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A pair of movies starring Hugh Jackman — the superhero saga “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (20th Century Fox, 2009, $39.99) and the horror fantasy “Van Helsing” (Universal, 2004, $26.98) — lead a

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An exhilarating ride into the Old West, “Silverado” (Sony, 1985, $28.95), tops this week’s lengthy list of titles released on Blu-ray. “Silverado” has everything to make

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Two Oscar-winning epics, “Braveheart” (Paramount, 1995, $39.99) and “Gladiator” (Paramount, 2000, $39.99), top a nice crop of new titles arriving this week on the Blu-ray high-definition format. “Braveheart” stars

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It seems fitting that “Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season” (Warner, 2008-09, $79.98) is among the better offerings during a week when the number of new Blu-ray

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A gentle science-fiction romance, “Starman” (Sony, 1984, $28.95), leads this week’s list of okay but not necessarily spectacular new titles arriving on the Blu-ray high-definition format. “

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A science-fiction adventure thriller, “Race to Witch Mountain” (Walt Disney, 2009, $44.99), and a critically acclaimed drama, “Sling Blade” (Miramax/Walt Disney, 1996, $34.99), lead this week’s releases

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4 Aug 2009 // 4:03 AM

Has the acting in American movies ever been better? In the fact-based drama “The Soloist” (Paramount Home Entertainment, $30 DVD, $40 Blu-ray), Robert Downey Jr. plays Steve

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Director Robert Redford’s lyrical ode to life, “A River Runs Through It” (Sony, 1992, $38.96), and a science-fiction TV favorite, “Battlestar Galactica: Season 4.5” (Universal, 2007, $69.98), lead this

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Los Flippers: Pronto Viviremos Un Mundo Mucho Mejor

Worth the re-release.

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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 // 5:23 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 // 7:24 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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