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DVD title: Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (Widescreen Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (Widescreen Edition) - movie DVD cover picture
u judge before its even released come on

first all of the first 3 movies 4-6 were the bomb no dough about that but comeon guys episode 1 ruled and episode 2 was even better but the part that hurts the most is that most of u judge episode 3 wayyyyyyyyyyy before it even comes out please chill nobody thought resident evil was going to be good and it was great so come on George lucas is going all out non stop for this movie because he said it himself thei will be the last starwars movie until one of his kids wants to make more so relax chill wait for Revenge of the Sith to come out see it then judge it for now Starwars still rules the world

Studio: Twentieth Century Fox Home Video
Director: George Lucas
Ewan McGregor
Natalie Portman
Hayden Christensen

DVD title: Twin Peaks - The Second Season
Productgroup: DVD
Twin Peaks - The Second Season - movie DVD cover picture
Lynch's Genius - Fans' Frustration

I am also a frustrated fan. I don't even have the luxury of having a set of crappy VHS tapes. I have not yet seen the television series from beginning to end. I have the original pilot, the first season, and firewalk on DVD, and have been patiently waiting for the release of season 2. I am pissed. I don't know if this means anything, but I know that TP is a hard swallow for some people (who I think are just braindead anyway) but being introduced to TP the way I was may have been what caught my attention. I first saw firewalk before any other episodes, and the film made utter and complete sense to me. The interviews with the cast made it seem that the storyline when 'awry' for most of them. But watching the beginning after seeing the end... (or is that seeing the end after watching the beginning?) made me realise that the 'end' couldn't have occurred any differently. That show was well thought out, and the symbolism is gut level, as well as spiritual - and not just 'supernatural' as I've heard it described. I believe the whole story to be about the spiritual turmoil that results from abuse at the hands of those we trust the most, and the despair that results. Genius. Lynch is a genius.

Kyle MacLachlan
Michael Ontkean

DVD title: The Wiggles - Wiggly Safari
Productgroup: DVD
The Wiggles - Wiggly Safari - movie DVD cover picture
Catchy and Captivating!

At first, I wasn't sure how my 21-month-old daughter would like this DVD, as it's quite a bit different from the Wiggles' television show. However, she loves it! It holds her attention even better than the TV show, and she sits as if in a trance when it's on. This video is set outdoors, at the Australian Zoo, and features the Wiggles and the Steve Irwin family interacting with various animals. The songs are probably the best of any of their videos-I find myself humming them alot! Also featured are the four dancers (two men and two women) that appear in most of the Wiggles Dvds-they're such a pleasure to watch, and genuinely seem to be having fun.
We originally bought this on DVD, but Chloe loves it so much that we also bought it on VHS for her to watch at Grandma's house. It's a great way for Grandma to keep her busy and entertained for a bit while taking care of the other kids! And the songs are such a hit that we've also been obliged to purchase the CD, for in the car, and it's played nonstop from Boise to Disneyland to Washington, several times over!
Overall, I highly recommend this DVD! It's enjoyable for my daughter, and I enjoy it too!

Studio: Lyrick Studios
The Wiggles
Steve Irwin

DVD title: Primer
Productgroup: DVD
Primer - movie DVD cover picture

It is so bewildering to read so many negative reviews of this breathless, fabulous film. One could easily dismiss such disappointment by ascribing such notices to an unrepresentative, hapless group of viewers of shockingly low intelligence; but it is probably more attributable to wholesale indolence. Read this well then: It will require at least ten viewings of this film to truely appreciate --- to appreciate not only the more obvious, folded-back-on-itself plot liberties; not only the veracious morality play within ("Know thyself?" / "Who can know [the heart]?"); but also the Dantean comedy. Yes, I said comedy! The hilarity is side-splittingly palpable, not only within the frames you are looking at, but also "between" the frames as well. But all this will be lost to you if you're lazy, or if you cannot suspend once and for all any precondition to think merely with skin or glands when watching a movie. What a true testimony to the shameless narcotic of Hollywood!

Studio: New Line Home Entertainment
Director: Shane Carruth
Shane Carruth
David Sullivan (IX)
Casey Gooden
Anand Upadhyaya

DVD title: Yoga and Pilates Vol 2
Productgroup: DVD
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Remember, this is based on Yoga ! Welcome style and pace

Louise Solomon's DVD v2 is well worth your time, even at twice the price! I found this to be an excellent merging of Yoga principles with some Pilates core strength added. The video clearly notes that for those who are more experienced or wish a more intense workout, go straight to the 4th part of the DVD.

There is a book by Louise Solomon with a quick summary of all the exercise poses in the appendix. This book "Yogalates: the Breakthrough Workout..." is available elsewhere (not on for some reason).

