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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.


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Masters of American Music: Count Basie — Swingin’ the Blues (DVD Review)   5 Apr, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Buoyed by archival footage and then fresh interviews with the likes of Joe Williams, Jay McShann...more >>

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Too Much, Too Soon (DVD Review)   5 Apr, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Alcohol figures prominently in this biopic about Diana Barrymore (John’s daughter and half-sister...more >>

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Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (Blu-ray Review)   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

The costlier DVD/Blu-ray Squeak-Along editions predictably milk it some with added featurettes....more >>

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New on Disc: 'An Education,' 'Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel' and more …   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark takes a look at Sony Pictures' Oscar nominated 'An Education,' Lionsgate's...more >>

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An Education (Blu-ray Review)   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This is not just a wonderful sports DVD, rich in memory and detail, but also one of the all-time...more >>

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Mad Men: Season Three (Blu-ray Review)   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This season of the 1960s ad agency drama puts into motion plot points that were subtly seeded in...more >>

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Collateral (Blu-ray Review)   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

It now seems this underrated drama of a professional hit man and a hostage L.A. cabbie trekking him...more >>

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Wyatt Earp (American Experience) (DVD Review)   29 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

At 60 minutes, it’s short for an “American Experience,” but a lot is packed in. You can’t...more >>

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New on Disc: 'The African Queen,' 'The T.A.M.I. Show' and more …   22 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark takes a look at the new 'African Queen' Blu-ray from Paramount, Shout!...more >>

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African Queen, The (Blu-ray Review)   22 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

The easy verdict is that director John Huston’s adaptation of C.S. Forester’s novel has never...more >>