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Universal Announces Release of JAWS on Blu-Ray

By at April 13, 2012 | 12:04 am | 2 Comments

Universal Announces Release of JAWS on Blu-Ray

The production of a major film was in trouble: Shooting on the water had proven to be tougher than expected. The project was way behind schedule, the budget was spiraling out of control. The press was crying "folly" and the studio was ridden with anxiety. No, it's not the story of James Cameron's Titanic -- but that film sure as hell fits all the descriptions, doesn't it? more...

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Let the Bond Debate Begin: New Massive 22-Film BOND 50 Blu-ray Set Announced

By at January 11, 2012 | 12:37 am | 0 Comment

Let the Bond Debate Begin: New Massive 22-Film BOND 50 Blu-ray Set Announced

There's only one thing movie fans love more than watching great films -- debating about them. And one of the longer-running arguments has to do with the longest-running movie series: Which actor is the best James Bond? Well, today Fox and MGM announced a new Blu-ray disc set that will put all elements of that debate in one honking box set. The collection, entitled Bond more...

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Free Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack Giveaway: Terrence Malick’s THE TREE OF LIFE

By at October 15, 2011 | 5:46 pm | 39 Comments

Free Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack Giveaway: Terrence Malick’s THE TREE OF LIFE

It's been called beautiful, life-affirming, confounding, confusing, conceited... and the best film at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. It's Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life. Anyone who bought a ticket when the film was released in the US in the spring may have been expecting a typical Brad Pitt starring turn featuring Sean Penn. And each of them got, well, something more...

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SCARFACE Back In Theaters for One Night Only

By at August 12, 2011 | 9:13 pm | 1 Comments

SCARFACE Back In Theaters for One Night Only

When director Brian De Palma and screenwriter Oliver Stone loosely remade the 1932 classic, Scarface, they went big. They imploded the crime genre, turning it into an event of epic, bombastic scale with tons of cocaine, lots of money, harsh violence and, of course, Al Pacino's delivery of those flashy, quotable lines of dialogue. It all adds up to the American Film more...

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