Home Video Report
Some re-releases have become “big time.”
Our featured video this week is a major Hollywood achievment and considered by many to be the greatest love story ever.
Jamie Bell and Steven Spielberg have joined in the computer-generated “The Adventures of Tintin,” now on home video.
Martin Scorsese’s surprising children’s film deals with an orphan boy who is a 1930s resident of one of Paris’ busy railroad terminals.
Last year, under the direction of Clint Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio starred in a drama exploring the life of one of the most controversial figures of the 20th century.
Videos we review usually fall into one of two classifications: general entertainment, or items having “historical” significance.
This week’s video releases present a rather unusual mix, including three films of a rather bizarre nature.
From 1984, the Oscar-winning documentary on the trailblazing life and tragic murder of San Francisco political activist-turned-politician, Harvey Milk.
We have an interesting mix on this week’s Video List.
Our home video releases this week are pretty much a mixed bag.
KYW’s Bob Nelson reports that even though the name Roman Polanski is still in the shadows so far as his private life is concerned, his brilliance as a film director is without question.