainly no exception. While WALL-E managed to take home an Oscar for Best Animated Feature, it could certainly have crossed over into Best Picture…"WALL-E: A Spiritual Cousin of Idiocracy"
Fans of Toy Story 4 are now able to bring home the fourth chapter of the longest-running Pixar franchise on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. This film could very well mark the end of an era. One thing that is almost for sure, Woody’s story is likely at an end. Whether Disney-Pixar Animation decide to go forward remains to be determined. Your guess is as good as mine at this point. BONUS FEATURES (may…"Toy Story 4 arrives on Blu-ray"
Toy Story 4 could very well be a satisfying conclusion and the end of the line for the 24-year-old Disney-Pixar franchise. The opening prologue starts out some nine years ago when the team comes together to save a toy. Unbeknownst to them, Bo Peep (Annie Potts) is set to be given away. It’s not an easy farewell for Woody (Tom Hanks) after all they’ve been through but all one can do is move forward in…"Toy Story 4 Could Be A Satisfying Conclusion"