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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: October 19, 2010

PredatorsHere are some of the options available this week:

  • Agora: DVD
  • Apocalypse Now (Two-Disc Special Edition): Blu-ray
  • Apocalypse Now (Three-Disc Full Disclosure Edition): Blu-ray
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Ultimate Edition): DVD, Blu-ray
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Ultimate Edition): DVD, Blu-ray
  • Mirrors 2: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Moulin Rouge!: Blu-ray
  • Predators: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Psycho (50th Anniversary Edition): Blu-ray
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (35th Anniv. Edition): Blu-ray
  • Romeo + Juliet: Blu-ray

Make sure to also check out the TV-on-DVD options for this week.

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Moulin Rouge Tops Decade List

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Baz Luhrmann’s has been voted Best Film of the Decade in a poll conducted by LOVEFiLM.

The 2001 musical - which starred Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman - topped a survey of 150,000 movie fans, narrowly beating Batman epic and British zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead.

Two movies from the franchise - Fellowship of the Ring (#4) and Return of the King (#6) - also made the list.

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REVIEW:  ‘Across the Universe’

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When I first heard the words Julie Taymor, The Beatles and musical linked in the same sentence, I immediately etched the title Across the Universe into my brain.  Without even glimpsing a trailer, I knew I had to see the film.  I was raised on The Fab Four and was curious to see what Taymor, the award-winning director behind the stage production of The Lion King, would do with their library.  After months of waiting, I knew from the minute I heard Jim Sturgess’ haunting vocal on the opener (‘Girl’) that this would be a special event.

The movie centers around a dock worker from Liverpool, England (Jude) who travels to America in the early ‘60s to find the father he never met.  He quickly befriends a rich college dropout (Max) and later falls in love with his younger sister (Lucy).  All three eventually end up in New York where their lives become tied to the anti-war movement.

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