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    Discworld: Isabelle Huppert Drinks Too Much Soju, the Happy Jazzman, Single-Room Ensembles and a Neglected Cannes Winner

    Unless you're jonesing for the new seasons of Kelsey Grammar's "Boss" and BBC's "Merlin," or the stand-up comedy of Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, it's undeniably a weak week for home-video headliners. Bill Murray's FDR impression is more sit-down (and hold the comedy) in the middlebrow, miscalculated c...

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    Discworld: Daddy Was a Nazi, Red-Light District Grannies, Argentine Hero Priests and Christopher Doyle Shoots 3D

    According to Amazon.com, the most popular DVD and Blu-ray coming out today is "The Bible: The Epic Miniseries," meaning religion will always be good for business, or maybe rubberneckers are too curious about Glenn Beck's goofy claim that the character of Satan in Roma Downey's History Channel hit lo...

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    Discworld: Swedish Underworld Thrills, Lovecraftian Horror and a Double Dose of Coney Island Nostalgia

    Spielberg disciples can order up this week's "Lincoln" like it were a combo meal. There's a small, DVD-only package, or your can up-size for the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack, even a mega four-disc combo edition with a gold border and enough superfluous material to bore a history teacher. At least Dreamwor...

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    Discworld: A Dutch Girl's 'Shame,' The Talented Mr. Romain Duris, and the Return of Malick's Outlaw Lovers

    After three epic-length, extended-cut, double and triple multi-disc dippings of Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, is this week's release of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" really any less expected than another Hollywood sequel, remake or reboot? Furthermore, save yourself 160 minutes ...

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    Discworld: Fritz Lang Gets Paranoid, Sleazy Sexploitation, Fast and Furious Koreans, and Buñuel on Blu

    With apologies, this week's column was delayed due to the whirling, queso-and-beer-and-movies dervish called the SXSW Film Festival. In fact, tonight in Austin there will be a special screening of Dave Grohl's rock-doc crowd pleaser "Sound City," which dropped on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Grohl and...

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    Discworld: Rock-N-Roll Flameouts, Hostage Meta-Dramas, Killer Theme Parks and Buster Keaton

    Up on the DVD and Blu-ray shelves this week, unplug the "Wreck-It Ralph" arcade noise (and, for the love of all that is holy, put down your guns and step away from that insipid "Red Dawn" remake) as there are some better choices to be made for cineastes of all tastes.

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    Discworld: Naked Spaniards, Early Cinema Verite and the Cheerier 'Amour'

    Whenever I tell people that my wife and I acquired Video Free Brooklyn last summer, still colloquially called a "video store" since it first opened in 2002, I frequently get this absurd question: "So, it's all VHS tapes?" No, I always say, we've gone the other direction, stocking only DVDs and Blu-r...

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