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121. Serenity (Widescreen Edition)
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122. Murder, She Wrote - The Complete
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123. The Golden Girls - The Complete
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124. The Sentinel (Widescreen)
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125. Halloweentown/ Halloweentown II
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126. Pride & Prejudice (Widescreen
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127. Little House on the Prairie -
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128. The Boondocks: The Complete First
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129. The Devil Wears Prada (Widescreen
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130. The Break-Up (Widescreen Edition)
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131. Mission - Impossible III (Widescreen
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132. Humphrey Bogart - The Signature
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133. Boston Legal: Season 2 (7pc)
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134. Three's Company - Season Eight
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135. 24 - Season Four
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136. Medium - The Complete Second Season
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137. Anne of Green Gables
138. Beauty and the Beast (Disney Special
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140. The Break-Up (Full Screen Edition)

121. Serenity (Widescreen Edition)
by Universal Studios Home Entertainment
DVD (20 December, 2005)
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Asin: B000BW7QWW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Simply The Best
`Serenity' is the coolest sci-fi movie in years, it always being in the top DVDs here proves that in itself. If you love the TV series `Firefly', but haven't seen this movie, you are really missing something. The story is truly and simply amazing. The characters are back with just as much attitude as they had from the series.
4-0 out of 5 stars Fun with future-past soup.
Dialog immediately caught my attention. Flowed with a sort of rhythm the way it's crafted. The cultural fusion was fun and interesting. Story held my interest. Yes. This is a good time. Want more.

5-0 out of 5 stars Western, Science Fiction, Survival, Civil War, Imperial Conquest
After a civil war in which the good guys lost to the imperial dictatorship ov the Xteenth Reich, the weary war heros of the losing good side, have to hide like the maquis from an imperial navy, from the police of a police state, from the imperial gestapo, from the mafioso, and from the secret gene police who hide themselves even from their own people.
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122. Murder, She Wrote - The Complete Fourth Season
by Universal Studios
DVD (17 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000GW8UAO
Sales Rank: 89
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Rejoice!! Single sided discs confirmed on this set!!
Finally Universal has listened to the fans of this show and provided us with single sided discs for this season. After the nightmare of the season 2 box set, wherein a few episodes would stop/freeze or simply not play at all (see the Amazon reviews), they finally rectified the error of their ways. The only puzzling thing is that Universal still decided to keep the bulky snap cases instead of the slim cases for the set, which does take up a lot of room on your DVD shelf. Now if only they would re-release the first 3 sets as single discs we could all be happy that a beloved TV show is finally getting the proper DVD treatment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Have we finally reached the plateau of single-sidedness?
I absolutely love this show, and am thrilled to own the first 3 seasons that have been released.However, I must agree with many fans of the show out there that have had problems with the double-sided discs, which Universal has, for some reason, felt they needed to use up to this point.In particular, my season 2 set sometimes won't play certain episodes, and other times it will!??I see that season 4 indicates is a 5-disc set -- which leaves me wondering -- are we finally to be given the privilege of single-sided discs???I TRULY hope so -- as do many other fans.Thank you, Universal.I am also pleased that they are releasing these season sets at a fairly decent pace.I'm excited to get this next season set!!! ... Read more

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123. The Golden Girls - The Complete Sixth Season
by Touchstone / Disney
DVD (14 November, 2006)
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Asin: B000I2J6VE
Sales Rank: 98
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Can't Wait For It To Be Released!!!!!
The Golden Girls is an all-time favorite it has many laughs, and to me it looks like season six is going to get even better! I agree with the other kid that said the sixth and seventh season was his/her most favorite because it's mine too. I enjoy watching the last two seasons on my recorded episodes on tape. The sixth season is currently airing on lifetime. and I saw the past few episodes of season six. I am very excited about seeing the episode "Never Yell Fire In A Crowded Retirement Home" because on that one Sophia gets accused of setting the Shady Pines fire of 1985 and I want to see how that one takes place! Well today's the 15th, we only have 29 more days until we can buy season six and view the episodes of 1990-1991

