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Baseball: A Film By Ken Burns (DVD Review)    28 Mar, 2010

Article By: John Latchem

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

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

Article By: Mike Clark

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

An Education (Blu-ray Review)    29 Mar, 2010

Article By: Mike Clark

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

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

Article By: Mike Clark

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

Collateral (Blu-ray Review)    29 Mar, 2010

Article By: Mike Clark

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

Party Down: Season One (DVD Review)    1 Apr, 2010

Article By: John Latchem

Some jokes work better than others, but the huge payoffs make it easy to overlook any awkward...More>>

Apollo 13: 15th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)    2 Apr, 2010

Article By: John Latchem

Ron Howard’s masterpiece 'Apollo 13' is easily one of the most influential films of the past 20...More>>

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans (Blu-ray Review)    5 Apr, 2010

Article By: Mike Clark

Director Werner Herzog’s loose remake of 1992’s 'Bad Lieutenant' had me from the get-go. What...More>>

Abbott and Costello Show: The Complete Series — Collector’s Edition, The (DVD Review)    5 Apr, 2010

Article By: Mike Clark

The 52 syndicated episodes of the famed comedy duo’s half-hour television series — which Jerry...More>>

Jesse James’ Hidden Treasure (DVD Review)    5 Apr, 2010

Article By: Mike Clark

Now, here’s a wild one that sometimes plays like the product of an overactive imagination, as...More>>