Mia Farrow

Be Kind Rewind

July 9, 2008 // 0 Comments

Michel Gondry writes and directs "Be Kind Rewind", a quirky comedy that follows in the footsteps of his recent theatrical features and yet is still in many ways one of his more accessible tales. I remember when I first discovered his work, he [...]

The Omen

October 4, 2006 // 0 Comments

I always find it dubious if studios decide to have films remade that were essentially perfect in the first place. I mean where can you go, but down? The flurry of uninspired remakes of the past years has shown on countless occasions that remaking a [...]

The Robert Altman Collection

May 23, 2006 // 0 Comments

Robert Altman is one of the most unusual of American directors, a constant risk-taker who has challenged Hollywood conventions, yet held in high esteem by the very industry that he defies. As such, he has had more than his share of failures, both critical [...]

Widows Peak

April 11, 2005 // 0 Comments

Directed by John Irvin, "Widows Peak" is one of those whimsical films that will have you smile, giggle and laugh for its entire running length, and well beyond as you begin to re-iterate scenes from the film in your mind over. It is not a [...]

Death On The Nile

February 22, 2001 // 0 Comments

Watching an Agatha Christie movie is like enjoying a cup of warm mulled wine on a rainy night. Even if viewed now as dusty relics, her mysteries spoke to the autocrat as well as the moralist demanding justice. 1978’s "Death on the Nile" was [...]

Rosemary’s Baby

October 31, 2000 // 0 Comments

During my tenure here at DVDReview.com, I’ve reviewed several films that were based on novels. Some of these were good adaptations, while others didn’t do justice to their source material. No matter what, none of them came close to being a [...]