5-0 out of 5 stars Episode guide
"Blanche Delivers" - Blanche is embarrassed that her daughter is artificially inseminated and wants to give birth in a birthing center.
4-0 out of 5 stars The Golden Girls - Season Six
The first five seasons of "The Golden Girls" were as good as it gets. The show had great writing, solid directing, and (most importantly) terrific comic acting by its quartet of veteran actresses. After the original writing team left after Season Four, a new writing team came on for Season Five to keep the laughs coming. For the most part they succeeded in keeping "The Golden Girls" a very funny show throughout the fifth season, although it wasn't quite up there with seasons 1 thru 4. Still Season Five was close to matching the greatness of the first four seasons. The show's main director, Terry Hughes, was still on board directing almost all the episodes for the fifth season, which I think continued to help keep it a first rate sitcom. But Hughes decided to leave after Season Five, and that eventually hurt "The Golden Girls" a little bit afterwards. Season Six is proof.
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124. The Sentinel (Widescreen)
by 20th Century Fox
DVD (29 August, 2006)
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Asin: B000G5SILC
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Nice idea but not sensational
This movie serves as a sharp reminder of how paramount it is to the success of a film to have decent writers on board. I know it may sound like an utterly trite, common-sense lesson, but the fact that this movie turned out the way it did shows that there are people out there in Hollywood who have not yet learned. This movie had a really solid cast, a big budget, and an exciting premise. And yet, from beginning to end, viewers are served up forgettable characters with poorly-developed back-stories, going through the motions in a plot that never hooks their interest. I watched the whole movie and could care less about Michael Douglas's fugitive character. This one does not measure up to the level of The Fugitive (1993). It is definitely more on par with say, U.S. Marshals (1998).
3-0 out of 5 stars The fuzzy limit between propaganda and political fiction
An unimaginable film that does not even give any logical explanation to anything happening on the screen. They revive the KGB to go back to the good old cold war model, but move them to Kazakhstan. Is it because the Kazakhs have built a pipeline to sell their oil to China instead of building a pipeline across Afghanistan and Iran and Irak to sell their oil to the US ? The president ot the USA is the most wanted president in the world at least by would-be terrorists and assassins. It is true that a fair number of US presidents have been assassinated or assaulted. But hasn't it always been by Americans, and even in this case it is said to be impossible without an American mole inside the secret services ? Forget it, man, the second cold war has just been declared by Hollywood. Of course the US president gets out of it unscathed. But the film becomes ridiculous when it states a sexual affair between the oldest of the security agents and the First Lady. Both ridiculous and absurd, including pictures of the sexual meeting between the two inside the First Lady's bedroom. That is really more than a mole. Why are our western countries suddenly so obsessed by heads of states and political fiction (three films and one TV series that I know of over the last three months, and I am not in the know of everything) ? Hollywood, and other western producers, would be very much inspired if they tried to take some distance from their political object if not objective. It sounds and smells too much like propaganda.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good movie
This movie is great.It is exciting and I liked it.For the story, it is very exciting without any boring parts in it.Well done on this!For the acting, they are all good.However, the best is of course, Michael Douglas as Pete Garrison.His acting is always good and this one is no exception.For the direction, it is good because from the beginning to the end, it is all in logical way.For the visual, music and sound effects, they are all good as well.I watched this movie only on the DVD.For the DVD itself, it is simply fantastic because this movie it has a lot of special features including two movie trailers, which are good.So, this movie is simply recommended to watch. ... Read more

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125. Halloweentown/ Halloweentown II -Kalabar's Revenge
by Buena Vista Home Entertainment / Disney
DVD (13 September, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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In a place called Halloweentown, good and evil look very different than one might expect.Thanks to a visit from Grandmother Aggie (Debbie Reynolds), Marnie (Kimberly J. Brown) and her family's tradition of ignoring the Halloween holiday are about to change in the extreme.It seems that Marnie's mother Gwen (Judith Hoag) has been hiding a big secret from her three children--all of them possess supernatural powers.Now that it's Marnie's thirteenth birthday, she must begin her training as a witch or lose her powers forever.While Gwen wants nothing more than to see her children grow up as "normal" humans, Grandmother Aggie and Marnie have other ideas.A brewing crisis between good and evil in the alternate world Halloweentown soon pulls the entire family through a portal and into an intense battle against ghouls, goblins and the warlock Kalabar (Robin Thomas).Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Halloween flick
Although these movies, being a low budget Disney production, Halloweentown 1 & 2 are excellent movies to gear you up for the Halloween season.Its especially great for the kids, and for the adults who love the feel of the 80's halloween movies, which these movies have.They are especially great movies to watch with the family, or to watch on a rainy autumn day!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Holloween Movie
This is great Holloween movie to watch to get you in the spirit! I watch it numerous times every year right before Holloween with my little sister. Its a great Movie!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Halloweentown trilogy
If you love supernatural, imaginative halloween movies, this is great! I have watched every movie that came out of halloweentown. I think it's just a great kid-friendly movie. The first movie xame out in 1998 and it was AWSOME!!! I reccomend this movie to anyone who likes supernatural and imaginative movies. ... Read more

