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- 111. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Collector's Edition (1993)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: It’s also clearly the best version of Nightmare for fans to own, largely due to the improvements in picture quality. Actually, the old one looked pretty good for a non-anamorphic affair, and folks with 4X3 sets will probably continue to be very happy with its presentation. Those with widescreen sets will better see the benefits of the new transfer, thoug
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- 112. The Dark Knight: Special Edition (2008)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Fans need to put The Dark Knight on the short list of the best superhero movies ever made. Heck, I could argue it’s the best of its genre, as the film provides a thoroughly dramatic and exciting experience that dazzles from start to finish. The DVD boasts excellent audio but it suffers from erratic visuals and includes a rather meager collection of extra
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- 113. Heroes: Season One (2006)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Heroes almost makes me wish I watched more broadcast TV. The series gives us a comic book tale that emphasizes character in addition to intrigue, and it balances the elements well. I can quibble about some choices and episodes, but Heroes usually works very well. The DVD offers excellent visuals along with pretty positive audio and extras. I like the ser
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/heroesseason1.shtml - 47k - 29 Oct 2023
- 114. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse [Blu-Ray] (2015)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: With Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, we find an average horror/comedy experience. Though it delivers moderate entertainment, it doesn’t bring much new to the genre. Starring Tye Sheridan, David Koechner. Paramount, $39.99, 1/5/2016.
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- 115. The Producers [Blu-Ray] (1968)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Mel Brooks’ first – and probably best – film, The Producers provides a consistently winning experience. The movie offers a delightfully politically incorrect piece that usually delivers a lot of laughs. The Blu-ray provides acceptable but unexceptional picture and audio along with a smattering of interesting bonus materials. This is a reasonably good rep
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- 116. The Producers (1968)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Mel Brooks’ first – and probably best – film, The Producers provides a consistently winning experience.
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- 117. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Limited Edition) (2002)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: I don’t know how much fans who watched the extras with the four-DVD will gain from this program. We see some fun elements but I can’t say we really learn anything new about the production. As a fan, I think there’s a lot of enjoyable material on display; it simply doesn’t teach us much that we don’t already know ... I like the “Limited Edition” on its ow
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/lotrtwotowers2006.shtml - 23k - 29 Oct 2023
- 118. Wayne's World 2 (1993)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson Title: Wayne's World 2 (1993) Studio Line: Paramount Home Entertainment - You'll Laugh Again! You'll Cry Again!! You'll Hurl Again!!! It's 2 excellent to be true! Wayne and Garth are back (and front) in the most awaited...
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/waynesworld2.shtml - 23k - 29 Oct 2023
- 119. Burke & Hare (2010)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Burke & Hare takes a famous historical tale and turns it into a pretty mushy comedy. The combination of a good cast and an interesting story allow it to remain reasonably watchable, but it’s too scattered and limp to be better than mediocre. The DVD offers acceptable to good picture and audio along with a few decent supplements. Maybe someday John Landis
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- 120. The Guns Of Navarone [Blu-Ray] (1961)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Although some aspects of it appear a bit dated, The Guns of Navarone holds up well for a 50-year-old action film. The Blu-ray delivers erratic but acceptable picture along with very good audio and supplements. This ends up as the strongest home video release of the film to date. Starring Gregory Peck, David Niven, Anthony Quinn. Sony, $19.99, 10/18/2011.
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