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Miracle on 34th Street (1994) Blu-ray Review

This 1994 remake of Miracle on 34th Street leaves much to be desired, but the sights and sounds of the season do look pretty good in 1080p.

Miracle on 34th Street (1947) Blu-ray Review

Kris Kringle goes on trial to prove there really is a Santa in this enduring 1947 holiday classic making its way onto Blu-ray with its original black and white intact from 20th Century Fox.

Monsoon Wedding [The Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

Funny, romantic, heartbreaking, beautifully filmed and acted, Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding captures modern India superbly and it is rendered here nicely in another solid effort from The Criterion Collection.

The Proposal Blu-ray Review

A rushed first act doesn't completely ruin this patchwork rom-com with stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds who still manage to display enough chemistry and comedic talent to save this predictable, but ultimately enjoyable film.

Pierrot le fou [The Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

Light, colorful, raw emotion, and an improvised story based around a broad narrative -- this is Jean-Luc Godard's Pierrot le fou presented in a superb transfer from The Criterion Collection on Blu-ray Disc.

Management Blu-ray Review

Writer/Director Stephen Belber's Management mistakes stalking for romance in this new Blu-ray Disc release from Image Entertainment that features solid performances from Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn.

Adventureland Blu-ray Review

Writer/Director Greg Mattola's insightful semi-autobiographical coming of age "dramedy" arrives on Blu-ray in a competent 1080p transfer from Miramax.

All the Right Noises [UK] Blu-ray Review

Director Gerry O'Hara's film of a May-December romance between a married man and underage girl starring a young Olivia Hussey deserves rediscovery, but the BFI's transfer suffers from its safety print source.

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