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126. Pride & Prejudice (Widescreen Edition)
by Universal Studios
DVD (28 February, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Another Favorite!
As a firm fan of the 5 hour BBC 1995 P&P miniseries, I went to this movie version with some skepticism, but found that it was much better than I expected even while it seemed to lack somewhat for me in some respects. THE P&P is hard to live up to! All in all though, I enjoyed this movie version immensely and went back to see it again right away. In and of itself, it is a delightful version of the story and even compared, it stands up on its own as another interpretation and look at the characters and events of this prima Austen work. The more I watch this movie (as a pick me up at home alone or with family or friends, with my feet up and a favorite something to nibble or sip on), the more I adore it. Let's face it; we can get our P&P fix faster/easier: in 2 hours instead of 5! (I still MUST watch the 5 hour version regularly as well.) This film version has a grittier, lowlier feel (perhaps a more realistic one) at the Bennet's and beyond, plus a more opulent contrast at Pemberly and related. One key detail that impressed me greatly was how I did not like Darcy nor see any attraction to the man at the beginning (how could HE be Darcy?!), but over time, he became more and more sympathetic (even appearing a pathetic figure at times: pitifully sunk in unrequited love - which pulled fully at my feelings to cheer him on in Elizabeth's direction) and attractive as the character - and this was as it should be. The performance of this actor made me want to see more of his work (and I have since seen him do extremely well in another role as a spoiled drunken dandy in `The Way We Live Now'.) The world needs more of this type of `old fashioned' movie.
5-0 out of 5 stars Not the 1995 version, but still very well done
1. This movie is much better than my wife and I expected.To be sure, there are big departures from Jane Austen's book and the tale seems tailored to a modern audience.Nevertheless, we're giving this production five stars, because of its overall impact and flow.The acting and location shots are first-rate and key scenes are so beautifully done.We particularly liked the scene near the end where Elizabeth entreats her father so she might marry Mr. Darcy.She reveals how Darcy is the one who bailed out the Bennett family from Mr. Wickham's debts and also arranged for sister Lydia's marriage. This ending seems more convincing than other versions we've seen because it registers with Mr. Bennett that Darcy is the one who saved the family.If you look it up, the bail-out revelation is in the book.
4-0 out of 5 stars Not perfect or quite as good as P&P '95, but still enjoyable and recommendable...
I am an avid fan of the 1995 A&E/BBC version of Pride and Prejudice starring Colin Firth.And so, I had my reservations about giving this one a whirl.Most of Hollywood's literary adaptations are underdeveloped, underwhelming and downright superficial.Emma starring Gwyneth Paltrow springs to mind.However, this 2005 adaptation directed by Joe Wright and adapted by Deborah Moggach, while not better than the 1995 version, is definitely more enjoyable than the bunch. (Warning: there will be more comparisons between this version and the 1995 version.So, if you're tired of reading comparisons between those two, then I suggest you skip reading this review.)The cinematography is beautiful -- the scenery and sets are a major eyeful.The film direction is one of the best I've seen.Wright has done a splendid job.The music score is also beautiful, one of the best I've heard.The wardrobe, however, is a disappointment.The gowns (more Georgian than Regency) are not appropriate for the time.Elizabeth Bennet would have never attended the Netherfield ball without wearing gloves and Caroline Bingley's sleeveless slip dress with a plunging neckline is downright anachronistic.Not only does it look too modern, a noble lady would have worn such a flimsy gown at a formal ball unless she was some sort of daring widow wanting to cause a scandal.The gowns Mrs. Bennet and Lady Catherine de Bourgh wore were at least two decades or so out of style.And I won't even comment on Judy Dench's hairstyle except for one expression: yikes!That hairdo was fashionable in the 1750s -- at least sixty years before Austen wrote Pride and Prejudice.The quality of the characterization varies from person to person. I do not like Keira Knightley's Elizabeth Bennet.Knightley does not show the right amount of sharp wit, intelligence and conflicting emotions that makes Miss Bennet one of the most endearing heroines in literature.The director concentrates more on Knightley's pretty face than on focusing on the character's complexities.This Elizabeth is too petulant and giggly for my taste.Jennifer Ehle had a better grasp of the character.I did not like Donald Sutherland as Mr. Bennet.He comes across more as a cynical, laid-back loner than the sarcastic and witty character in the book, qualities that were passed on to Elizabeth.(By the way, I found it odd that in this film Mr. Bennet and Lizzy do not have the kind of closeness and affection that is required in their roles.)Also, his imitation of an English accent is simply awful.I wish Benjamin Whitrow had been cast in this version as well.I also liked the actor who played Mr. Collins in the '95 version better than Tom Hollander.I feel Hollander was miscast for this role.The actors who played Mrs. Bennet, Jane, Mr. Bingley, Caroline Bingley, Lydia and Kitty do a good job, but somehow aren't as colorful as the ones in the 1995 miniseries.And last, but definitely not least, is Matthew Macfadyen as the dark, handsome, proud and brooding Mr. Darcy.
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127. Little House on the Prairie - Special Edition Movie Boxed Set (Look Back to Yesterday / Bless All the Dear Children / The Last Farewell)
by Goldhil Home Media
DVD (24 October, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 144
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Little House On the Prairie Season 10
