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The Good Place: Season Two Some great TV shows have made their way onto home video recently including: The Good Place: Season Two - the funniest show about philosophy and ethics on TV… after a slow go to start, the series corrected course and turned in another great season with the previous favorites still shining and some new additions bringing their A-game to the show; Black Lightning: The Complete First Season - not just another superhero series… this is a thoughtful, inspired project from people passionate about a different type of superhero, a different type of community, and a different sort of perspective; and The Jericho Mile - an outstanding made-for-TV film, Michael Mann's debut is a social drama first and a "sports movie" second, shot on location in Folsom Prison among its guards and inmates. Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

Sex, Lies, And Videotape: Criterion Collection Another banner week for home video with the studios releasing some great films and boxed sets such as: Sex, Lies, And Videotape: Criterion Collection - Steven Soderbergh's debut film is a landmark of independent cinema and makes the absolute most of its limited budget; The Case of the Scorpion's Tail - stylish, suspenseful, and hellbent on subverting its audience's expectations, this movie is a worthy addition to Arrow Video's expansive giallo library; and Doom Asylum - a film that doesn't take itself very seriously, but instead emphasizes laughs as much as it does its horror movie elements. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol (4K UHD) This week the DVD Talk Review Database has some great new entries, including a few discs you may have overlooked. Recent reviews include: Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol (4K UHD) - with a high-stakes adventure for Ethan Hunt and his team and breakneck direction by Brad Bird, the movie takes its place as one of the best-executed films in this series; The Curse of the Cat People - a one of a kind movie, perhaps the great anomaly of ‘40s horror cinema… the gorgeous transfer alone justifies the cost of the disc; and Next Stop, Greenwich Village - the best film in Paul Mazursky's underrated oeuvre… the pairing of a sharp script and a knockout cast of rising stars makes this one irresistible. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Under Capricorn There are a few new releases that you won't want to miss. Check out these hot titles: Under Capricorn - Alfred Hitchcock's 1949 historical drama was considered a failure by the director himself but the movie is not without interest and plays somewhat better if the viewer goes into it not expecting a typical Hitchcock thriller; Beirut - John Hamm stars as a handsome white guy must deal with trouble in a foreign hot spot and a traumatic past event; and The Addiction - this 1995 indie vampire flick is well-acted, strikingly photographed, and cleverly executed but hobbled by pretentiousness. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Mission: Impossible (4K UHD) Some great DVD and Blu-ray reviews have been added to the the DVD Talk Review Database recently including: Mission: Impossible (4K UHD) - Director Brian De Palma's movie lacks the breakneck pacing and big action sequences of later movies in this series, but some strong performances and a solid screenplay mean this movie hasn't dated as much as one might think; Time to Die - the debut feature of Mexican iconoclast director Arturo Ripstein, this film has the economical plotting of a pulp B movie, but it boasts a richness of character and an unpretentious visual elegance that makes it stand out from the pack; and The Fencer - an underdog sports film that is a well-made, substantive, and engrossing drama hinged on its melancholy historical texture and gorgeous depiction of the sport itself Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Ant-Man and the Wasp It'd be a good week to go to the movies. Here are DVD Talk's recent theatrical reviews: Ant-Man and the Wasp - Paul Rudd is charismatic, Michael Peña was back with his phenomenal character, the CGI was cool and the action flows nicely in this humorous sequel; and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - a special dose of dumbness that plagued this film from start to finish... bad choices all thrown together into a summer sci-fi flick. Check out these, and more, in DVDTalk's Theatrical Review section.

George Carlin Commemorative Collection Some great TV shows have made their way onto home video recently including: Avatar - The Last Airbender: The Complete Series - a lively, colorful, whimsical, and engaging show… this BR release is an SD upconversion, it's still the best version of the show you can get on home video; Gunsmoke: The Thirteenth Season - another terrific round of great Western drama, this thirteenth season provides many hours of quality entertainment and is worth the price; and Nickelodeon Favorites: The Great Summer Campout! - lukewarm summer entertainment with little more than a flimsy outdoor backdrop pasted on each show's standard formula . Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.


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