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1. Bowling for Columbine: Special Edition (2002)
Reviewed by David Williams: While I can’t believe I’m saying this – and I sure hate to see Moore benefit one wooden nickel for his shoddy journalism - Bowling is worth a rental at the very least. Even though the “documentary”, as well as its extras, could be relabeled “The Moore Manifesto”, it definitely provokes discussion on both sides of the gun control issue and no matter what
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/bowlingforcolumbine.shtml - 31k - 07 Dec 2018
2. Bowling for Columbine: Criterion Collection [Blu-Ray] (2002)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine won him an Oscar, but I can’t figure out why. The movie exists as a platform for Moore to advance an agenda, even if he can’t quite figure out what that agenda should be. Starring Michael Moore. Criterion, $39.95, 6/19/2018.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/bowlingforcolumbinebr.shtml - 23k - 07 Dec 2018
3. Where to Invade Next [Blu-Ray] (2016)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: If anyone expects a new and/or different Michael Moore from Where to Invade Next, disappointment will ensue. While the filmmaker himself keeps himself out of the spotlight a little more than usual, he still creates a relentlessly misleading, one-sided piece of propaganda. Starring Michael Moore. Anchor Bay, $29.99, 5/10/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/wheretoinvadenext.shtml - 21k - 07 Dec 2018
4. Live and Let Die [Blu-Ray] (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: ... fans of the film will definitely want to upgrade to the Blu-ray. The old DVD was one of the least attractive of the 2006 releases; it looked decent, but it wasn’t as good as its siblings. The Blu-ray significantly upgrades the picture quality of the 2006 DVD, though, and makes this a must buy for Live and Let Die lovers. Starring Roger Moore, Yaphet
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/liveandletdiebr.shtml - 35k - 07 Dec 2018
5. Live and Let Die: Ultimate Edition (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Should folks who already own the prior release pursue this Ultimate Edition? Yes, though this isn’t the “slam dunk” I’d hoped it would be. The new supplements provide some very nice elements, and both audio and visuals demonstrate improvements. However, the picture still suffers from some problems, and the disc lacks the movie’s original monaural soundtr
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/liveandletdieue.shtml - 37k - 07 Dec 2018
6. The Spy Who Loved Me: Ultimate Edition (1977)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: How about those aficionados who already own the original Spy DVD – should they snag the “Ultimate Edition”? Only if they care about the new supplements. Audio seems similar for both discs, and while the new transfer fixes some problems, it adds a few of its own. The Spy UE is desirable mainly for its smattering of added supplements. Starring Roger Moore,
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/spywholovedmeue.shtml - 31k - 07 Dec 2018
7. A View To A Kill: Ultimate Edition (1985)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: How about those aficionados who already own the original Gun DVD – should they snag the “Ultimate Edition”? I’d recommend it, but not intensely. The UE offers improved visuals plus a smattering of useful new extras. It’s a decent upgrade but not one of the series’ “slam dunk” improvements. Starring Roger Moore, Christopher Walken. MGM, $89.98, 11/7/2006.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/viewtoakillue.shtml - 36k - 07 Dec 2018
8. A View To A Kill [Blu-Ray] (1985)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: A View to a Kill offers weak Bond and can arguably be considered the worst 007 film to date, but even poor Bond still remains moderately fun and entertaining. Starring Roger Moore, Christopher Walken. MGM, $19.98, 10/2/2012.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/viewtoakillbr.shtml - 30k - 07 Dec 2018
9. Live and Let Die (1973)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Overall, it's not as good as any of the Connery Bonds, but it stands up against the other Moore entries well enough. Starring Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto. MGM, $34.98, 10/19/1999.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/liveandletdie.shtml - 33k - 07 Dec 2018
10. The Spy Who Loved Me [Blu-Ray] (1977)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: The Spy Who Loved Me stands as possibly the best of Roger Moore's Bond films. Although that may seem faint praise, it shouldn't diminish the fact that this is a very good film. Starring Roger Moore, Barbara Bach. MGM, $14.98, 9/15/2015.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/spywholovedmebr.shtml - 25k - 03 Sep 2003

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