The Little House Movies,Bless All TheChildren,Look Back to Yesterday and The Last Farewell are in there.I wish the Pilot and The Thanksgiving clip movie special was in there.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best series in the history of television
Why do I call this the "Best series in the history of television"?...because it's BIG in heart and soul, the characters and stories have TREMENDOUS depth, and it's not bogged down by the politics of your typical western, or typical show for that matter.The storylines could go anywhere, and focus on anyone, or anything.There didn't have to be a villain of the week, a murder, etc.Come to think of it, this is one of the most "murder-less" westerns I have ever seen.If people died, it was more from life's hardships in the 1800's than from anything else.
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128. The Boondocks: The Complete First Season
by Sony Pictures
DVD (25 July, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Biting Satire-NOT FOR KIDS
Huey and Riley move from the South Side of Chicago tothe Woodcrest Suburbs with their grandfatherHuey is a smart intelligent kid and Riley is a street smart hustler. The fish outta water scenrio makes this cartoon series a winner.
5-0 out of 5 stars THANK YOU GOD!!!!! WE CAN THINK!!!!!
THis is like manna from heaven people. Where are the T-shirts!!! Where are the Headband and medallions? I think Boondocks is a miracle from the divine and it very well may stop me from offin somebody. Huey is Hip Hop and Riley is RAP MUSIC. Watch how they interact but remember Hip Hop is Raps Oldest brother.Our thoughts count and can at the very least be animated.This IS Potent and best believe it is dead on. Finally some meaningful expression and definition to some of our derogatory terms. Note: If you are offended KEEP KEEP KEEP watching and remember that Boondocks is meant to reach those who won`t pick up the books they need to. Questions we have been afraid to put to words in social situations even in black circles get asked all episode long on Boondocks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
Huey Freeman is angry.And can you blame him?As a ten-year-old aspiring black revolutionary living in the almost entirely white suburb of Woodcrest with his stern, authoritarian grandfather and his thug-worshipping younger brother Riley after relocating from Chicago's tough South Side, Huey is faced with the grim realities of both white condescension and black ignorance as he tries to call to light the truths people would rather not face.In the opening scene of The Boondocks, Aaron McGruder's confrontational, profane, and brilliantly satirical adaptation of his comic strip, Huey envisions himself inciting a riot at an all-white garden party by reporting some unpleasant truths (at least in his mind) about Jesus, Ronald Reagan, and 9/11, but when he actually gets a chance to do so he merely finds himself praised for being "articulate."And when he tries to bring his vision of a black Jesus to the masses via his school Christmas play (with some help from Denzel Washington, Angela Bassett, and Quincy Jones), his work becomes the target of a boycott by parents angry at the exclusion of their children.Not to mention, he has to watch a race-baiting white laywer exploit black-white divisions to get R. Kelly off on underage peeing charges, and witness two wanna-be master criminals exploiting wartime paranoia to rob a store when he just wants to get his friend out of jail.All in all, Huey faces un uphill climb in his quest to shake a comfortable populace out of its complacency.
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129. The Devil Wears Prada (Widescreen Edition)
by 20th Century Fox
DVD (12 December, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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This clever, funny big-screen adaptation of Lauren Weisberger's best-seller takes some of the snarky bite out of the chick lit book, but smoothes out the characters' boxy edges to make a more satisfying movie. There's no doubt Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars For once, a movie that is better than the book!
I debated what rating to give this film for some time. You see, I read L. Weisberger's novel of the same title for research on a writing project (THE BIG BOOK OF GIRL STUFF, 2006). I wanted to understand a little better the relation of fashion and the female mind, and if a bestselling comic novel could help with that, so much the better.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of the years best (but it's not all about Meryl my friends)...
My wife and I, huge fans of `America's Next Top Model' and `Project Runway', were very excited about seeing this film.Why it took us this long still baffles me, but as of Friday night we had the pleasure of seeing `The Devil Wears Prada' and let me just say that it was quite the pleasure.Now, most if not all the praise has been heaped on the shoulders of Meryl Streep, and while she was outstanding, this film is more than just a Meryl painted canvas.There are four brilliant performances in this film and they all are deserving of praise.
5-0 out of 5 stars Buy it.....
Because you will want to watch it over and over again.
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130. The Break-Up (Widescreen Edition)
by Universal Studios
DVD (17 October, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great movie
ive been reading a lot of the reviews online here and i dont understand why people are giving the movie horrible ratings because it wasnt what they expected. I agree that this movie definetely shouldn't have been advertised as a "romantic charming comedy" like the box suggests. this movie was none of those things. it was very raw and emotional and truly depicted a harsh break up. however, i thought it was an amazing movie. both jennifer aniston and vince vaughn are amazing in it. definetely rent this movie. dont let these negative reviews stop u from watchin it because its a really good movie. you will walk away with something different each time you watch it

