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Art Portraiture and Photography in Six Feet Under

An examination of Claire's portraiture in Six Feet Under.

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21 Jul 2009 // 6:23 AM

The offbeat superhero movie “Watchmen” (Warner, 2009, $35.99) is among the less-than-stellar lineup of Blu-ray releases this week. Based on the 12-issue DC comic book series from

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A critically acclaimed television series, “Mad Men: Season Two” (Lionsgate, 2008, $49.99), leads this week’s list of new titles arriving on the high-definition Blu-ray format. “Mad

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Director Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” (Universal, 1989, $29.98) leads the small list of new titles arriving on Blu-ray this week. When it was released 20

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The romantic comedy “Confessions of a Shopaholic” (Walt Disney/Touchstone, 2009, $39.99) is one of the more appealing films in the leanest week for new Blu-ray releases

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One of the best miniseries of all time, “John Adams” (HBO, 2008, $79.98), and a terrific film about a historic golf match, “The Greatest Game Ever Played”

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A documentary classic, “Woodstock: 40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition” (Warner, 1970, $69.99),” and an absorbing Clint Eastwood film, “Gran Torino” (Warner, 2009, $34.99), lead this week’s new

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A pair of stirring human dramas set in different wars — “Glory” (Sony, 1989, $28.95) and “Defiance” (Paramount, 2008, $39.99) — are among the best of the new titles being released

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2 Jun 2009 // 8:24 AM

New DVD releases due in stores on Tuesday: “Revolutionary Road”: On the audio commentary track accompanying his film, director Sam Mendes states that his first

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A trio of memorable sports movies — “Field of Dreams” (Universal, 1989, $29.98), “Cinderella Man” (Universal, 2005, $29.98) and “Seabiscuit” (Universal, 2003, $29.98) — lead this week’s lineup of new Blu-ray titles.

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The World War II thriller “Valkyrie” (MGM/20th Century Fox, 2008, $39.99), the science-fiction classic “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (Lionsgate, 1991, $29.99) and the animated charmer “A Bug’s Life”

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19 May 2009 // 6:03 AM

Every reboot of a longstanding movie franchise brings a home video component, and “Star Trek” is no exception. With the new film currently drawing huge

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The first six “Star Trek” movies, a Clint Eastwood Western classic and two more James Bond adventures are among a starship-load of impressive titles landing

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A pair of memorable musicals starring John Travolta, “Grease” (Paramount, 1978, $39.99) and “Saturday Night Fever” (Paramount, 1977, $39.99), and a delightful Tom Hanks comedy, “Big” (20th Century Fox, 1988, $34.98),

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An absolute knockout edition of “Star Trek - The Original Series: Season One” (Paramount, 1966-67, $118.00) tops the latest list of titles arriving on Blu-ray this

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The comic-book inspired “X-Men Trilogy” (20th Century Fox, $79.98) and the real-life inspired “Frost/Nixon” (Universal, 2008, $39.98) top the latest titles to arrive on the high-definition Blu-ray

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The best film adaptation ever of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” (A&E, 1995, $49.95) leads the list of new titles arriving this week on

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The absorbing drama “Doubt” (Miramax/Disney, 2008, $34.99) and a makeover of the science-fiction classic “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (20th Century Fox, 2008, $39.99) top a heavy

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‘Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

When he sizzled: This tells of the bittersweet odyssey of “Skylark” Jackie Paris.

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The Oscar-winning Best Picture “Slumdog Millionaire” (20th Century Fox, 2008, $39.99) and a trio of classic musicals top the list of movies arriving on the high-definition Blu-ray

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Looks at the Scenic Vistas and Human Drama of 'Firewatch'

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"This week we consider the beautiful world that Campo Santo has built for us to explore and the way that the game explores human relationships through its protagonist's own explorations within that world.

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