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Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World Blu-ray Review

Thor is allowed to let loose in the hero's second solo outing on the big screen, now arriving on Blu-ray.

Leon: 20th Anniversary Special Edition [UK] Blu-ray Steelbook Review

StudioCanal gives Luc Besson's signature action film Leon a fine Steelbook Blu-ray release.

Thor Blu-ray 3D Review

Thor is a mighty visual spectacle on Blu-ray that offers a satisfying home theatre experience coupled to a fun thrill-ride of a film.

Thor Brings Down the Hammer On Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD in September

This summer's box office blockbuster superhero hit based on the Marvel Comic's Nordic God of Thunder, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is heading home from Paramount Home Entertainment on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD on September 13, 2011.

The Other Woman Blu-ray Review

Natalie Portman is brilliant in this poignant family drama that follows the tragic story of a second wife trying to deal with the death of her infant child while trying to keep her new family together.

No Strings Attached Blu-ray Review

Natalie Portman carries this grownup rom-com all on her own, but it's really no more than average, unfortunately.

Black Swan Blu-ray Review

Natalie Portman's award-winning turn in the dazzling film Black Swan arrives in a feature-heavy set from Fox.

Léon: Der Profi (Leon: The Professional) — Ultimate Edition Steelbook [German Import] Blu-ray Review

What may arguably be Luc Besson's strongest film is given the "Blu" treatment in a solid transfer in this Ultimate Edition Steelbook

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