3-0 out of 5 stars Wildly Fluctuating Look at an Embattled Couple Never Finds the Right Pitch
The most resonant moment of this mishmash of a film is actually its ending. It's not important to know how the story ends except for the fact that it captures well all those quicksilver feelings of contradiction one feels when confronted with a significant other. Unfortunately, the rest of the 2006 movie enervates far more than it enthralls, primarily because director Peyton Reed never seems to find the right pitch for the story of an embattled couple who separate but choose to live together in the Chicago condo they bought. First-time feature screenwriters Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender make the primary mistake of trying to make the characters likable at the same time they are supposed to go for the jugular when it comes to the conniving game of one-upmanship each plays on the other.
1-0 out of 5 stars Bitter, Dysfunctional and Angry. A real downer.
The movie critic (from Maxim magazine) quoted on the front jacket of the DVD called the BreakUp one of the best romantic comedies in years. I wonder if he even watched it. It certainly wasn't a comedy and was hardly romantic. The two characters were bitter, dysfunctional, angry and totally hopeless. The back cover called it Charming and Hilareous, a great Date Movie - who wrote this stuff and what had they been drinking? If you watch this with someone they'll probably dump you. It was just plain painfull to sit thru. The acting - Aniston and Vaughn was actually fair, but the script was simply unforgiveable. Don't waste your time or money. ... Read more

