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DVD title: Labyrinth
Productgroup: DVD
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You remind me of the babe....

I first saw this movie when I was about eight-years-old. Now I'm 20 and it is stil one of my favorite movies. I recently bought the DVD from Amazon and have made a point to introduce it to all the children I baby-sit for and even some of my deprived college friends.(They have ALL loved it). Frankly, it's a film for "children" of all ages- one that parents will actually enjoy watching with their kids over and over again. The storyline is classic and the musical numbers, especially those featuring David Bowie, are wonderful (I still can recall all the words). Jennifer Connely is perfect as an ordinary teenager in extraordinary circumstances and nobody could have played "The Goblin King" like Bowie. What a wonderful, wonderful film!

Studio: Columbia/Tristar Studios
Director: Jim Henson
David Bowie
Jennifer Connelly

DVD title: The Intruder (40th Anniversary Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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A Phenomenal Movie.

A Southern and Deceitful Racist (William Shatner) Comes to a Small Town, Who Starts Trouble by Attemps to Block a Court-Ordered Integration in the Slight Small Village.
Directed by Roger Corman (The Fall of the House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, St. Valentine`s Day Massacre) brings his Strongest Film to Date, thanks to William Shatner Impressive Forceful Performance, which is Surprisngly Very Good. This was a Flop of It`s Time of Realase in 1961. Corman brings his Best Work as a Filmmaker, before Becoming Known as King of the B-Movies. Screenplay by Charles Beaumont, Based on his Novel. Unrated but Equivalent to a PG-13 Rating for Mature Themes, Racial Language and Brief Violence. Don`t Miss the Forgotten Genuine Classic. Grade:A.

Studio: New Concorde Home Video
Director: Roger Corman

DVD title: Sailor Moon R - The Movie
Productgroup: DVD
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Sailor Moon R -------- rated by Sailor Sunset

Sailor Moon R is something that i have been waiting a long time for, I am a big sailor moon fan even tough I am 18 years old, Ever since they took the series off before the outer senshi( sailor scouts in english) could be reveled I have been in Sailor Moon Withdrawel Mode . Which is only helped by my monthly Manga of the orginal series.. Any way Sailor Moon R:The Promise of the Rose Is great for Children and the Hard Core Sailor Moon fans who miss the series. It explaines just how and why Darien got his Red Rose and when He and Serena first met. and who his first friend was when he was in the hospital. It has a lot of Action from the first time the Senshi(Scout) Transform till the last scean, If you love Sailor Moon you must get this movie

Studio: Pioneer Video
Director: Kunihiko Ikuhara

DVD title: The One (Special Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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Open Your Mind Up

This is one of the best action movies I've ever seen. The plot is fine and does make sense if you have an open mind. If you don't like Sci-Fi flicks, you won't like this. However, I love them and to have such action in one is an incredible find.

Studio: Columbia Tristar Hom
Director: James Wong (IV)
Jet Li
Carla Gugino

DVD title: Blue Crush (Widescreen Collector's Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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Better than you might think--keep an open mind

My teenage daughters and I all rated this a 10 on our family 1-10 scale. Having been to the North Shore, we all enjoyed the familiar sites. Having surfed on a very limited basis, seeing those surfers riding those waves was truly awe inspiring. I personally enjoyed the spectacular photography and the excellent music. Plot was okay and the strong willed leading women were refreshing. Having a guy respect the strong woman was especially appealing. Well worth seeing.

Studio: Universal Studios
Director: John Stockwell
Kate Bosworth
Michelle Rodriguez

DVD title: Seinfeld - Seasons 1 & 2
Productgroup: DVD
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The Greatest Sitcom Ever!

Okay, maybe the title of this review was a little over-the-top, but I just can't help it. This show was the lone wolf of television sitcoms. Nothing was like it then, and nothing is like it now. I called it the "lone wolf" sitcom, because it was out there. Uncoventional? Yes, most definitely. "Seinfeld" broke all the barriers for all the other television sitcoms that followed. I mean come on. Name one show from 1989 and back that got away with what Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David wrote.

