This is easily the worst film so far this year, according to movie critic Michael Clark.
3:10 To Yuma: Criterion Collection Blu-ray (NR)
From the narrative and acting perspectives, the film hits on all cylinders, but director Baz Luhrmann takes everything else to the extreme.
Writer Salman Rushdie's premise suggests all Indian children born on that day were blessed with a unique magical power or go on to play a significant role in the history of the newborn country.
Picking up essentially where "The Avengers" left off, Tony Stark has gone from being an alcoholic, paranoid mess to an obsessed workaholic spending sleepless days at a time crafting new variations on the Iron Man suit.
Despite the films' considerable shortcomings, it is Ricky Jay reflecting in the present day that keeps everything afloat.
What this movie lacks in overall depth is made up for with an economic, brilliantly written screenplay and high-wire-without-a-net acting.
"The Company You Keep" almost immediately settles into a typical Robert Redford-helmed production: a deliberate, plodding and reflective mood piece.
This movie is based on a series of articles by journalist Pete Collins that came shortly in wake of what could quite possibly be the most dunderheaded and ill-conceived/executed pair of crimes in American history.
Michael Clark spotlights "Richard III" Criterion Collection on Blu-ray disc.