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1. To Kill A Mockingbird: Legacy Series (1962)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: This 2005 release is definitely the way to go for fans who don’t own the prior DVD. Should those who already have the old own snag it? Probably, especially if they can take advantage of the anamorphic transfer. It improves on the old image, and the difference will be more evident to those with widescreen TVs. The new extras are also pretty good, though t
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2. To Kill A Mockingbird [Blu-Ray] (1962)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: My feelings about To Kill A Mockingbird remain fairly mixed. It has some strong points but lacks much focus and seems like a fairly pedestrian effort at times. Starring Gregory Peck, Mary Badham. Universal, $26.98, 1/31/2012.
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3. Roman Holiday (Paramound Presents Edition) [Blu-Ray] (1953)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson/David Williams: An enduring romantic comedy, Roman Holiday holds up well after nearly seven decades. A lot of the credit goes to its stars, as Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck form a delightful couple. Starring Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn. Paramount, $29.99, 9/15/2008.
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4. Gentleman's Agreement [Blu-Ray] (1947)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The Academy likes to toss their Best Picture prizes to movies that present positive, socially-acceptable messages, and no film exemplifies that trend more than 1947's victor, the dull and pedantic Gentleman's Agreement. No other winner may have approached the excesses of this movie, either, as it drives home its point with painful solemnity. The Blu-ray
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5. To Kill A Mockingbird: Collector's Edition (1962)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: To Kill A Mockingbird remains a much beloved book and film, and there's much to relish about it. It's been so long since I read the book that I can't honestly conjure an opinion of it, but I do find the movie to be a decent but unspectacular piece of work. It gets enough right to be interesting, but I don't agree with the general regard for the film as a
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6. The Boys From Brazil (1978)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While I can't claim that The Boys From Brazil is a classic, it's definitely a compelling and entertaining ride. It's worth watching just to see some fun and physical performances from some great actors. Starring Gregory Peck, Laurence Olivier. Artisan, $9.98, 12/14/1999.
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7. Gentleman's Agreement: Fox Studio Classics Edition (1947)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Gentleman's Agreement was politically correct before such a concept existed, and that doesn't make for a stimulating film experience.
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8. The Omen [Blu-Ray] (1976)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Despite its status as a horror classic, I can’t say The Omen does a whole lot for me. It occasionally seems decently spooky, but it can't maintain these moments over the long haul. Starring Gregory Peck, Lee Remick. Fox, $14.98, 10/7/2008.
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9. The Omen: Collector's Edition (1976)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: If you want to own The Omen, this 2-DVD Collector’s Edition is the way to go. That’s true for new purchasers and those who already have the old release. The 2006 version offers improved picture and audio along with a smattering of fresh extras. It stands as a quality upgrade. Starring Gregory Peck, Lee Remick. Fox, $26.98, 6/20/2006.
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10. Gentleman's Agreement (1947)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson Title: Gentleman's Agreement (1947) Studio Line: 20th Century Fox Director Elia Kazan and producer Darryl F. Zanuck caused a sensation with “the most spellbinding story ever put on celluloid” (Hollywood Reporter),...
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