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91. Trouble With The Curve [Blu-Ray] (2012)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While a competent piece of entertainment, Trouble With the Curve seems too trite and predictable to become better than that. Saddled with a hackneyed script, the actors add some life but this remains a pretty mediocre film. The Blu-ray offers very good visuals and positive audio but lacks notable bonus materials. Curve makes for a mildly enjoyable 111 mi
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92. Endless Love [Blu-Ray] (2014)
"Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: I hoped I
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93. Dial M For Murder [Blu-Ray] (1954)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Though not one of Hitchcock’s most prominent “classics”, Dial M For Murder still delivers an effective experience. It provides a tight little murder story with plenty of good twists and turns. The Blu-ray delivers erratic visuals and average audio plus a short documentary and the film’s 3D version for those equipped to watch it. I like the movie but can’
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94. SWAT: Firefight [Blu-Ray] (2011)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: No one will ever mistake SWAT: Firefight for an action classic. Nonetheless, it overcomes a mix of clichés to become a fairly entertaining action flick that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The Blu-ray presents very good picture and audio but lacks significant supplements. Action fans will probably enjoy this insubstantial but lively enough movie. Star
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95. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Redemption [Blu-Ray] (2013)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: As was the case with “The Best of Both Worlds”, it can be tough to recommend this “Redemption” Blu-ray – at least to die-hard fans. If you already plan to buy Seasons Four and Five of TNG, you don’t get great value from the “Redemption” Blu-ray. It lets you see the two episodes edited into one “movie” and adds a couple of extras, but that doesn’t seem li
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96. Joe Versus the Volcano (1990)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: ...for the most part it provides an entertaining and clever experience that merits a look.
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97. The Bourne Supremacy [Blu-Ray] (2004)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico/Colin Jacobson: As a film, The Bourne Supremacy is a superb thriller, even if it’s a shade shy of living up to its predecessor. The film injects the espionage thriller genre with a fresh, original concept. Starring Matt Damon, Franka Potente. Universal, $19.98, 6/4/2013.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/bournesupremacybr.shtml - 24k - 07 Dec 2018
98. Four Christmases [Blu-Ray] (2008)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: There are far too many good Christmas movies for me to recommend this insulting nonsense. If you like it, though, go with the Blu-ray instead of the DVD. The Blu-ray offers significant presentation improvements, so it’s the way to go. Starring Vince Vaughn, Reese Witherspoon. New Line, $39.98, 11/24/2009.
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99. 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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100. Dial M For Murder (1954)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: One thing that did reveal itself pretty quickly is that Dial M for Murder doesn’t really belong relegated to the second class of Hitch films. It’s fantastically suspenseful, it’s tightly directed and very true to its stage roots, and it’s absolutely rewatchable. If this were any other director, it might be one of their crowning achievements, but when you
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