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Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Take Me Out To The Ball Game is a fascinating film when you look at Gene Kelly’s career. While credited to Busby Berkeley, most of the film was directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen. Years la...

7.8 Good
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It Happened at the World’s Fair (1963) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

It Happened at the World’s Fair is proof that Elvis never made a logic driven movie. In this outing, Elvis and Dr. Frank Poole borrow a crop dusting plane to get to the World’s Fair. When ...

7.9 Good
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Objective Burma (1945) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Objective Burma is one of several films made about Merrill’s Marauders. For some reason that outfit caught everyone’s attention in Hollywood. But, this was one of the films where Hollywood...

8.1 Great
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In The Good Old Summertime (1949) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

In The Good Old Summertime finds Judy Garland having to work her magic to land a job. After she cons an old lady into buying an expensive harp for over cost, she lands the job. Unfortunately, the musi...

8 Great
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I Wouldn’t Be In Your Shoes! (1948) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

I Wouldn’t Be In Your Shoes is a very short movie about a wife helping her husband with a bum murder rap. The film is more famous for being the start of Oscar winning producer Walter MirischR...

7.8 Good
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Ziegfeld Follies (1946) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Ziegfeld Follies is an MGM highlight reel shot over two years. Minnelli, Sidney and other major MGM directors shot short comedy and musical moments over several months. Stitched together, it became a ...

8.1 Great
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Madame Curie (1943) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Madame Curie plays like the worst episode of The Big Bang Theory. Taking its cues from the Curies’ real story, we get to see how they met each other in Paris and fell in love. It’s a comic...

7.8 Good
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Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) [Blu-ray review]

Last Train from Gun Hill is an odd Western to watch. Mainly because it’s an unrelenting revenge tale that refuses to try and humanize anything. Kirk Douglas’s wife is raped and murdered by...

7.8 Good
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Step by Step (1946) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Step by Step is a short, confusing movie that feels like a Simpsons style mockery of a 1940s film. Lawrence Tierney 45 years before Reservoir Dogs plays a young man returning home from war. He goes sw...

7.9 Good

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