Robert Altman brought Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye to the screen 50 years ago in a neo-noir crime thriller starring Elliott Gould. Philip Marlowe (Elliott Gould) is no stranger to the screen. Raymond Chandler created the private detective for a short story in 1939’s The Big Sleep. The first film adaptation came in 1942. Throughout the years, Robert Mitchum is the only actor to make two appearances as Marlowe on the big screen. Until this…"The Long Goodbye Marks 50th Anniversary"
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Robert Altman’s Oscar-nominated epic musical satire, Nashville, is among the recent films to join the Paramount Presents line. The film is the 24th title to join the Blu-ray line following a new remaster from a 4K scan. Appropriately enough, this film follows some 24 different characters over 5 days in the Tennessee capital prior to a concert. With so many characters, it also means numerous storylines. To put it so simply, there is a lot…"Nashville: Robert Altman’s Epic Musical Satire"
Popeye arrives on Blu-ray for the first time ever ahead of the Robert Altman film’s 40th anniversary of its 1980 theatrical release. The film starts out with a throwback to the classic cartoon during the Adolph Zukor era at Paramount. Popeye also marks the big-screen debut for Robin Williams. This film took producer Robert Evans and screenwriter Jules Feiffer some three years to get the film into production. Funny enough, Evans first got the idea…"Popeye Arrives On Blu-ray For The First Time"