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101. Next (2007)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Next made nary a dent in the movie marketplace when it hit screens last spring, and I canít claim that it deserved a better fate. Though it occasionally creates some interesting moments, too few of these pop up to make the flick a winner. It lacks enough substance, excitement and/or coherence to succeed. Starring Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore. Paramount,
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102. Transformers [Blu-Ray] (2007)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Of all summer 2007ís big-ticket movies, none let me down as much as Transformers. I thought itíd be an action-packed blast but instead it was messy, confused and downright boring. Starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox. Paramount, $22.98, 6/7/2011.
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103. The Last Of The Mohicans [Blu-Ray] (1992)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While I definitely think more of The Last of the Mohicans now than I did in 1992, I still donít like the film. Itís a superficial and overwrought package of romantic nonsense that featured a series of dull and drab characters. Some good action sequences help redeem it somewhat, but I continue to dislike the movie. The Blu-ray offers erratic picture, gen
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104. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 1 [Blu-Ray] (1988)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While not the best batch of Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes, Season One still acts as a satisfying launch for the series. The shows are consistently interesting, and they improve as he year progresses. The Blu-ray delivers very nice picture and audio along with a good collection of supplements. With a list price of nearly $130, TNG Season One doe
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105. The Forgotten (2004)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Based on its premise, The Forgotten had the potential to turn into a chilling and compelling thriller. Instead, it wastes our time with little more than cheap scares and predictable story twists. Starring Julianne Moore, Dominic West. Columbia TriStar, $28.95, 1/18/2005.
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106. The Big Lebowski [Blu-Ray] (1998)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Arguably the biggest cult film to emerge in the 1990s, The Big Lebowski continues to attract a following 14 years after its release. The movie creates an unusual, wacked-out film noir. The Blu-ray delivers erratic but generally good picture, audio and supplements. While this doesnít become a definitive edition of the film, it should please fans. Starring
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107. Hatchet [Blu-Ray] (2006)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: One of the better modern horror films Iíve seen, Hatchet works best when it keeps things light. It demonstrates a surprising sense of humor to balance the violence, and that helps make it entertaining. The Blu-ray offers inconsistent but usually good picture, solid audio and a strong collection of supplements. I like this horror throwback, and the Blu-ra
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108. Why We Fight (2005)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While not as inflammatory and one-sided as Fahrenheit 9/11, Why We Fight also proves to be much less intriguing and gripping. The movie throws out vague theses and never quite gels into a strong look at its subject. In fact, it never appears all that sure what topic it favors, as it flits around the map. Written and Directed by Eugene Jarecki. Sony Pictu
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109. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 2 [Blu-Ray] (1989)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Season Two of Star Trek: The Next Generation felt like a nice expansion on Season One. Though the quality of the episodes could be more erratic, I liked the shows as a whole and enjoyed the season. The Blu-ray gave us very good picture and audio along with an informative collection of bonus materials. This becomes a high-quality release. Starring Patrick
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110. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps [Blu-Ray] (2010)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps feels more like a desperate attempt to resurrect Oliver Stoneís moribund career than a narrative anyone needs to see. The director rehashes old glories in a disjointed, aimless manner that leaves the film as a consistent dud. The Blu-ray provides generally good picture and audio along with a reasonably nice selection of su
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