This Memorial Day weekend is a perfect time to watch William Wyler's Academy Award-winning masterpiece The Best Years of Our Lives. Here's a look at the film, including its recent blu-ray release from Warner Brothers. You can watch The Best Years of Our Lives on Monday, May 26th at 10:30 pm EST, as part of a special 72-hour Memorial Day Marathon on Turner Classic Movies.
Here is The Black Maria's Brandie Ashe with a review of the release of Disney's The Little Mermaid on Blu-ray.
Pat King reviews the film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's novel Big Sur, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and received a limited nationwide release last year. You can read his review of another Kerouac adaptation, On the Road, here.
With the beginning of the end of Mad Men airing this Sunday, it's time to revisit the corporate drama Executive Suite.
An essay ostensibly arguing that Temple of Doom is the best Indiana Jones movie, but which veers into a larger analysis of the trilogy and the Indiana Jones character
Let's talk theme. Ideally, a great movie should be about something great, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom -- like Aliens -- is a sequel that tops the original, and it tops Raiders of the Lost Ark not because it's a bigger, grander movie, but because it goes to a dark, scary and different place to explore a worthy theme: parenthood.
CC2K Film Editor Jill Blake reviews the Criterion blu-ray of the Ernst Lubitsch comedy To Be or Not to Be.
For CC2K's Fright Week 2013, here is The Moviola's Brandie Ashe with a review of the Lewis Allen's The Uninvited, newly released from The Criterion Collection.
For CC2K's Fright Week, here is The Moviola's own Meaghan Clohessy on Bryan Bertino's The Strangers.