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1. A Slight Case Of Murder (1938)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: When A Slight Case of Murder works, it does so due to a fun, self-effacing performance from Edward G. Robinson and a good level of restraint. When it flops, it does so due to predictable guys and its one-note nature. Starring Edward G. Robinson, Jane Bryan. Warner, $19.97, 7/18/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/slightcaseofmurder.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
2. Bullets Or Ballots (1936)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While not the most creative gangster movie ever made, Bullets or Ballots at least manages to remain quite entertaining. It holds up quite well after 70 years and creates an interesting view of a particular criminal element. Starring Edward G. Robinson, Humphrey Bogart. Warner, $19.97, 7/18/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/bulletsorballots.shtml - 25k - 23 Mar 2024
3. Little Caesar [Blu-Ray] (1931)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While influential and important as an early gangster flick, Little Caesar can look dated to modern eyes. That doesn’t mean the movie doesn’t entertain, though, as a stellar lead performance from Edward G. Robinson ensures that we remain interested in the movie despite its weaknesses. The Blu-ray offers erratic but acceptable picture and audio along with
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4. Little Caesar (1931)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: While influential and important as an early gangster flick, Little Caesar can look dated to modern eyes. That doesn’t mean the movie doesn’t entertain, though, as a stellar lead performance from Edward G. Robinson ensures that we remain interested in the movie despite its weaknesses ... This becomes an acceptable release for a seminal film. Starring Edwa
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/littlecaesar.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
5. Soylent Green (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: 30 years after its original release, Soylent Green has become known better as a punchline than as a movie. The flick itself relies a little too heavily on its famous ending for power and doesn’t seem great on its own, though it has some very good moments. Starring Charlton Heston, Edward G. Robinson. Warner, $19.98, 8/5/2003.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/soylentgreen.shtml - 26k - 23 Mar 2024
6. Soylent Green [Blu-Ray] (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Nearly 40 years after its original release, Soylent Green has become known better as a punchline than as a movie. The flick itself relies a little too heavily on its famous ending for power and doesn’t seem great on its own, though it has some very good moments. The Blu-ray presents erratic but generally positive picture and audio, and it tosses in a few
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/soylentgreenbr.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
7. Double Indemnity: Legacy Series (1944)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Despite its status as a classic, I found 1944’s Double Indemnity to be less compelling than anticipated, mainly due to the presence of Fred MacMurray in the lead role. Without him, I might have liked it more, but I thought he completely ruined any tension or drama. Starring Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck. Universal, $28.99, 8/22/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/doubleindemnitylegacy.shtml - 28k - 23 Mar 2024
8. Key Largo [Blu-Ray] (1953)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: A collaboration of many Hollywood legends, Key Largo offers a tight, tense tale. Though it occasionally betrays its roots as a stage play a little too strongly, it still manages to bring us a strong drama. Starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall. Warner, $21.99, 2/23/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/keylargo.shtml - 19k - 23 Mar 2024
9. Double Indemnity: Criterion Collection [4K UHD] (1944)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Despite its status as a classic, I found Double Indemnity to seem less compelling than anticipated, mainly due to the presence of Fred MacMurray in the lead role. Without him, I might like it more, but he completely ruins any tension or drama. Starring Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck. Criterion, $49.95, 5/31/2022.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/doubleindemnitycriterion4k.shtml - 23k - 23 Mar 2024
10. The Prize [Blu-Ray] (1963)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: With a filmography that emphasized soap opera-style efforts, Mark Robson seemed like the wrong person for The Prize, a Hitchcockian thriller. Robson’s preference for broad melodrama saps the movie of its potential, and even Paul Newman can't redeem it. Starring Paul Newman, Edward G. Robinson. Warner, $21.99, 1/15/19.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/prize.shtml - 17k - 23 Mar 2024

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