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and a brothel."
-- Federico Fellini
Apr 172018
 

From the Big Screen:

"The Post" and "The Commuter." For more information on other releases this week, see the Weekly Guide to Home Video Releases.

This Week's Best Bets:

"Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 Limited Edition": Boundary-breaking early crime thrillers, mob dramas and action movies from legendary cult director Seijun Suzuki. Includes: "Eight Hours of Terror" (1957), "The Sleeping Beast Within" (1960), "Smashing the 0-Line" (1960), "Tokyo Knights" (1961), "The Man with a Shotgun" (1961). Available for home-viewing for the very first time ever outside of Japan, this collection of bleak crime thrillers, brash mob dramas and photo for Seijun Suzuki: The Early Years. Vol. 2 Limited Editionexuberant action movies, made across the first five years of Seijun Suzuki's career within Nikkatsu's Borderless Action (mukokuseki akushon) line, presents a heady mix that laid the ground for what was to come. "The Sleeping Beast Within" (1960) is a gripping crime thriller that sees a newspaper reporter's search for his girlfriend's missing father lead him into heart of the criminal underworld of Yokohama's Chinatown. Its companion piece, "Smashing the 0-Line" (1960), follows two reporters' descent into a scabrous demimonde of drug and human trafficking. In "Eight Hours of Terror" (1957), a bus making its precarious way across a winding mountain road picks up some unwelcome passengers. In "Tokyo Knights" (1961), a college student takes over the family business in the field of organized crime, while "The Man with a Shotgun" photo for Sleeping Dogs (1961) marks Suzuki's first entry into the territory of the "borderless" Japanese Western. In a Blu-ray/DVD Combo, from Arrow Video/MVD Entertainment … "Sleeping Dogs": (1977) Adapted from C.K. Stead's novel "Smith's Dream," "Sleeping Dogs" almost single-handedly kickstarted the New Zealand New Wave, demonstrating that homegrown feature films could resonate with both local and international audiences, and launching the big-screen careers of director Roger Donaldson ("No Way Out," "Species") and Sam Neill ("Jurassic Park," "Possession"). Neill — in his first lead role in a feature — plays Smith, a man escaping the break-up of his marriage by finding isolation on an island off the Coromandel Peninsula. As he settles into his new life, the country is experiencing its own turmoil: an oil embargo has led to martial law and civil war, into which Smith reluctantly finds himself increasingly involved. Co-starring Warren Oates as the commander of a US army unit drawn into the conflict, "Sleeping Dogs" is simultaneously a political thriller, a personal drama and a true landmark in New Zealand cinema. On Blu-ray, from Arrow Academy/MVD Entertainment.

"The Awful Truth" (1937): In this Oscar-winning farce, Cary Grant (in the role that first defined the Cary Grant persona) and Irene Dunne exude charm, cunning, and artless affection as an urbane couple who, fed up with each other's infidelities, resolve to file for divorce. Try as they each might to move on, the mischievous Jerry can't help but meddle in Lucy's ill-matched engagement to a corn-fed Oklahoma businessman (Ralph photo for The Awful TruthBellamy), and a mortified Lucy begins to realize that she may be saying goodbye to the only dance partner capable of following her lead. Directed by the versatile Leo McCarey, a master of improvisation and slapstick as well as a keen and sympathetic observer of human folly, "The Awful Truth" is a warm but unsparing comedy about two people whose flaws only make them more irresistible. On DVD, Blu-ray Disc with new 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray, from The Criterion Collection … "The Color of Pomegranates" (1969 — Russia): A breathtaking fusion of poetry, ethnography, and cinema, Sergei Parajanov's masterwork overflows with images and sounds that burn into photo for The Color of Pomegranates the memory. In a series of tableaux that blend the tactile with the abstract, "The Color of Pomegranates" revives the splendors of Armenian culture through the story of the 18th-century troubadour Sayat-Nova, charting his intellectual, artistic, and spiritual growth through iconographic compositions rather than traditional narrative. The film's tapestry of folklore and metaphor departed from the realism that dominated the Soviet cinema of its era, leading authorities to block its distribution, with rare underground screenings presenting it in a restructured form. This edition features the cut closest to Parajanov's original vision, in a restoration that brings new life to one of cinema's most enigmatic meditations on art and beauty. In Armenian, Azerbaijani, and Georgian with English subtitles. On DVD, Blu-ray Disc with new 4K digital restoration, undertaken by The Film Foundation's World Cinema Project in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray, from The Criterion Collection.

