Like any great western, Delmer Daves’s taut 3:10 to Yuma is especially commanding on the big screen. This has a lot to do with the film’s vast, ravishingly photographed landscapes, but seeing it in the theater also allows for complete immersion in the movie’s claustrophobic standoff, spectacularly enacted by Van Heflin and Glenn Ford as a subdued cattle rancher and the sly outlaw he must deliver to a train that will take him to prison. Viewers can see the actors’ every bead of sweat up close at the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, on September 8. Watch Criterion’s Three Reasons video for this spellbinding film below.
An Antiwar Film for the Ages Returns to Theaters
Elem Klimov’s devastating chronicle of World War II, Come and See, is back on the big screen in a new restoration. Here’s what the critics have to say about this Soviet masterpiece.
Two Stark Visions of the American Underbelly Hit the Big Screen
A new restoration of the groundbreaking vérité documentary Streetwise joins its companion piece, Tiny: the Life of Eric Blackwell, at New York’s Metrograph theater this weekend.