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Blu-ray Review: Miracle on 34th Street – 70th Anniversary Edition

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Release Date: October 10, 2017

Region: Region Free

Length: 01:36:24

Video: 1080P (MPEG-4, AVC)

Main Audio: 5.1 English DTS-HD Master Audio (48 kHz, 3441 kbps, 24-bit) 1,304 more words

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Released in 1966 Wings, a story of a Russian female heroic fighter pilot long after she’s been able to fly sounded like an intriguing film. 179 more words

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A Message to Garcia (1936)

Following the Maine Incident in Havana Harbor in 1898, President McKinley is looking to get in contact with Calixto Garcia, the leader of Cuba’s revolt against Spain. 433 more words


Who needs Rosebud? We've Got Nazis!

When Orson Welles set out to direct The Stranger (1946), he did so under unfavorable conditions.  Saddled with a well-deserved reputation for being constitutionally unable to complete films on time or anywhere near the budget, he simply agreed to everything and got down to it. 343 more words

Filmapalooza 2017! - The Chain Reaction Film Club

I’ve been quiet on the film front lately but fear not, I’ve still been watching them it’s just that I’ve changed jobs and have to actually do a full day’s work now. 1,116 more words



It is a pleasure to present a classic film to a group of friends who take the responsibility of all arrangements for the viewing and documentation.. 405 more words


Les Misérables

As a big fan of Victor Hugo’s novel and the musical Les Misérables, I had to get the Criterion Collection version of Raymond Bernard’s epic film, 394 more words

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