From TV to Disc:

"The Accident (L’accident)" (2016 — France) is a two-disc set with six episodes. Kindhearted construction boss Gabriel Cauvy lives with his wife, Rebecca, and daughter, Luna, in Sainte Lune, a picturesque but struggling village in Brittany, France. One day, Gabriel notices his wife behaving strangely, and hours later she is killed in a car wreck. Amid his grief, Gabriel also contends with the bizarre circumstances of the crash. Why was Rebecca’s car stopped in the middle of photo for The Accident (L’accident)passenger seat when she didn’t drink liquor? Was it truly an accident? Or could it have been something more sinister? When the police and the rest of Sainte Lune blame Rebecca for the crash, Gabriel determines to clear her name. But as he starts his own investigation, the residents of his quaint little town all seem to be hiding something — and the search for the truth is more dangerous than he could have imagined. From Acorn Media … "Claws: The Complete First Season" (2017) is a three-disc set with all 10 episodes of the midnight-dark, wickedly funny meditation on female badness set in a South Florida nail salon. It follows the rise of five diverse and treacherous manicurists working at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon, where there is a lot more going on than silk wraps and pedicures. Claws is about good women caught in bad places with worse men. It's the story of hardworking women trying to get by in this economy, set against the surreal, bright, gritty landscape of Florida and the luscious, absurd, extreme excesses of the crime world. From Warner.

Buzzin' the 'B's:

Written and directed by Floyd ("The Hollywood Knights," "American Hot Wax") Mutrux, "Aloha, Bobby and Rose," (1975), in a Blu-ray debut this week, sets its sights on the good-looking titular twosome: Bobby (Paul le Mat), who has a souped-up ‘68 Camaro and a dead-end job; and Rose (Dianne Hull), who’s got a 5-year-old son and a nowhere life. The two meet and quickly fall in love, which gives way to Rose’s photo for Aloha, Bobby and Rose fantasy of leaving the Hollywood streets behind and saying “aloha” to life in exotic Hawaii. But when a seemingly safe attempt to rob a liquor store to bankroll their journey goes tragically awry, Bobby and Rose find themselves on the run from the law … and for their lives. Barreling across nighttime L.A. in a bid to make it to the tropics, the young lovers learn that “aloha” can also mean “goodbye.” Remastered in high definition transfer with extensive color correction. Co-stars Robert Carradine, Tim McIntire, Edward James Olmos and Noble Willingham. From Doppelgänger Releasing/Scorpion Releasing … On the eve of an abandoned hospital’s demolition, evil walks its empty corridors to the pulsating echo of 150 beats per minute in "Rave Party Massacre (aka DeadThirsty" (2017), starring Sara Bess, Evan Taylor Williams and Melissa Kunnap. It’s 1992, an uncertain time of uprising, of violent revolution against the so-called New World Order. When Rachel, Branson, and others attend an illegal rave party held in the facility, they encounter the malevolent presence lurking within. From Breaking Glass Pictures … "Deep Blue Sea 2" (2018), starring Danielle Savre, Michael Beach, Rob Mayes, Nathan Lynn and Kim Syster, is a sequel to the 1999 hit directed by Renny Harlin that featured Thomas Jane, Samuel L. Jackson, Saffron Burrows and LL Cool J. Shark conservationist Dr. Misty Calhoun (Savre) is invited to photo for Deep Blue Sea 2consult on a new, top secret project run by pharmaceutical billionaire Carl Durant (Beach). She believes the project, performed at a remote, sea-based facility, focuses on extracting shark antibodies to help work toward cures for human diseases. However, Dr. Calhoun is shocked to learn that the company is using unpredictable bull sharks as its test subjects, and Durant has bio-engineered a shiver of highly intelligent, super-aggressive bull sharks. When science meddles with the time-tested process of nature and nurture, the outcome can be deadly. On DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, from Warner … With an interminable case of writer’s block and a personal family crisis, playwright Nate (Jemaine Clement) is forced to move into his father’s (Elliott Gould) retirement community in "Humor Me" (2017). But a chance encounter with the local community theatre group may help turn his life around — or signal the end of his once promising career for good. Co-stars Ingrid Michaelson, Annie Potts and Bebe Neuwirth. On DVD, Blu-ray, from Shout! Factory … In "Honor Up" (2018), starring Damon Dash, Cam’ron, Murda Mook, Blackface, Smoke DZA and Nicholas Turturro, OG is a drug lord’s lieutenant struggling to maintain the code of honor — protect the family — within his unruly crew after a Harlem shootout. The film reveals a deadly underworld where beats pound as bullets fly, and even outlaws must live by the code. On DVD, Blu-ray Disc, from Lionsgate.

