Pulp Fiction, the 1994 Oscar-winning classic written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, makes its arrival on 4K Ultra HD. The film’s 4K release also comes a few weeks after Lionsgate upgraded Reservoir Dogs to 4K UHD for its 30th anniversary. There’s no milestone anniversary here but the film is now available on 4K UHD, including a Limited Edition Collector’s SteelBook. All of the bonus features are also on the previous home entertainment releases. When one…"Pulp Fiction: Quentin Tarantino Classic Arrives On 4K Ultra HD"
Face/Off, the John Woo action film starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, marks its 25th anniversary since its June 1997 release. I was too young to appreciate Nicolas Cage for his mannerisms when I first saw this film in 1997. In hindsight, I was probably a few years too young to see the movie, what with the R rating and all. But then again, I had already watched dinosaurs tear apart two different islands by…"Face/Off: Action Film Marks 25th Anniversary"
A zealous movie fan in The Fanatic strongly insists that he isn’t a stalker even as he does the things that nobody could possibly imagine. By any term of the definition, Moose (John Travolta) is a stalker. He’s more of a “stan,” a term that combines both stalker and fan. Moose certainly denies this but the facts are facts. The target of Moose’s obsession is none other than action hero Hunter Dunbar (Devon Sawa). Moose…"The Fanatic: Fan Insists He’s Not A Stalker"
John Travolta, who stars in the upcoming The Fanatic, spoke about what he looks for in a screenplay during Wizard World Chicago. On being asked about what he looks for in roles: John Travolta: The most common thing: is it different than something I’ve done before? Or if it’s in a similar category, is it different enough for me to give a spin on it that would be entertaining to the audience? Only the actor…"John Travolta on What He Looks For In A Screenplay"
Make no mistake that Primary Colors is a satire but the film’s events are rather uncanny when it comes to similarities with the 1992 Bill Clinton campaign. Henry Burton (Adrian Lester) signs on to manage the presidential campaign for Arkansas Governor Jack Stanton (John Travolta). Stanton has this charismatic attitude about the way he walks and talks. You can’t help but like the guy and want him to win! Stanton already has a strong team…"Primary Colors Really Goes For The Satire"
Upon revisiting the film for its 40th anniversary, Grease does manage to hold up to an extent. Watching the film through a contemporary lens does lead to seeing some some problematic flaws. The worldwide phenomenon was released in theaters in 1978, a few years before I was born. To date, I’ve only seen the musical a few times and decided to watch the classic in honor of the the 40th anniversary. I’m glad that I…"Grease Celebrates 40 Years With New Box Set"