Jaime Rebanal updates again with another series of diary entries covering the past two weeks of film viewing.
There’s only a few days left of the half-off sale from the Criterion Collection. If you’re a newcomer to the home video line, all of those selections can look daunting and you’ll probably stand there for a good while trying to decide what to get. With nearly a thousand titles to choose from, it’s overwhelming. [...]
Cinema's two greatest Bergmans come together in a cathartic family drama like no other.
Ingmar Bergman's 1966 masterpiece continues to change the way many look at cinema in the years since its release.
Claustrophobic, but always thoughtful. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Ingmar Bergman's fully realized vision comes together and in turn, is one of the best films about growing up ever made. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Lacking in key factors that fleshed out why Ingmar Bergman's theatrical swan song was one of his finest. (✯✯✯✯)
Bergman at some of his most thoughtful. (✯✯✯✯✯)