On the Indie Front:

In "The Happys" (2018), starring Melissa McBride, Janeane Garofalo, Stephen Guarino, Rhys Ward, Tim Abell, Jack DePew, Brian Jordan Alvarez and Arturo Del Puerto, 212-year-old Tracy walks in on her newly minted "movie star" boyfriend having sex with a man and, after assessing her limited options, she returns to him with a deal — if he agrees to marry her, she’ll forget the whole thing ever photo for Russian Dollhappened. Their relationship quickly deteriorates, but Tracy’s world blossoms when she befriends the quirky residents in her Los Feliz (The Happys) neighborhood. As she discovers her sense of self and true passion for cooking, she's a catalyst that forces everyone around her to grow and connect in unforeseen ways. Features an original score by Patrick Sansone (Wilco). From Indican Picture … In "Russian Doll" (2016), starring Melanie Brockmann Gaffney, Kristine Sutherland, Sarah Hollis, Marem Hassler and Jason T. Gaffney, veteran lesbian police detective Viola Ames (Gaffney) is assigned to investigate the case of a missing woman who uncovered a murder plot set in the theatre world, behind the scenes of a play called "The Russian Doll." As the play moves towards opening night, Viola and her police partner uncover a complicated and enigmatic series of twists and turns to uncover the identity of the kidnapper as well as a surprising murder suspect. At the same time that Viola deciphers clues to solve the case, Viola's tough and emotionally closed world begins to change as she falls for a new woman in her life, Faith. From Wolfe Video.

Foreign:

In "A Taxi Driver" (2017 — South Korea), a powerful true story set in 1980, a down-on-his-luck photo for A Taxi Drivertaxi driver from Seoul is hired by a foreign journalist who wants to go to the town of Gwangju for the day. They arrive to find a city under siege by the military government, with the citizens, led by a determined group of college students, rising up to demand freedom. What began as an easy fare becomes a life-or-death struggle in the midst of the Gwangju Uprising, a critical event in the history of modern South Korea. South Korea's official entry in the 2018 Academy Awards best foreign-language film category. Stars Song Kang-Ho, Thomas Kretschmann, Yoo Hai-Jin and Ryu Jun-Yeol. On Blu-ray from Well Go USA.

