ROTTEN TOMATOES CRITICS
MOVIESI Am Not Your Negro
Memoir, analytical polemic, and behind them both the restless movement of an intellect fearlessly probing both itself and its situation in the world: Raoul Peck combines all three in I Am Not Your Negro.
‐ Stuart Klawans, The NationI Called Him Morgan
[I Called Him Morgan] is by turns invigorating, startling, mournful, and revelatory. It does not bring the past into the present; rather, it takes you into a period that's gone and shows it to you with more richness than you've known.
‐ Stuart Klawans, The NationThe Master Cleanse
While details grow shaky - the logic and repercussions of certain actions don't seem to hold up - the effect is still an oddly original effort that marks Miller as a filmmaker to watch.
‐ Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects
[Blu-ray Review] "Carnage Park" is very light on extras, but the film is worth seeking out on its own merits. Recommended.Duck Soup
The Marx Brothers debut on Blu-ray with a quintet of high-quality HD transfers from Universal and a wealth of new supplements to give some bang to your upgrade buck.Horse Feathers
The Marx Brothers debut on Blu-ray with a quintet of high-quality HD transfers from Universal and a wealth of new supplements to give some bang to your upgrade buck.