I enjoyed Interstellar the one time I saw it, but I just don’t have that urge to see it again, which make me a little sad. I’m not in a camp that looks at it as confusing or upset about the sound design, I felt it was straight-forward enough and while a little bloated, a fun ride and one I’m happy I saw in IMAX as I don’t think seeing it on the small screen will do it nearly the same justice. That said, for the fans, it is here to own and you can watch it as many times as you like, complete with a ton of special features. One of which is included directly below and you can watch about 90 minutes worth right here.
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The Imitation Game
I was surprised when I visited Amazon this morning to find that of all the new releases this weekend, The Imitation Game actually topped Interstellar on the sales charts. Go figure. Personally, I really enjoyed this film and think most everyone that sees it will as well.
Solid and inspirational, though I know this one has others that look at it as “meh”. To each their own, though I don’t think you need to buy this one as a rental should suffice.
Cries and Whispers (Criterion Collection)
I will have a review of this one in the near future, though I am ashamed to admit I have still not yet watched it. This is one of Ingmar Bergman‘s films I have never seen and have meant to for years. I want to be sure I am ready to give it my full attention once the time comes.
Hoop Dreams (Criterion Collection)
Declared by many to be one of the best documentaries of all-time, Criterion finally brings Steve James’ Hoop Dreams to Blu-ray. You picking this one up?
Gravity – Diamond Luxe Special Edition
For me, this is one of the more interesting titles in this week’s line-up and one I probably would have actually gone to the theater to see. This edition of Gravity offers the film without Steven Price’s score and I am itching to give it a watch. If it ever goes on sale I’ll be picking one up as I forgot to request a review copy.
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