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Review: Believing in one’s self is key in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a legend’s quest for enlightenment; a genre-blending action movie; a woman’s incredible story; an anniversary of mammoth proportions; a noteworthy comedy series; and a couple of unconventional thrillers.

Review: They’re facing death head-on in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an ensemble comedy; an exceptionally sharp drama; an animated underdog story; and a movie outside of J.Law’s comfort zone.

Review: Women take the lead in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include some steelbook goodness; a moving love story; one of Marvel’s greatest films; and a rare linear horror trilogy.

Review: Everyone needs some saving in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the final chapter in a sex-fuelled trilogy; the first season of a cutting-edge series; the anniversary edition of an acclaimed war drama; and a game of rugby for god and country.

Review: This week’s releases challenge people’s comfort zones Special

This week’s releases include true war stories; a magical animated adventure; a mind-bending thriller; a horror movie with real-life connections; and a classic family drama.

Review: At the right place at the wrong time in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie surpassed by its soundtrack; an action thriller that makes the ride home more interesting; a true story of unintentional heroism; and an odd story of kindred spirits.

Review: This week’s releases reside in the periphery Special

This week’s releases include teens having difficulties coping; an up-and-coming serial killer; the latest season about all the tough calls off the field; an anniversary that may be foggy for some; and a new, energetic entry in the dance genre.

Review: This week’s releases are packed with founded suspicions Special

This week’s releases include a couple of timeless classics; an interesting look at the creative process; a comedy of parental errors; a poignant animated film; and an amusing collection of early black-and-white pictures.

Review: Maybe they’d have done things differently in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a horror parody; an unexpected series; a full account of a true story; a virus that literally tears families apart; and the second chapter in a science fiction trilogy.

Review: This week’s releases show planning for the future isn’t easy Special

This week’s releases include a beautiful piece of cinema; a pertinent TV series; an amusing reboot; the final chapter in a musical journey; a Japanese sensation; and an animated lesson in appearances and friendship.

Review: Moody Blues and Toronto World Festival Orchestra rock on live DVD Special

Toronto - On March 23, The Moody Blues will release their "Days of Future Passed Live" DVD on Eagle Rock Entertainment, which features their stunning live performance in Toronto.

Review: This week’s releases find the silver lining in loss Special

This week’s releases include one of last year’s best dramas; an impressively accurate biopic; an unconventional animated film; a step-up for the DC cinematic universe; and the next chapter in the LEGO ‘Star Wars’ saga.

Review: Our past is our future in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a stunning series on Earth’s largest resource; a deserving Oscar nominee; an incredibly entertaining Marvel picture; and the anniversary edition of an extraordinary movie.

Review: Some of the characters in this week’s releases broke the mould Special

This week’s releases include several Oscar nominees in anticipation of the weekend’s awards ceremony; an animated film that dares to be very different; a crime thriller that asks too much; and archival documentaries that still hold relevance.

Review: This week’s releases will stir audience’s emotions Special

This week’s releases include a comedy sequel that surprises with its quality; a summer adventure movie that is so much more; and several films that inspire because they’re true.

Review: The cursed seek salvation in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a TV not afraid to get down and dirty; a documentary highlighting a unique cultural experience; a feel-good drama that doesn’t try too hard; and a few re-releases that threaten to take all the attention.

Review: Mixed motives cause dilemmas in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a reimagined zombie classic; an adult cartoon that broke all the rules; a cop series dealing with real racial tensions; a time travel action thriller; and an assassin’s final job gets personal.

Review: A friend in need is a friend indeed in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the latest chapter in a man’s fight against darkness; a film very deserving of a high-def transfer; an unbelievable true story; a distinct portrayal of the emotional consequences of war; and extreme discipline run amok.

Review: Survival comes at a heavy cost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a fresh, new chapter in a seemingly dead franchise; another unique and gripping narrative from a talented director; an authentic depiction of post-war trauma; and an entertainingly genuine approach to the American dream.

Review: Bad decisions lead to worse outcomes in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the revival of sci-fi masterpiece; a new take on an endless day; an awkward situation of a man’s own making; a case of mistaken identity; and a twisted but amusing comedy.

Review: Revenge is a dish best served cold in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of grieving men seeking justice; a horror reboot with iconic monster; a large-scale fight against the wage gap; and a colourful movie about friendship.

Review: The wrong things for the right reasons in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an outrageous narrative based on a true story; the release of a film as it was always meant to be seen; a violent game behind bars; an entertaining tale of cops and robbers; and another of Marvel’s TV hits.

Review: Mario Frangoulis terrific on 'Sing Me An Angel' DVD Special

Athens - International tenor Mario Frangoulis released his "Sing Me An Angel" DVD, which was filmed in Greece, and it is an exceptional DVD.

Review: What one must isn’t always what one wants in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a gripping movie based on true events; a documentary that chooses to focus beyond the obvious; the penultimate season of a game-changing series; and a horror origin story that’s much better than expected.

Review: No easy solutions in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an action-packed sequel; a fantastical comedy grounded in reality; that latest chapter in small-town crime sprees; a revival that took more than two decades; and the story of how vampires tried to end humanity.

Review: Everyone breaks the rules in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a prequel to an enduring franchise; a reboot of a previously successful series; a long but satisfying movie; a documentary chronicling a bloody rise to fame; and that latest adventures of popular small yellow men.

Review: This week’s releases are fuelled by dedication Special

This week’s releases include a team-up between two celebrated actors; a compelling story about a woman awakened; a different take on a familiar fairy tale; a man determined to get revenge; and a still gripping thriller.

Review: Sting delights on 'Live At The Olympia, Paris' DVD and Blu-ray Special

On November 10, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Sting released his new DVD and Blu-ray entitled "Live At the Olympia, Paris."

Review: Protecting people isn’t just a job in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an amazing comedy team-up; a movie based on a book that is not an adaptation; a dark but thought-provoking TV series; a major departure for an actor; and a kickass action movie with a lot of twists.

Review: New on DVD for November 14 Special

This week’s releases include a woman vying for the title of top MI6 agent; a horror reboot that pays tribute to its predecessor; a lovely animated adaptation; and a murder mystery with a wretched conclusion.
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