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- 1. The Last Picture Show: America Lost and Found - The BBS Story (Criterion Collection) [Blu-Ray] (
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The Last Picture Show launched some careers and capped others. Almost 40 years after its release, it remains an insightful, indelible glimpse of small town American that continues to resonate. The Blu-ray provides quite good picture, perfectly acceptable audio, and a strong set of supplements. This becomes the best rendition to date of a fascinating movi
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/lastpictureshowcriterion.shtml - 29k - 07 Dec 2018
- 2. The Last Picture Show (1971)
The Last Picture Show Reviewed by Colin Jacobson Director's Cut DVD Columbia-TriStar, widescreen 1.85:1/16x9, languages: English Digital Mono [CC], subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, single side-dual layer, 28 chapters,...
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/lastpictureshow.shtml - 12k - 07 Dec 2018
- 3. High Anxiety (Mel Brooks Collection) [Blu-Ray] (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. The Blu-ray provides decent to good picture and audio; it also features a few interesting supplements. At no point does this become a killer disc, but it’s the best release of High Anxie
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- 4. Young Frankenstein [Blu-Ray] (1974)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While I can't say I loved Young Frankenstein, I found it to be reasonably funny and entertaining, and I believe it will probably be even more interesting upon subsequent viewings. Picture and audio are acceptable, and the supplements clearly add to the value of the collection. If well-executed screwball parody is your thing, Young Frankenstein would make
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/youngfrankensteinbr.shtml - 30k - 07 Dec 2018
- 5. Dillinger (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson Title: Dillinger (1973) Studio Line: MGM - ...he was the gangster's gangster. From the writer of Apocalypse Now comes an electrifying crime saga about one of the most notorious gangsters of the 1930's. Starring Warren...
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/dillinger.shtml - 11k - 07 Dec 2018
- 6. The Croods [Blu-Ray] (2013)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Though it reinvents no wheels, The Croods provides an enjoyable animated adventure. It comes with enough amusement and cleverness to turn into a likable piece. The Blu-ray boasts excellent picture and audio along with a mediocre set of supplements. The lack of substantial bonus features disappoints, but the movie merits a look. Starring Nicolas Cage, Emm
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- 7. 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.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/highanxiety.shtml - 22k - 07 Dec 2018
- 8. Beavis & Butt-Head Do America: Special Collector's Edition (1996)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Nothing in Beavis and Butt-Head Do America will win over folks without an affection for the titular pair – heh heh, I said “tit!” - but it’ll amuse the rest of us. It’s basically a long, somewhat more elaborate episode, and that’s fine with me. It always entertains and delights. Starring Mike Judge. Paramount, $19.99, 9/12/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/beavisandbuttheaddoamerica.shtml - 25k - 07 Dec 2018
- 9. Mrs. Harris (2005)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The flick boasts an excellent cast and intrigues us with its bizarre story of love and death. It just doesn’t prove truly fulfilling. Starring Annette Bening, Ben Kingsley. HBO Home Video, $26.98, 8/1/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/mrsharris.shtml - 22k - 07 Dec 2018
- 10. Kiss Me Deadly (Criterion Collection) [Blu-Ray] (1955)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: A film noir with some odd twists, Kiss Me Deadly holds up well after almost six decades. Not everything here succeeds, but it works most of the time and is an interesting journey. The Blu-ray comes with pretty good picture and audio as well as a fairly nice set of supplements. Both the Blu-ray and the movie are winners. Starring Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekk
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/kissmedeadlycriterion.shtml - 25k - 07 Dec 2018
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