Special Interest:

"Doris Day: A Sentimental Journey" (1991) is a celebration of one of Hollywood's biggest and most beloved stars. Doris Day began her legendary career as a big band singer in the 1940s, made her motion picture debut in 1948 and became box office magic for the next two decades in musicals, comedies and dramas such as "Calamity Jane," "The Man Who Knew Too Much," "The Pajama Game," "Please Don't Eat photo for Doris Day: A Sentimental Journeythe Daisies," "The Thrill of It All" and three iconic romantic comedies with Rock Hudson, including her Oscar-nominated "Pillow Talk." In the late 1960s, Doris moved to television with her top-10 self-titled sitcom followed by music specials in the 1970s and "Doris Day's Best Friends" in the 1980s. Since retiring from show business, Day has devoted herself to her first love with the Doris Day Animal Foundation.This documentary details her dramatic life story and career, guided by Doris along with famous friends (Betty White, Clint Eastwood) and admirers (film critics Roger Ebert and Molly Haskell). Also featured is rare footage and archival materials from the star's own collection.From Dark Sky Films/MPI … March 30, 1985: Derek and Nancy Haysom are discovered brutally murdered at their home in Lynchburg, Virginia. The arrest and conviction of the couple's daughter Elizabeth, a scholarship student at the University of Virginia, and her boyfriend Jens Söring, the brilliant son of a German diplomat, set off a media frenzy, becoming the first trial of its kind to be nationally televised. But what if the justice system got it all wrong? The gripping true crime documentary "Killing for Love" (2016) untangles the web of romantic obsession and betrayal that may have led an innocent man to make the ultimate sacrifice for love: take the fall for a murder he didn't commit. Features the voices of Daniel Brühl and Imogen Poots. From IFC Films

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Apr 102018
 

From the Big Screen:

"The Greatest Showman," "Phantom Thread," "Molly's Game," "All the Money in the World" and "Proud Mary." For more information on other releases this week, see the Weekly Guide to Home Video Releases.

This Week's Best Bet:

Ingrid Bergman appeared in 10 films in her native Sweden before the age of 25, and while that work tends to be overshadowed by her time in Hollywood, it showcases the photo for Eclipse Series 46: Ingrid Bergman's Swedish Years actor summoning an impressive depth of emotion to deliver astute, passionate performances. Under the guidance of filmmakers including the prolific studio director Gustaf Molander, Bergman embraced a range of roles and worked with some of the most celebrated actors in the Swedish film industry, including Gösta Ekman, Karin Swanström, Victor Sjöström, and Lars Hanson. Comedies, romances, and thrillers, the six fascinating films collected in "Eclipse Series 46: Ingrid Bergman's Swedish Years" — including "Intermezzo," the movie that brought Bergman to America — exhibit the precociously assured talent of a young artist with an illustrious international career ahead of her. The films included here: "The Count of the Old Town" (1935), "Walpurgis Night" (1935), "Intermezzo" (1936), "Dollar" (1938), "A Woman's Face" (1938) and "June Night" (1940). On DVD from The Criterion Collection.

From TV to Disc:

"Outlander: Season Three" (2017) is a five-disc set with all 13 episodes. Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie’s epic time-traveling love story continues. Based upon "Voyager," the third of eight books in Diana Gabaldon’s international best-selling "Outlander" series about a British WWII nurse who is mysteriously swept back in time to Scotland in 1743. The third season picks up right after Claire travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant, photo for Outlander: Season Threeshe struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank. Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as well as the loss of Claire. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make lives apart from one another, each haunted by the memory of their lost love. Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie must find their way back to each other. As always, adversity, mystery, and adventure await them, and the question remains: When they find each other, will they be the same people who parted at the standing stones, all those years ago? on DVD, Blu-ray, and with a Limited Edition that features special packaging, including 28 pages of behind-the-scenes photographs. From Sony … "Vice Principals: The Complete Series" (2016-17) is a three-disc set of the comedy series that tells the story of a southern suburban high school and the two people who conspire to run it, the vice principals. Danny McBride and Walton Goggins star as Neal Gamby and Lee Russell, a pair of ambitious administrators wagged in an epic power struggle to become school principal. After the long-time principal steps down to tend to his ailing wife, these bitter antagonists are forced to put their mutual disdain aside to form an unholy alliance in order to sabotage the new appointed principal, Dr. Belinda Brown. From HBO.

