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World of Henry Orient, The (Blu-ray Review)    27 Jul, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Veteran screenwriter Nunnally Johnson’s adaptation of daughter Nora’s same-name 1956 novel was...More>>

Prime Cut (Blu-ray Review)    27 Jul, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

'Prime Cut’s' brisk 86-minute pacing enables an apt cast to keep at least pulp fanciers sticking...More>>

Justice League: Gods and Monsters (Blu-ray Review)    24 Jul, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

'Gods and Monsters' has a lot of fun with its premise and is hugely entertaining while setting up...More>>

Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery (Blu-ray Review)    17 Jul, 2015

Article By: John Latchem

This is really an amazing movie if you think about it. The only question is, who is going to get...More>>

Dodge City (Blu-ray Review)    6 Jul, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

A good cast, fast pacing and a gorgeous exterior go a long way toward making this a fun journey to...More>>

Entertaining the Troops: American Entertainers in World War II (DVD Review)    6 Jul, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Robert Mugge’s undeservedly ill-known documentary focuses on the Hollywood stars who battled the...More>>

Absolute Beginners (Blu-ray Review)    29 Jun, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

The movie built on the emerging teen market probably bites off more late-1950s London turmoil than...More>>

Whistler, The/The Power of the Whistler (DVD Review)    29 Jun, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Eight "Whistler" movies sprang from the popular radio show, with the first and third presented...More>>

Magician: The Astonishing Work & Life of Orson Welles (Blu-ray Review)    22 Jun, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

The accurate rap on 'Magician,' including by the many to whom this brisk overview gave a good time,...More>>

Moonlighting (Blu-ray Review)    22 Jun, 2015

Article By: Mike Clark

Jerzy Skolimowsky’s political movie involves a Polish construction crew that probably thinks...More>>