David Strathairn

L. A. Confidential

September 30, 2008 // 0 Comments

"L. A. Confidential" was clearly one of the best films of 1997, and it garnered an impressive number of Academy Award nominations. In a hopeless face-off against the behemoth "Titanic", it even succeeded in winning two of the awards, [...]

The Bourne Ultimatum

January 15, 2008 // 0 Comments

The Bourne Ultimatum is the third and possibly final chapter in the spy saga and was also, interestingly, the most financially successful of the three. No doubt strong DVD sales of the first two films pushed audience expectations and created a [...]

Good Night, And Good Luck

August 25, 2006 // 0 Comments

Not only as an actor but also as a director, George Clooney, proves over and over again that he knows his chops. With his latest film "Good Night, And Good Luck," which he directed and stars in, he takes on the political nightmare that went down [...]

Good Night, And Good Luck

March 16, 2006 // 0 Comments

Not only as an actor but also as a director, George Clooney, proves over and over again that he knows his chops. With his latest film "Good Night, And Good Luck," which he directed and stars in, he takes on the political nightmare that went down [...]

Twisted

September 9, 2004 // 0 Comments

Boasting a promising cast, consisting of Ashley Judd, Andy Garcia and Samuel Jackson in the lead, Philip Kaufman’s new thriller ’Twisted’ sounded like an interesting genre entry. However, it turns out that the film is highly formulaic and offers no [...]

Limbo

November 28, 1999 // 0 Comments

Columbia TriStar Home Video’s release of “Limbo” features a good looking transfer in a 1.85:1 widescreen aspect ratio that is enhanced for 16×9 TVs. The transfer is very natural looking, faithfully preserving the movie’s colors and rendering [...]

L. A. Confidential

September 9, 1998 // 0 Comments

"L. A. Confidential" was clearly one of the best films of 1997, and it garnered an impressive number of Academy Award nominations. In a hopeless face-off against the behemoth "Titanic", it even succeeded in winning two of the awards, [...]

The River Wild

February 26, 1998 // 0 Comments

Curtis Hanson, the director of "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle", brings us the highly acclaimed"The River Wild", a stylish thriller that could theoretically happen to any one of us. The movie’s magnificent scenery and its gorgeous [...]

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