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Argo Blu-ray Review

Argo is a great thriller/docudrama, despite knowing the inevitable outcome. Affleck does a bang-up job both in front of and behind the lens.

Flight Blu-ray Review

With a captivating performance by Denzel Washington, Paramount's Flight is a truly gripping film - one that everyone needs in their collections.

Arachnophobia [revised] Blu-ray Review

Arachnophobia finally arrives on Blu-ray in tip-top shape from Disney just in time for the holidays, ready to freak out anyone with fear of fuzzy creepy crawlers.

The Artist Blu-ray Review

A marvelous throwback to the golden days of cinema, this silent film, a love letter to "Hollywoodland," is a refreshing departure from the typical films of today.

The Princess and the Frog Blu-ray Review

Disney's newest princess arrives on Blu-ray in royal fashion with a beautiful high-def transfer and entertaining lossless surround mix.

Monsters, Inc. Blu-ray Review

Monster's, Inc. arrives on Blu-ray in another reference quality release from the folks at Disney-Pixar.

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