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171. Die Another Day: Ultimate Edition (2002)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Should folks who already own the prior release pursue this Ultimate Edition? Yes, if just because it improves on the picture quality of the original version. Audio remains the same, and though the two releases offer different extras, the quality of both sets seems similar in that regard. Nonetheless, the unique elements on the 2003 DVD mean fans will wan
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172. Pulp Fiction [Blu-Ray] (1994)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: I've seen Pulp Fiction about ten times now, and it has yet to lose any of its luster or appeal; the movie seems destined to stand as one of the best films of the Nineties, and probably of all-time. The Blu-ray delivers erratic but usually positive picture and audio along with a strong roster of supplements. I wish the transfer was a little stronger, but
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173. The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The World Is Not Enough will never be mistaken for one of the best Bond films, and I can't even assert that it's average. Nonetheless, despite some faults - mainly a blandness that seems inescapable - I liked Enough. Even when Bond is average, he's still fun. Starring Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau. Fox, $34.98, 5/16/2000.
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174. Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (Original Motion Picture Collection) [Blu-Ray] (1984)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While not the best film of the series, Star Trek III: The Search For Spock offers a generally entertaining and exciting piece of work. It lacks some of the chemistry we normally expect from Trek, it compensates with lively action and other compelling elements. The Blu-ray provides good picture with surprisingly strong audio and a very nice set of supplem
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175. Pulp Fiction: Collector's Edition (1994)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The movie seems destined to stand as one of the best films of the Nineties, and probably of all-time.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/pulpfictionse.shtml - 36k - 07 Dec 2018
176. The Simpsons: The Complete Twelfth Season (2000)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Maybe The Simpsons will eventually provide a truly bad set of episodes, but Season 12 doesnít demonstrate anything that I would say really besmirches the seriesí legacy. That said, the shows do little to add to the Simpsons legend; we get a few above-average episodes, but the majority seem awfully ordinary. The DVDs provide erratic but acceptable visuals
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/simpsonsseasontwelve.shtml - 40k - 07 Dec 2018
177. Blade Runner: 5-Disc Complete Collector's Edition [Blu-Ray] (1982)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Blade Runner remains a seminal science fiction piece that only seems to improve with additional viewings; its place within the annals of film appears secure. This set includes the directorís ďFinal CutĒ, which indeed probably offers the most satisfying rendition of the film. The Blu-Ray looks absolutely stunning, and it adds very good audio and a long,
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178. Blade Runner: 30th Anniversary Edition [Blu-Ray Book] (1982)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Which is a shame. Viewed on its own, the ď30th AnniversaryĒ Blu-ray of Blade Runner is an awesome set. Even without all those extras, it still includes so many materials that it deserves an ďA+Ē for supplements ... But itís not the definitive release of the film. Blade Runner remains a classic, and the Blu-ray brings it home in satisfying fashion. Howe
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179. Blade Runner: 4-Disc Collector's Edition (1982)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: That leaves the debate between the two-disc and four-disc releases. Both have their merits, especially since its $20.99 MSRP makes the two-disc set the bargain of the year. But I think this four-disc version will be the one preferred by most fans. At $34.99, it remains reasonably priced, and it packs in more than enough good extras to make it worthwhile.
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180. Blade Runner: 5-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition (1982)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Iím glad I got the UCE, as I think itís a nice set, and Iím enough of a completist that it was worth it to me. However, itís just too damned expensive to be worthwhile for most people. The fifth DVD is the only real attraction, as the non-disc-based materials are a bit of a joke. Is it worth an extra $44 for one DVD and some cheap toys? For 99 percent of
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