Buzzin' the 'B's:

"Gone Are the Days" (2018), starring Tom Berenger, Lance Henriksen, Meg Steedle and Danny Trejo, is a Western saga about a fading gunman’s quest for justice. Seeing his days are growing short, Taylon (Henriksen) rises from his deathbed, puts on his spurs, and hits the trail in search of redemption. He crosses the desert to a gold-rush town, where he finds his estranged daughter working in a brothel. But to earn her freedom, he must confront the town’s vengeful sheriff (Berenger) — who has an old score to settle with Taylon. On DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, from Lionsgate … photo for Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay" (2018) is a feature-length animated film that finds Amanda Waller’s top secret “Task Force X” — Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, Killer Frost, Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn and Copperhead — on a mission to retrieve a mystical object so powerful that they’re willing to risk their own lives to steal it. But the Suicide Squad isn’t the only group of villains seeking to possess the object. The race is on for the golden prize … and, to stay alive, second place isn’t an option. On DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo, 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray Combo, from Warner … In "Braven" (2018), starring Jason Momoa, Garret Dillahunt and Stephen Lang, Joe (Momoa) and his father (Lang) arrive at their remote hunting cabin, hoping for a quiet weekend. What they find is a stash of heroin, hidden in the cabin by drug traffickers. When the criminals suddenly descend upon the cabin, Joe and his father must make a kill-or-be-killed stand for survival. On DVD, Blu-ray, from Lionsgate … The restored version of the giallo film "Enigma Rosso (Red Rings of Fear)" (1978 — Italy), starring Fabio Testi, Christine Kaufmann, Ivan Desny, Jack Taylor and Helga Liné, begins when the brutally violated body of a young woman is dragged from the river. The investigating law officer, Inspector Gianni Di Salvo photo for Enigma Rosso (Red Rings of Fear)(Testi), is drawn to dark deeds at an exclusive girls’ school where the beautiful members of a group known as “The Inseparables” are being targeted with sinister letters and murder attempts. Following a clue in the dead girl’s diary, Di Salvo meets an unlikely ally in the form of the victim’s young sister, and as the pair begins to put the pieces together, he realizes that the school’s web of sex and homicide is more tangled then he ever could have imagined. A prime slice of sordid shocks from the golden age of the Italian giallo, "Enigma Rosso" is the final film in a trilogy of schoolgirl thrillers following Massimo Dallamano’s "What Have You Done to Solange?" (1972) and "What Have They Done to Your Daughters?" (1974). And, like all giallo entries, it comes complete with the genre’s requisite plot twists, psychological terror, startling violence and stylized eroticism. From Doppelgänger Releasing/Scorpion Releasing.

On the Indie Front:

"Jasper Jones" (2017 — Australia), starring Levi Miller, Aaron McGrath, Toni Collette and Hugo Weaving, is the story of Charlie Bucktin (Miller), a bookish 14-year-old boy living in a small Australian town. One night during the scorching summer of 1969, he's startled by Jasper Jones (McGrath), the town's mixed race outcast, who appears outside his window desperate for help. Entrusted with a photo for Jasper Jonesdangerous and terrifying secret, Charlie's life is forever changed as he embarks on a journey to solve a chilling mystery, all while defeating the local racists, dealing with the breakup of his parents and falling head over heels in love. From Film Movement … After one of her tribe sets an American camp ablaze, a young Mohawk warrior finds herself pursued by a contingent of military renegades set on revenge in "Mohawk" (2017), starring Kaniehtiio Horn, Ezra Buzzington, Eamon Farren, Justin Rai, Ian Colletti, Noah Segan, Jonathan Huber, Robert Longstreet and Sheri Foster. Fleeing deep into the woods they call home, Oak and Calvin, along with their British companion Joshua, must now fight back against the bloodthirsty Colonel Holt and his soldiers — using every photo for The Tribes of Palos Verdes resource both real and supernatural that the winding forest can offer.Unfolds over the course of one bloody day during The War of 1812. On DVD, Blu-ray, from Dark Sky Films … In "The Tribes of Palos Verdes" (2017), starring Jennifer Garner, Maika Monroe, Cody Fern, Justin Kirk and Alicia Silverstone, teenage Medina (Monroe) and her family moves to the picture-perfect paradise of Palos Verdes, California, seemingly headed for a happy new chapter in their lives. But old troubles soon catch up to them, as her parents’ marriage disintegrates, her mother (Garner) spirals into an emotional freefall, and her twin brother (Fern) turns to drugs. Caught in the middle of it all, Medina must rely on her inner strength to become the stabilizing force in her family, while finding refuge in a new passion: surfing. On DVD, Blu-ray, from IFC Films/Shout! Factory.