I find the fuss over the "Yogalates" and "Yogilates" terms to be unfortunate. Both the American who claims a TM on the latter name and this Australian have put together fine Yoga + Pilates work. Hope they collaborate and extend the message of combining Yoga + Pilates more broadly rather than keeping each other out of their respective country markets (Solomon's is in UK and Australia, American's is in US).

A prior review noted how slowww the sequences are, well that is the nature of Yoga, slow and steady with concentration rather than bouncing quick pace. Yoga practitioners consider that a positive feature, as I expect would Pilates practitioners. Sorry that doesn't meet the expectations of many looking for quick and intense workouts.

Namaste de Mark

Studio: Platinum Disc Corp
Louise Solomon

DVD title: Wit
Productgroup: DVD
Wit - movie DVD cover picture

Emma Thompson has established herself as one of the great actresses of this or any generation thanks to her superlative work in Howards End, Remains of the Day, Sense and Sensibility, In the Name of the Father, to name my personal favorites. I wasn't prepared for the powerhouse work on WIT. But WOW--that's the kind of acting that only a handful of actresses have accomplished. It's heartfelt, without being pitiful. It's funny, without being cynical. It's tragic, without being sentimental or melodramatic. In a word: PERFECTION. WIT is the story of an intellecual snob who is dying of cancer and comes to the realization that all her intellect and snobbery means nothing, ultimately. The film takes place in a hospital where Thompson's character, a university professor who specializes in the poems of John Donne, is undergoing an experimental type of chemotherapy that's literally eating her inside out. It's not an easy movie to watch, but in the end you feel transformed emotionally. The scene in which her own university professor reads her a children's book is heartwrenching. I loved this film. It gave me a new perspective on cancer, the suffering patients go through, some of the callousness that sometimes occurs in a hospital setting, and, most significantly to me personally, broadened my understanding of and gave me a new respect for the human spirit, that spirit which transcends pain and fear of the unknown. Thank you Ms. Thompson for this beautiful work of art.

Studio: Hbo Studios
Director: Mike Nichols
Emma Thompson

DVD title: It
Productgroup: DVD
It - movie DVD cover picture
Oh, you kid!

The uncredited Josef von Sternberg is presumed to be responsible for one of the sexiest and most haunting images in movie history: Clara Bow lounging while her once and future lover tries to summon the will-power to reject her. As if anybody could.

Studio: Kino Video

DVD title: Deliverance
Productgroup: DVD
Deliverance - movie DVD cover picture
A river of emotions...

Even people who haven't seen "Deliverance" are at least familiar with several aspects of the film...banjos, backwoods, hillbillies and wild river rapids are usually the first images people conjure up. But there is so much more to this exquisite thriller.
The story and premise are simple and well-known. Four "city boys" head to deep Appalachia to do battle with a river that will soon be dammed over. The untamed wilderness these average Atlanta businessmen plunge themselves into is everything they hoped for...and everything they feared. The four men, played with intense reality and emotion by Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, John Voight and Ronnie Cox, portray dramatically different characters. The vital question, to be answered by these men over the course of the story, is who has the combination of inner and outer strength to survive their little 3-day excursion?
The trip that unfolds is unforgettable. Man is reduced to his primal level, with survival becoming his only focus. Every side of human emotion and expression is captured in this 48-hour journey, which wouldn't have been possible without the extraordinary physical and mental effort on the part of the actors, director and film crew.
In this highly visual film, emotions and physical acting speak louder than any words. A taut, dramatic thriller, "Deliverance" merits several viewings. Watch it again and again (as I did) and you'll recognize the beauty and brilliance in a film where morning bird song blends seamlessly with man's mortal cry.
Life and death fight for a balance in this John Boorman masterpiece.

Studio: Warner Studios
Director: John Boorman
Jon Voight
Burt Reynolds
Ned Beatty

DVD title: Shadow of a Doubt
Productgroup: DVD
Shadow of a Doubt - movie DVD cover picture
Hitchcock at his best

Alfred Hitchcock has made a load of fantastic films. The Birds, Psycho, Frenzy, and more. But this one took you in under your wing, and then kicked you out in the cold. I give it 5 stars because of it's great content and just because... I love ANY Hitchcock film!

Studio: Universal Studios
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Teresa Wright
Joseph Cotten

DVD title: Ghost Dog - The Way of the Samurai
Productgroup: DVD
Ghost Dog - The Way of the Samurai - movie DVD cover picture
GHOST DOG - Tight Movie!!!

Ghost Dog surprised the hell outta me! If you like gangsta movies, karate movies, hip-hop movies, or just a good movie, this is it! Forest Whitaker does a great job playing the lead role, and the recognizable Rza has some phat beats that compliment this movie perfectly. It's a serious movie, with some funny parts, like old italian gangtas talkin' bout rap music. Give it a chance cuz i did, and I don't like many movies! Peace...
One love, Sacrificez

Studio: Republic Studios
Director: Jim Jarmusch
Forest Whitaker
Henry Silva

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