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131. Mission - Impossible III (Widescreen Edition)
by Paramount Home Video
DVD (30 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000HRMAPE
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars bad bad bad ... worse
wow....im surprised so many reviewers were kind to this movie !...it is straight up terrible....looks like a big fat fox/abc TV show...JJ might have TV majic, but my Mom could direct a better movie...cruise is cruise....the rest of the cast is there to make him look tall and not nuts....if you like silly movies like "face off" or "the rock"or any 1980 swayze and/or stallone....you will love it

4-0 out of 5 stars The Best Mission Film
This was the best Mission Impossible film--so far--thanks to JJ Abrams.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Cruise
I love the movie. usually, I dislike action movies, but Cruise put so much of himself in it, I wondered and I get to check it.
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132. Humphrey Bogart - The Signature Collection, Vol. 2 (The Maltese Falcon Three-Disc Special Edition / Across the Pacific / Action in the North Atlantic / All Through the Night / Passage to Marseille)
by Warner Home Video
DVD (03 October, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 723
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Doing A Happy Dance!
Finally, finally, finally, three Bogart films that used to be shown endlessly on TV when I was a child and which I absolutely loved are finally on DVD!I'm not talking about "Casablanca" or "The Maltese Falcon" Or "The Treasure of Sierra Madre", or any of those films that first come to mind when the name Humphrey Bogart is mentioned.I'm taking about "Across The Pacific", "All Through The Night", and "Action in the North Atlantic".God, I loved those movies!
5-0 out of 5 stars BOGIE'S BACK.....and you can have him in a luscious new collection of gems!
Re-releasing popular titles on DVD is par-for-course for most labels. Only two come back for another release when the reason is damned good...WB and Criterion. Unlike the other studios, only these two save the second dip for something far better, and this superb SIGNATURE COLLECTION VOLUME TWO contains four new-to-DVD releases, looking SENSATIONAL, but also a re-visit to THE MALTESE FALCON, which along with CASABLANCA and SIERRA MADRE, represents the very best of the world's most beloved and timeless movie actor.
5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous, Off-Beat Mix of Bogie WWII -Era Classics...
"Humphrey Bogart - The Signature Collection, Vol. 2" may be as entertaining a collection of Bogart films, as he emerged as a major WB star, as you'll ever find. They run the gamut of early classic noir, espionage, action/adventure, broad comedy, and moody morality tale, each exceptional, and stamped with the distinctive Bogie 'style'.
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133. Boston Legal: Season 2 (7pc)
by 20th Century Fox
DVD (21 November, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best Show on TV
The best combination of comedy, drama and social commentary the I've ever seen. I love it!!I will be buying both seasons for the social commentary alone, not to mention how the James Spader character has developed over the two seasons.You don't see that too often.William Shatner is GREAT one of his BEST ROLES EVER.Anyway, great show, you won't be dissappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Danny Crane!
The folks are back for a second season, although there are some departures and arrivals of a few cast characters.The writing continues to be top notch during this second season.
5-0 out of 5 stars I don't want to hear any Jibber Jabber ;-)
Boston Legal is such an intelligent, brilliant and funny show.This second season is equally as good as the first, and I still watch it each and every week.The witty banter and the bizzare cases and relationships are hilarious.William Shatner and James Spader steal the show but all of the cast is really good.They all have the perfect timing and delivery that makes for a great comedy/drama.
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134. Three's Company - Season Eight
by Anchor Bay
DVD (03 October, 2006)
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Sales Rank: 559
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Similar visual images on disc
Has anyone noticed that the images on each of the disc for Season 8 are simlar to those in Seaon 7. I thought I'm getting duplicates but fortunately the contents are different.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of My Favorite TV Series
The last season of Three's Company was just as funny and heart-tugging as the other seasons. This season has the episode where Janet gets Jack and Terri over to the exercise gym where the mabager of the gym has the hots for Jack. I also like the episode where Terri makes up one lie after another to keep from spending time with her boss because she thinks he has the hots for her (he does!). This is also the season where Jack falls in love with Vicki and Janet meets her soon to be husband Phillip.
5-0 out of 5 stars Classic All the Way!!!
Thank you Anchor Bay for releasing the entire run in a reasonable time as well as for packaging each season attractively and including extras.Your efforts are certainly appreciated.
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135. 24 - Season Four
by 20th Century Fox
DVD (06 December, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Now THIS is TV!
24 has to be the most thrilling show on TV. If you're tired of shows like Lost or Desperate Housewives, which while good, seem to take perverse pleasure in beating around the bush to the point where you want to put a brick through the screen, take a look at 24. This is how TV should be made. Sharp dialogue. Sharp Characters. Sharp action. But that's not the best of it! What's the most riveting and yet satisfying aspect of 24? The fact that something happens week in week out and, at the end of the series, instead of EVERYTHING building to a cliff-hanger with which to tease you till the start of the next season, 24 delivers the goods and resolves the entire season's storyline. What could be more satisfying? Season 4 is superb. Once you slap a disk in your DVD player, it's so difficult to turn the thing off and stop watching - you just want to keep going and going and... What greater compliment to everyone concerned in its production.

