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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
T.A.M.I. Show: Collector’s Edition, The (DVD Review)   22 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Serving up two hours of sheer exuberance, The T.A.M.I. Show is among my favorite movies ever. It...more >>

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Days of Heaven (Blu-ray Review)   22 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Seeing director Terrence Malick’s pastoral masterpiece on Blu-ray is the same kind of event...more >>

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Bigger Than Life (DVD Review)   22 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

The first movie I know to deal with a prescription drug nightmare in the suburbs. (Street Date...more >>

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Super Bowl XLIV Champions: New Orleans Saints (DVD Review)   19 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

These overviews are generally as interesting as the season was. Novelist Anne Rice even appears...more >>

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Broken Embraces (DVD Review)   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Taken as a brief for the rarified view that cinema is life’s highest calling, here’s one of the...more >>

Blog
New on Disc: 'Broken Embraces' and more ...   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

This week, Mike Clark takes a look at Sony Pictures' Broken Embraces, MPI's Paris and...more >>

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Brothers Warner, The (DVD Review)   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

To paraphrase Calvin Coolidge, the business of this documentary is business, which is why the...more >>

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Paris (DVD Review)   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

The story undeniably takes place in one of the world’s photographic cities, and the DVD had a...more >>

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Building Alaska (DVD Review)   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

Putting politics aside, you can’t find a more apt keyword for this 87-minute documentary to have...more >>

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Gambit (DVD Review)   15 Mar, 2010
By: Mike Clark

A handsome couple hours of entertainment, having earned Oscar nominations for costumes and art/set...more >>