Anyway, this DVD collection contains all original episodes from seasons 1 and 2. Uncut, remastered, and oh, so awesome. The special features on these discs are fantastic. All jammed pack with an hour or so long documentary, which for those who didn't watch Thanksgiving night was the special that aired that night except this is the unedited version of the documentary. Each discs also contains an "Inside Look" into the story of certain episodes and has interviews with all the casts members and writers with whom share their experience of that particular episode with us.

Well....there is alot here to talk about, but I'm just going to say that if you do not own this DVD set, then I urge you to pick it up. This show was innovative and one of the funniest sitcoms I've ever seen.

Studio: Columbia Tri-Star
Jerry Seinfeld

DVD title: Pi
Productgroup: DVD
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Best movie out in over 2 years!

This movie is so captivating, so enchanting, so thrilling, that you find yourself needing more. Sean Gullette is even eerier than the amazing music. The symbolism and is unmatched by any movie spit out of Hollywood. This is the way independent films are supposed to be.

Studio: Artisan Entertainment
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Sean Gullette
Mark Margolis

DVD title: Glory
Productgroup: DVD
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American tragedy

For so long, the image of the Civil War has existed in the collective American mind as a series of sepia-tone Matthew Brady photographs: ghoulish and nightmarish landscapes littered with bodies and body parts. However, with the notable exceptions of his portraits of the field generals, there is a sort of anonymity to the corpses in Brady's works. In one of GONE WITH THE WIND's most powerful scenes, scores upon scores of wounded soldiers lie in the streets, until they appear to be one large, unidentifiable mass of pain--which was the filmmaker's point. Edward Zwick's GLORY was one of the first films to put a human face and individuality to those who fought and died in America's most brutal years. Based upon the true story of Boston's young colonel, Robert Shaw, and his efforts to allow his all African-American outfit (the "54th") to fight on the side of the Union, GLORY is one of those rare films that successfully combines history with movie-making.
Wonderful performances abound in this powerful film: Washington, Broderick, Freeman and Elwes all give their best efforts. But the real star of the show is the camera. The battle sequences, as other reviewers have mentioned, are horrific, as is the scene in the triage tent. (THIS MOVIE IS NOT FOR PEOPLE WITH WEAK STOMACHS.) But the scenes in between, the relatively quiet ones, have as great an impact. I especially have in mind the training sequences. In another director's hands, the scenes in which the troops begin understanding each other, and as the officers begin understanding their troops could have wound up a syrupy mess. Instead, their horrible predicament unites them in an unsentimental, yet sensitive manner. Zwick's camera-work throughout is exemplary, making GLORY one of the best films about America's most tragic episodes.

Studio: Columbia Tristar Hom
Director: Edward Zwick
Matthew Broderick
Denzel Washington
Cary Elwes
Morgan Freeman

DVD title: Bowfinger
Productgroup: DVD
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Frank Oz makes another comedy triumph with BOWFINGER as Steve Martin plays Bobby K. Bowfinger, a director with a hot new script and not many actors to fill in. Eddie Murphy plays a duel role as Kit Ramsey, the hottest star since James Dean, and his nerdy brother Jiff, who when Kit refuses the script, gets the far-away shots instead.
Murphy with his exaggerated gestures, and stunning wit proves what a comic genius he is all throughout. Although no credit is given, one must wonder if he contributed to the script in any way. Christine Baranski is also great. MAJOR HIGHLIGHT: Sexy doll Heather Graham as Daisy.....YOU GO BABY!!!! The scenes in which Murphy is chased and harassed by Martin's crew, unknowing that he is being filmed every step of the way are hilarious, and the acting is splendid.
BUY IT!!!!

Studio: Universal Studios
Director: Frank Oz
Steve Martin
Eddie Murphy

DVD title: How's Your News
Productgroup: DVD
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I promise that you have never seen a movie like this. It will change your life, seriously. It's funny, but in a good way. These five reporters ask the greatest questions and you will not soon forget their adventures in travelling across America. To call it a disability film is one thing, but it's more than that, and not as sappy as the ones we usually see. CHECK IT OUT!

Studio: Sony Music (Video)
Director: Arthur Bradford

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