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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
Honeymooners Valentine Special, The (DVD Review)   10 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This 1978 special and a new companion volume (1976’s 'Second Honeymoon') are funnier than...more >>

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Barbara Stanwyck Collection, The (DVD Review)   10 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Two movies I treasure are the hallmarks of a six-title set devoted to my favorite actress of her...more >>

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Art & Copy (DVD Review)   10 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

There are no specific allusions to “Mad Men” in Doug Pray’s documentary about 1960s ad men...more >>

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Rock ‘n’ Roll High School: 30th Anniversary Special Edition (Blu-ray Review)   3 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Other than perhaps as a figment of director Allan Arkush’s self-admitted wishes, maybe the ragged...more >>

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New on disc: 'Rock n Roll High School' 30th anniversary and more …   3 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This week Mike Clark probes Shout! Factory's 30th anniversary edition of 'Rock n Roll High School.'

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Ride With the Devil: Director’s Cut (Blu-ray Review)   3 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Director Ang Lee’s adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s Civil War novel 'Woe to Live On' led to the...more >>

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Fox 75th Anniversary Studio Classics (DVD Review   3 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This set contains: 'A Letter to Three Wives' (1949), 'Peyton Place' (1957), 'An Affair to Remember'...more >>

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Mammy (DVD Review)   3 May, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Michael Curtiz’s 'Mammy' celebrates a onetime blackface tradition that wasn’t even questioned...more >>

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New on Disc: 'It's Complicated' and more …   26 Apr, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark takes a look at Universal's 'It's Complicated.'

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It's Complicated (Blu-ray Review)   26 Apr, 2010
By: Mike Clark

The stars largely bail out the material, and Nancy Meyers’ film boasts a contender for last...more >>