5-0 out of 5 stars Intense
Season Four is intense and well crafted, as are the other seasons. The writers are brilliant with the plot twists and character development.This is my all time favorite show.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid and effective thriller hovered of beating actuality!
Jack Bauer is the prototype of the efficiency per excellence, he represents the new archetype of the hero of the modernity. His untiring fight against the myriads of powerful international organizations of fanatics and mercenaries who hate US and want to destroy it, infecting it with poisonous gases, bacteriological attacks or a nuclear Apocalypse.
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136. Medium - The Complete Second Season
by Paramount Home Video
DVD (03 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000GBEWSO
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Rare medium well done
Much better than most of today's contemporary TV programs, this series has depth of character and it does not lose momentum through the first season.
4-0 out of 5 stars SECOND SEASON SYNDROME
After establishing itself as a very unique series, MEDIUM moves into its second season with 22 episodes, and the continued strong presence of star Patricia Arquette.Ironically, one of the show's strong points turned into a weak point this season:the focus on the family problems seemed to override the central "crime" part a little too much this season, with Ariel and Bridgit's "minor crises" becoming too much like "Mother Knows Best".They included Ariel's falling for a 21 year old in a convenience store and later a 14 year old rich boy, whose doctor father may be a psychotic killer.Add hubby Joe's problems at work and with his wife's gift, you got a lot of familial focus.That's admirable in some ways, but it tended to dilute a lot of the more powerful storylines unfolding.There were some decent chills and some clever plot twists with lurid defense attorney Connor O'Farrell returning for a few episodes, as despicable as ever, and other guest appearances from stars such as Molly Ringwald, David Carradine and David James Elliott.Arquette's brother Ryan Hurst returns as a possible bank robber; executive producer Kelsey Grammer has a neat turn as the Angel of Death; and sleazy doctor Mark A. Sheppard returns as the psycho who gets doctors to kill their patients.One strange episode is included with 3-D glasses, and it's storyline is so convoluted, one misses the point and the 3-D effects are far from innovative, they tend to be distractive.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good but not as good as Season One
Season Two opened with Part 2 of "When Push Comes to Shove" - the unfinished cliffhanger at the end of Season One and along the way viewers got closure on the continuation of the Dr. Walker storyline in Season One. Alison Dubois' psychic powers had visibly increased, although the irony was she could not necessarily decipher those newfound powers and put them to immediate use, at least not without having experienced a hiccup or two.Unlike the super-charged wiseass in Season 1, the fact that Alison in Season 2 was scripted to not always get it right all the time kept things refreshing and edgy for viewers.What's more, stories/images/dream sequences were no longer as straightforward, like sometimes they might appeared in the guise of metaphors and other times downright misleading.What made Season 2 pale in comparison with Season 1, however, was the presence of some irksome logical flaws that became apparent in the latter half of the show, culminating in its grand finale which was not only slow-moving but heavy-handed in the melodrama department.In spite of this, Medium Season 2 remained addictive watching and viewers would unlikely be unduly disappointed. It worked because it became less Alison-centric, with interesting subplots and character development on the supporting cast (hubby, the Dubois girls, detective Scanlon et al) thrown into the mix to great effect. The truth is, the show's central premise where justice always prevailed made the viewing experience strangely therapeutitc, taking viewers away from the squalor of the real world where bad people might get away with murder (premeditated or otherwise), or walk away from heinous but cleverly conceived crimes.I will for sure be getting Season 3 DVD boxset on its release in 2007. 4 stars.
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137. Anne of Green Gables
by Sullivan
DVD (13 November, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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This gorgeous adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic children's story is well worth watching with the whole family. Produced for Canadian television, it's one of those rare productions that actually sticks to the book and even enhances it through first-rate performances and an excellent script. Set on bucolic Prince Edward Island in the late 19th century, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I love this movie today as much as I loved it when I was 10....
I saw this movie for the first time when I was something like 10 years old, and immediately fell in love with Anne Shirley. I have now read everything by L.M. Montgomery that I can get my hands on, and am as big a fan as ever. This movie is a beautiful version of a beautiful book.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Way things should be
"Anne of Green Gables" shows how a combination of love, honesty, hard work, tolerance and integrity is the perfect mix for bringing out the best from the potential in anyone, even in a non-traditional family. It's an incredibly refreshing break from today's society, where lying and manipulation have become almost a norm in much of the world we know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Timeless Classic
All the great reviews written previously say it all - Anne of Green Gables the movie is a timeless classic of the classic novel. I've been watching this movie since I've been a child, and I still watch it as an adult. A movie like this doesn't need "special features" for it to be attractive as a DVD(Although the commentary is great!). Just the fact that no matter how long I keep this and how often I watch this movie, it won't change like VHS does. ... Read more

