DVD Review: Love American Style – Season One, Volume Two

Paramount has recently released a three DVD set containing the remaining twelve episodes of the first season of Love American Style. The anthology series which usually consisted of three vignettes really broke the mold as far as what had been seen on television up to that point. Couples, married or unmarried were shown kissing in …

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DVD Review: In To The Wild (2-Disc Special Collectors Edition)

For centuries, literary figures including Leo Tolstoy, Henry David Thoreau, Mark Twain Jack London and countless others have written about the importance of nature and the importance of living off the land. In turn, many people have taken these written works to heart and set off on their own journeys in search of a new …

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DVD Review: 101 Dalmatians: Two-Disc Platinum Edition (1961)

101 Dalmatians is loosely based on the 1956 children’s book The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith. In Smith’s book there are actually four main dalmatians, their “pets” are already married, Roger is a “financial wizard” who has been granted an exemption from income tax for life because he freed England of it’s national …

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DVD Review: Walker, Texas Ranger: The Complete Fourth Season

As almost everyone who knows me will tell you, I am a bona fide television junkie. I watch old shows, new shows and everything in between. Oddly enough, in my more than thirty years on this earth I had never watched a single episode of Walker, Texas Ranger until June of 2007 when Walker, Texas …

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DVD Review: Beowulf – The Director’s Cut

Beowulf is the oldest surviving poem in the English language. The epic work was written sometime between the 8th and 11th centuries. In the poem, Beowulf battles three rivals: Grendel who is attacking the Danish mead hall known as Heorot and its citizenry; Grendel’s mother; and later in life after returning to Geatland and being …

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