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"
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Quentin Tarantino’s debut feature, Reservoir Dogs, gets the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray treatment over a month after its 30th anniversary. A few filmmakers changed the game for independent filmmaking when their films played Sundance: Quentin Tarantino, Kevin Smith, and Steven Soderbergh. Soderbegh started first with Sex, Lies, and Videotape in 1989. Tarantino was next with Reservoir Dogs in 1992. Finally, you had Kevin Smith premiere Clerks in 1992. While this film didn’t do much at…"Reservoir Dogs Gets 4K Ultra HD Upgrade"
After leaving audiences with somewhat of a cliffhanger, Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law nailed the ending in its season finale. Marvel didn’t make any season finale images available yet so I’ll replace the above image when they do. I shouldn’t have to tell you to make sure to watch through the mid-credits but I’ll remind you anyway. I’m going to get into episode spoilers below the logo image below so please do not read until…"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Nails The Ending"
As Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law makes its arrival on Disney+, it fills the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow size in hole in our hearts. “I’m not a superhero. That is for billionaires, narcissists, and adult orphans for some reason.” – Jen Walters/She-Hulk Press were only sent the first four episodes for review. Every episode includes a tag scene that follow the initial credits. The run-times for Episodes 1-4 are 35, 28, 32, and 34 minutes,…"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Embraces Comedy"
Selma takes us back to the heights of the Civil Rights movement by recreating the historic 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery. It’s been just over five years since the theatrical release and the film remains just as powerful. The biggest injustice is that the Academy only gave the film two nominations. That’s right. The film only earned nominations for Best Picture and Best Original Song. While I admit to actively rooting for Birdman that…"Selma Remains Just As Powerful in 2020"
QT8: The First Eight is a feature-length documentary paying tribute to Oscar-nominated filmmaker and cinephile Quentin Tarantino. Everything started with Reservoir Dogs in 1992. After its midnight premiere during Cannes, history would forever change. This was the breakthrough. Michael Madsen shares some interesting insight into the film’s wardrobe especially with the all-black clothing. The film is told in three distinct chapters: The Revolution, Badass Women and Genre Play, and Justice. It’s a reminder of the…"QT8: The First Eight Honors Quentin Tarantino"
The Incredible Hulk may offer a solid amount of our green friend but the narrative is a bit on the thin side when all is said and done. After being on the run for five years as a fugitive, Bruce Banner (Ed Norton) has found solitude in Brazil. He’s doing what he can to avoid another incident where Mr. Green–as he calls himself in internet correspondence with Mr. Blue–comes out to fight. A freak accident…"The Incredible Hulk – The Road to Endgame"
Luce is one of those films that comes along at just the right point in time in which the country needs it in order to spark an important conversation. From the outside looking in, Luce (Kelvin Harrison, Jr.) is the smartest person in the school. He has it going for him in every which direction. When he’s not in class, he’ll be doing his duties as either the debate-team captain or participating in track. In other words,…"Sundance 2019: Luce"