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Mike Clark

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Mike Clark has been writing about film for more than 20 years, starting with a weekly column in USA Today in 1985. He also served as program planner and director of the American Film Institute Theater.


Reviews
La Moglie Piu Bella (The Most Beautiful Wife) (Blu-ray Review)   10 Oct, 2016
By: Mike Clark

Ornela Muti plays a 14-year-old in this fact-based fiction about a landmark 1966 Italian legal case...more >>

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Valley of the Dolls: Special Edition (Blu-ray Review)   3 Oct, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This new release of the box office hit of Jacqueline Susann’s majestically trashy best-seller is...more >>

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New on Disc: 'Valley of the Dolls' and more …   3 Oct, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark checks out the Criterion Blu-ray of 'Valley of the Dolls.'

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Moby Dick (1930) (DVD Review)   3 Oct, 2016
By: Mike Clark

A good way to take in this not-quite-faithful adaptation of the Herman Melville novel is to block...more >>

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Road House (1948) (Blu-ray Review)   26 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This is not the better-known Patrick Swayze gutter trash from 1989, but an earlier one with a...more >>

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New on Disc: 1948's 'Road House' and more …   26 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark looks at the 1948 version of 'Road House' on Blu-ray.

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Tony Rome/Lady in Cement (Blu-ray Review)   26 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

‘Tony Rome’ is halfway-good grindhouse/drive-in fodder that remains guiltily entertaining,...more >>

Reviews
Enemy Below, The (Blu-ray Review)   19 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This intelligent, if not all-out stirring study in logistical one-upmanship, is something of a...more >>

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New on Disc: 'The Enemy Below' and more …   19 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark looks at the Blu-ray of 'The Enemy Below.'

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Love Me or Leave Me (Blu-ray Review)   19 Sep, 2016
By: Mike Clark

Doris Day goes fully toe-to-toe with James Cagney in one of the most rewarding of all show biz...more >>