Classics & More on DVD (Jul. 13, 2021)

Here are our latest reviews of films on DVD.

Pre-2018 Film Reviews

Moments Without Proper Names (1987)

Sarah Boslaugh @ The Arts STL

  • Excerpt: Moments Without Proper Names is as good a cinematic introduction to Parks and his works as you will find—it’s eminently approachable, conveys a sense of who Parks was and what his work was about and, at just 58 minutes, leaves the viewer eager for more.

One Fine Day (1996)

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

The Philadelphia Story (1940)

Josh Taylor @ The Forgetful Film Critic

  • Excerpt: The Philadelphia Story is pure escapism. Hepburn, Grant, and Stewart, and their on-screen chemistry, make the movie greater than the sum of its parts, if only marginally so.

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