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DVD Review: Love, Gilda

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Saturday Night Live has been on the air for more than forty years now, but few television historians will disagree that the series’ first five seasons–from 1975 to 1980–were it’s best. The first of the “Not Ready for Prime-Time Players” …

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Blu-ray Review: The Jerk

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Steve Martin (Steve Martin: The Television Stuff) made his major feature film debut in The Jerk as Navin R. Johnson, a role he was born to play. A co-writer of the screenplay with Carl Gottlieb and Michael Elias, the idea …

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Blu-ray Review: The Nun

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A prequel to The Conjuring films, The Nun ends right before The Conjuring begins, making it also work as a stand-alone film. Set in 1952 in a small Romanian town, a delivery man finds a nun hanging from a noose …

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Blu-ray Review: Brewster McCloud

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Fresh off the success M*A*S*H, Hollywood gave Robert Altman the freedom to pursue virtually any project he wanted. Never known for his traditional storytelling methods, Brewster McCloud was his strangest yet. A combination of comic frenzy and gross out humor, …