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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1941 [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1941 is so odd. But, Jekyll and Hyde always had some weird film adaptations. The way MGM approached the material in 1931 and again in 1941 was to make the lead into a good guy....

7.9 Good
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The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm is not that uncommon from the modern biopic. However, George Pal was a master of spectacle that was more interested in dragons and little people than getting ...

9.2 Amazing
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The Carey Treatment (1972) Warner Archive Blu-ray review

The Carey Treatment is peak James Coburn, while also serving as one of James Hong’s earliest dramatic roles. As we watch Mister Hong finally get his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, let’...

8.7 Great
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Song of the Thin Man (1947) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Song of the Thin Man puts a bow on The Thin Man series. But, what has come to play is an interesting look at a film series that exists outside of popular mainstream staples. Where the Marx Brothers, K...

8.1 Great
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The Three Musketeers (1948) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Three Musketeers is one of those classic stories that got adapted every few years into a film. For the last few decades, you’ve had the Disney version and Paul Anderson version. By Anderson,...

8.8 Great
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National Velvet (1944) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

National Velvet is one of the cheerier spots in World War II cinema history. But, what does that mean for a 2021 audience? As the War raged on, English speaking audiences in the West were demanding fr...

8.5 Great
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A Night at the Opera (1935) [Blu-ray review]

A Night at the Opera was the first Marx Brothers movie made for MGM. Honestly, I preferred their Paramount work and here’s why. Losing Zeppo didn’t hurt much, but it was the change in how ...

8.8 Great
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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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