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A Tale of Two Cities (1935) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

A Tale of Two Cities had its fifth feature film adaption in 1935. This film was to be David O. Selznick’s ticket into master level productions and it paid off. The box office receipts for this f...

8.2 Great
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On Moonlight Bay (1951) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

On Moonlight Bay is another film about a teenage girl falling in love with an eccentric. Since this movie arrived in the 1950s and was based on a successful contemporary novel, things could’ve b...

8.3 Great
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Absolute Must-watch Blu-rays of February/March 2021 [Lightning fast review]

Due to the need to get everything ready fast and less wordy before Oscar coverage starts, we’re gathering a bevy of must-watch Blu-rays for you to check out before time marches forward. If you&#...

9 Amazing
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San Francisco (1936) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

San Francisco is a movie that was dated by the time World War II broke out. It’s most famous for its signature tune becoming one of the city’s anthems. Now, for the 95% of the country that...

8.7 Great
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Baby Doll (1956) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Baby Doll is the Kazan movie that almost makes you forget he ratted out his contemporaries to the fascist HUAC. Oh wait, that was A Face in the Crowd. Baby Doll was the movie that got The Catholic Leg...

8.9 Great
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Room for One More (1952) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Room for One More is a 1952 family drama that no one remembered until Warner Archive rescued it. At this point, I’m fully expecting the oldest person on Facebook or Twitter to chime in with an A...

8.7 Great
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Rick and Morty: The Complete Seasons 1-4 [Blu-ray review]

Rick and Morty is getting its first four seasons brought to Blu-ray in one handy package. While a lot of this has already been covered at AndersonVision, I wanted to take the time to inform you that t...

9.2 Amazing
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Good News (1947) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Good News was 1920s nostalgia for a post World War II America. It’s a funny thing to look at the movies that were hitting theaters in the immediate aftermath of the War. You either got sweet but...

8.2 Great
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After The Thin Man (1936) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

After the Thin Man is a reminder that your partner’s family members are just going to suck for awhile. This second Thin Man adventure finds Nick and Nora making their way to visit Nora’s f...

8.4 Great

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