In new DVDs, Oliver Stone put together a "director's cut" of Alexander, even though I don't recall anyone caring. Paramount has unearthed some of its better recent films and repackaged them in new Special Editions, including Clueless: The 'Whatever!' Edition, which I still love. Also from Paramount, we have the obscure and much-hated Robert Aldrich film Hustle, which I liked, and the really bad surprise hit from earlier this year, Sahara. I also checked out Fellini's penultimate film Intervista and found it a delight. I'm probably the first one to review the powerful doc Libby, Montana, about a town nearly destroyed by asbestos. Lastly, my colleague Rob Blackwelder weighs in on the underrated rom-com A Lot Like Love.
|:: posted by Jeffrey M. Anderson, 8/26/2005|| Comments (0)|
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