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52. High Anxiety (Mel Brooks Collection) (1977)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: One of Mel Brooks’ best films, High Anxiety provides a solid spoof of Hitchcock. The movie plays off the master director’s tendencies and hits the mark quite frequently. Starring Mel Brooks, Madeline Kahn. Fox, $99.98, 4/4/2006.
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53. Iron Man [Blu-Ray] (2008)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Although I’d like to refer to Iron Man as one of the great superhero movies, I can’t do that. It provides an enjoyable, well-produced effort with more strengths than weaknesses, but it just doesn’t hit the heights of the best comic book flicks. The Blu-ray offers great picture and audio along with a very nice collection of extras. This is a top-notch rel
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54. Iron Man: Ultimate Edition (2008)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Although I’d like to refer to Iron Man as one of the great superhero movies, I can’t do that. It provides an enjoyable, well-produced effort with more strengths than weaknesses, but it just doesn’t hit the heights of the best comic book flicks. The DVD offers acceptable picture, excellent audio, and a very nice collection of extras. While the erratic vis
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55. Cowboys & Aliens [Blu-Ray] (2011)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Blessed with a fine cast and a fun premise, Cowboys & Aliens should delight. However, it seems flat and dull, without the light sense of silly fun it needs. Starring Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford. Universal, $14.98, 12/6/2011.
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56. The Year Without A Santa Claus (2006)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: How could anyone like a movie that casts the loathsome “Dr. Laura” as a wise guru? It would take a product much better than this to overcome such impediments such as that and “Queer Eye” Carson Kressley’s mincing performance as a fashion elf. This is atrocious Christmas product with no redeeming value. Starring John Goodman, Eddie Griffin. Warner, $19.98
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57. Ali: The Director's Cut (2001)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: fans who don’t own the old disc should definitely go for the Director’s Cut DVD. While I wasn’t wild about the additional footage worked into the movie or the supplements, they still add value to the package that doesn’t exist in the original release. Of the two, the Director’s Cut is clearly the superior release and the one for new fans to buy. Starring
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58. Philadelphia: Anniversary Edition (1993)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Well-meaning in the extreme, I appreciate Philadelphia for its attempts to spread a message of tolerance and understanding. Unfortunately, these strengths also become weaknesses as the movie quickly turns one-sided and patronizing, with little room for debate. Starring Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington. Columbia TriStar, $24.96, 11/2/2004.
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59. The Little Mermaid: Platinum Edition (1989)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The movie isn’t as good as some later Disney works, but it seems generally entertaining and compelling. It also deserves a warm spot in the hearts of Disney fans because it helped return the studio’s animated department to prominence. The DVD presents very good picture and audio as well as many interesting extras. I heartily recommend Mermaid, and that g
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60. Aladdin: Special Edition (1992)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: A sensation when it first appeared in 1992, some parts of Aladdin now seem a little creaky. Nonetheless, a stellar performance from Robin Williams helps overcome most of its problems and means that the movie continues to provide a lot of entertainment. Starring Scott Weinger, Robin Williams. Disney, $29.99, 10/5/2004.
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