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Live Revolution Rock

Live Revolution Rock contains The Clash’s 22 live concerts and studio performances ranging from 1977 to 1983. This DVD is decent for people who have not yet had a chance to discover the music and styles of this visionary punk band.... Read more
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A Passage to India

A movie that is forgotten a lot of the time when thinking of classic epic movies, A Passage to India is what dramatic filmmaking is all about, with great acting, direction and script. ... Read more
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

This isn’t “officially” a Monty Python movie but with Eric Idle, and direction by Terry Gilliam, it might as well be.  The only thing missing is the irreverent humor and the fact that Uma Thurman somehow made her way into this one in the late 80s. ... Read more
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Party of Five

The drama of the Salinger siblings continues to the third season.... Read more
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Dogma

Dogma has long been one of my favorite comedies and probably the most intelligent movies to come out of Kevin Smith’s View Askew Productions ever.  ... Read more
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Outpost

So this group of mercenaries take a mission to help one man reach a bunker in Eastern Europe. When they reach their destination it seems hostile forces end up attacking them so they hole up in the bunker which they soon realize use to belong to the Nazis.... Read more
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Comanche Moon

Comanche Moon: The Second Chapter in the Lonesome Dove Saga. The title is very confusing and I had to do a bit of research to find out what the deal was. It’s the second chapter of the Lonesome Dove series but it’s a prequel to the Lonesome Dove series? ... Read more
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Slipstream

Anthony Hopkins writes, directs, and even composes the soundtrack for his film Slipstream.... Read more
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Run Lola Run

For a movie that is a gritty cross between Trainspotting and Romeo & Juliet, Run Lola Run seems an odd choice to release on the high def format this early, being that it is already a relatively poorly (in quality) filmed indie movie.... Read more
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Blonde Ambition

Jessica Simpson does it again, playing the ditzy blonde who finds her small town self in the Big Apple trying to survive. Honestly, I don’t know how she still gets roles these days, especially ones with Luke Wilson. ... Read more
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