Inbox features items that I have recently purchased or received.
While it's not a perfect film, occasionally bordering on "afterschool special" simplicity, American History X is still a relatively powerful portrait of the collapse and rebuilding of a person and how the legacy of hate clings tight in a family and also how the disenfranchised frequently turn to blame other disenfranchised, rather than the actual source of their problems. I think the film could've been a little tighter, but it still retains an important place as a film that reaches mainstream audiences with a message of stopping the hate before the hate stops us. And for that, I'm grateful. Being on sale caused me to buy it. I really like that fact that Blu Ray prices for catalog titles are trending downward.