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1. Bringing Up Baby: Special Edition (1938)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Probably the best-realized example of the “screwball comedy”, Bringing Up Baby beats us into submission with its relentless procession of insanity. The movie easily could have gone sour, but it works quite well, as the combination of bright dialogue and peppy performances makes it a winner. Starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant. Warner, $26.99, 3/1/2005
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2. North By Northwest [Blu-Ray] (1959)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: For fans who already own the DVD, the Blu-ray deserves an upgrade… but not as clearly as one might expect. While the Blu-ray looks very good, the old DVD remains more than competent in terms of its visuals. The Blu-ray’s an improvement but not a killer upgrade. However, it also throws in some nice new supplements and it’s a satisfying package that Hitchc
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/northbynorthwestbr.shtml - 32k - 23 Mar 2024
3. An Affair to Remember [Blu-Ray] (1957)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: During Sleepless In Seattle, a female character makes the claim that “men never get this movie” in reference to An Affair to Remember. I think she was correct, but I guess if guys can have their inane action movies, women can indulge in weepy romances. An Affair to Remember seems trite and lackluster to me, although its leads help enliven it somewhat. Th
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/affairtorememberbr.shtml - 26k - 24 Apr 2024
4. An Affair to Remember: 50th Anniversary Edition (1957)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: As for those fans who already have the “Studio Classics” disc, I don’t imagine they’ll want to double-dip here. Again, the only difference comes from the smattering of new extras. Since I’m not sure if they’re worth the $5 differential between the two releases for those who own neither set, they’re definitely not worth a full new purchase. This is the be
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/affairtoremember50.shtml - 27k - 24 Apr 2024
5. Only Angels Have Wings: Criterion Collection [Blu-Ray] (1939)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Given the talent involved, I expected a terrific ride from Only Angels Have Wings. Unfortunately, the movie seemed slow and flat, dragged down by some poor casting choices. Starring Cary Grant, Jean Arthur. Criterion, $39.95, 4/12/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/onlyangelshavewings.shtml - 21k - 23 Mar 2024
6. To Catch a Thief [Blu-Ray] (1955)
Reviewed by David Williams/Colin Jacobson: The duo of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly are as gorgeous as the backdrop of the French Riviera and while To Catch A Thief doesn’t rate as one of Hitchcock’s best efforts, it was an enjoyable romp nonetheless. Starring Cary Grant, Grace Kelly. Paramount, $19.99, 3/6/2012.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/tocatchathiefbr.shtml - 25k - 23 Mar 2024
7. North By Northwest (1959)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: North By Northwest isn't Hitchcock at his absolute best, but it's close, as the film provides a compelling mix of action, intrigue and debonair humor. The DVD presents the movie in positive fashion, with very picture and sound plus a few interesting extras. Bottom line: North By Northwest offers yet another fine Hitchcock DVD and it'll fit nicely between
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/northbynorthwest.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
8. Suspicion (1941)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: Suspicion is a forgettable entry that is best skipped over for its many superior brethren. Starring Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine. Warner, $19.97, 9/17/2004.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/suspicion.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
9. Notorious [Blu-Ray] (1946)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Many seem to regard Notorious as one of Hitchcock’s all-time great films, but I must admit I don’t get its appeal. While it has its moments, I think it’s too slow and lacks enough intrigue to qualify as better than average. The Blu-ray provides erratic but acceptable picture and audio along with a strong package of extras. Maybe someday I’ll warm up to N
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/notorious.shtml - 27k - 23 Mar 2024
10. Suspicion: TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection (Hitchcock Thrillers) (1941)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: Suspicionjust isn’t very good. It’s a slow-moving film that really lacks any charisma in spite of Cary Grant, offers an annoying female lead, and suffers from an embarrassing ending. The DVD provides average picture and audio along with minor supplements. This film actually belongs in the “B” or “C” tier of Hitchcock films, so only the most avid Hitch fa
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/suspiciontcm.shtml - 21k - 23 Mar 2024

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