For the Family:

"Caillou: Caillou Goes Camping" (2018) features 12 adventure-packed episodes from the PBS KIDS series about the lovable four-year-old who has a boundless imagination. From PBS Distribution … "Condorito: The Movie" (2017 — Peru) is a feature-length movie adventure for the whole family. Condorito, a fun-loving, feather-brained condor, is finally ready to propose to his girlfriend, Yayita. But before Condorito pops the question, Yayita’s mother, Tremebunda, is abducted by evil aliens. Now, Condorito and his nephew, Chicky, must rocket into space on a quest to rescue Tremebunda and save planet Earth. From Lionsgate … "Wild Kratts: Madagascar Madness" (2018) includes four episodes from the series that transforms the Kratt Brothers, creators of the award-winning “Kratts’ Creatures” and Emmy-winning “Zoboomafoo,” into animated versions of themselves, allowing the real-life zoologists to visit wild animals in their little-seen habitats and showcase key science concepts along the way. From elephants using physics to suck gallons of water with their trunks to a fleet of peregrine falcons that harness the force of gravity to speed through the air, each episode presents age-appropriate science inspired by the natural abilities of the animals that the Kratt Brothers — and young viewers — meet. From PBS Distribution … "Wordworld: Let’s Eat!" (2018) features eight episodes with the WordFriends as they have fun with food and photo for Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midaslearn how to follow directions, make words plural, and work together. “WordWorld” was developed with funding from the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Ready To Learn initiative. Incorporating the latest research into the most effective ways for kids to build reading skills, “WordWorld” produces delightful educational experiences for preschool children, on screen, in print, and online. From PBS Distribution … "Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas" (2017) is an all-new animated adventure follow-up to 2013's "Tad, The Lost Explorer." Tad dreams of becoming an archeologist traveling the world, uncovering hidden secrets and lost treasure, but his job working construction keeps him daydreaming instead of exploring. The chance of a lifetime comes when he is invited to attend archaeologist Sara Lavrof’s presentation of her latest discovery–the papyrus that proves the existence of the Necklace of Midas, the legendary King who turned everything he touched into solid gold. When an evil billionaire forces Sara to help him find the enchanted talisman, Tad must rescue the girl of his dreams on a trip around the world. From Paramount.

Special Interest:

There are more than 57,000 homeless people in Los Angeles. "Mighty Ground" (2018) is the story of one of them. In the documentary, Ronald Troy Collins makes his way through the days by singing to people on the streets of downtown Los Angeles. As with most of the homeless, Collins is nearly invisible to the majority of passers-by, with all but a few refusing to even acknowledge his presence. But those who stop to listen find themselves captivated by the depth of his prophetic photo for Mighty Ground voice, and by the mystical songs he composes on the spot and directs at the listener’s soul. Enchanted, these listeners find themselves making a deep and unfathomable connection with Ronald that crosses racial and economic lines. Recognizing that they need to hear his song as much as he needs to sing it to them, they stay. This is exactly what happened to producer Aimee Schoof and music supervisor William Dane in January of 2016. What began as a random encounter on a downtown LA street quickly turned into a tale of vitality, heartbreak and ultimately, redemption for all involved. Picking up where the homeless as mere statistics drop off, "Mighty Ground" captures those auspicious moments when the people Collins has sung into his life collectively support and pray for his transformation, but the weight of his addiction threatens to derail his chances for redemption and recovery. From Random Media.

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