Tag Archive for 'David Lean'


I’m not the first person to tell you 2020 has felt like forever and a day and then forever again. We were fortunate to have still been given a constant flux of new 4K Ultra-HD and standard Blu-ray releases despite the global pandemic. Heck, When charting back for this list, I was stunned at some […]


The Bridge On The River Kwai: 60th Anniversary Edition (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Finally, The Bridge on the River Kwai is making its debut on 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray which also comes the year it is celebrating its 60th anniversary in its existence. “Finally?” you ask? Well, last year it had been noted that this one was being done and ready to go and then…nothing. Now we are toward […]


THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI Celebrates 60 Years With A 4K Ultra-HD Release!

A must-own for film fans and adventure-seekers alike,Sony Pictures Home Entertainment debuts THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI on next-generation 4K Ultra HD for the first time October 3 to commemorate its diamond anniversary. One of the crown jewels in the Columbia Pictures catalog, the release also includes the existing Blu-ray™ with incisive special features and historical context, […]


David Lean Directs Noel Coward (1942-1945) (Blu-ray Review)

All the great directors have to start somewhere, right? Well, David Lean (Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago) and famous English playwright Noel Coward would team up for four films in three years. How’s that for plowing through? David Lean was an editor and he and Coward teamed up to create some film magic so to […]


Doctor Zhivago (Blu-ray Review)

In some ways, reviewing a classic is great, but in others, it can be a curse.  On one hand, you get the opportunity for an early viewing and to think critically about a title that has been revered over the last century.  The fact that this particular classic stars Obi-Wan doesn’t hurt either.  On the […]