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138. Beauty and the Beast (Disney Special Platinum Edition)
by Walt Disney Video
DVD (08 October, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Tale As Old As Time Done Right
Beauty and the Beast may well be the very best animated film Disney ever produced. The characterizations of the leads are great as we have the sweet book loving Belle and the the flawed but totally redeemable "Beast".Gaston and Belle's father are also well drawn and memorable as are the comic relief bearing "enchanted" servants at the castle. There's something for everyone as the story is so romantic it leaves a lot of grown up ladies sighing, the bad guys are not too scary for the little ones and for the rest it is just a great tale.Plus Beauty and the Beast has some of the best songs ever written for a Disney production.No wonder the Broadway musical hasbeen such a hit as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tied for first for best Disney feature
I must've been about 10 when I first saw the Lion King and I was practically floored. Those catchy-for-their-own-good songs, the animation(well, me now talking) and that wildebeast stampede. The other one is Beauty and the Beast which for the life of me I can't remember seeing when I was young yet loved every minute of it. Revisiting it now I still love it and on one hand seeing it as a landmark in Disney's catalogue but also one in a series of films that marked a brief creative comeback.
2-0 out of 5 stars Beauty and the Beast
Yep, Disney animation. All my students see this movie at some point between leaving high school and when I meet them as university students. Sometimes, their Chinese university teachers show it to them in class. So, I thought I'd see why they love it so much. I'm still wondering. This is a two-page short story, not a film. But on the bright side, if you skip all the songs it's under an hour. I've never enjoyed a singing toon in my life. ... Read more

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139. Penn & Teller - Bullsh*t - The Complete Third Season
by Showtime Ent.
DVD (03 October, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A little "out there" what were you watching?
This season is right up there with the other two.The episode on circumcision was one of the most uncomfortable things I have ever watched on TV.It was uncomfortable because they were RIGHT!!!Any circumcised man who sees this will want to go and punch his parents right in the face.It is a story that had to be told and should be shown to all parents contemplating circumcision.As for the other episodes, like the Boy Scouts...BRAVO...Its about time someone stood up to them.I am going to guess that the others didn't mention this episode because they are still working on their merit badges.Anyway, it continues to get better and I can't wait for future episodes.

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome
I believe that this is definatly one of the best seasons that goes in complete line with the brilliance of the last two seasons. The episode on guns was my favorite (any show that brings on revolutionary war reenactors has to be awesome).All of their straight talk follows with new absurdities to laugh at. Sure their were some moderately good episodes, that dose nothing to take away from the pure greatness of this season
4-0 out of 5 stars These guys are really funny ;-)
So far, I've really loved Seasons 1-2 and while I enjoyed their 3rd Season, I didn't enjoy this quite as much as the other two.They are still funny, but I just wasn't quite as captivated this season around.
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140. The Break-Up (Full Screen Edition)
by Universal Studios
DVD (17 October, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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The combined star power of Vince Vaughn (Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars great movie
ive been reading a lot of the reviews online here and i dont understand why people are giving the movie horrible ratings because it wasnt what they expected. I agree that this movie definetely shouldn't have been advertised as a "romantic charming comedy" like the box suggests. this movie was none of those things. it was very raw and emotional and truly depicted a harsh break up. however, i thought it was an amazing movie. both jennifer aniston and vince vaughn are amazing in it. definetely rent this movie. dont let these negative reviews stop u from watchin it because its a really good movie. you will walk away with something different each time you watch it

3-0 out of 5 stars Wildly Fluctuating Look at an Embattled Couple Never Finds the Right Pitch
The most resonant moment of this mishmash of a film is actually its ending. It's not important to know how the story ends except for the fact that it captures well all those quicksilver feelings of contradiction one feels when confronted with a significant other. Unfortunately, the rest of the 2006 movie enervates far more than it enthralls, primarily because director Peyton Reed never seems to find the right pitch for the story of an embattled couple who separate but choose to live together in the Chicago condo they bought. First-time feature screenwriters Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender make the primary mistake of trying to make the characters likable at the same time they are supposed to go for the jugular when it comes to the conniving game of one-upmanship each plays on the other.
1-0 out of 5 stars Bitter, Dysfunctional and Angry. A real downer.
The movie critic (from Maxim magazine) quoted on the front jacket of the DVD called the BreakUp one of the best romantic comedies in years. I wonder if he even watched it. It certainly wasn't a comedy and was hardly romantic. The two characters were bitter, dysfunctional, angry and totally hopeless. The back cover called it Charming and Hilareous, a great Date Movie - who wrote this stuff and what had they been drinking? If you watch this with someone they'll probably dump you. It was just plain painfull to sit thru. The acting - Aniston and Vaughn was actually fair, but the script was simply unforgiveable. Don't waste your time or money. ... Read more

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