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Wednesday, August 31, 2016
'Nice Guys,' plus Sixties groundbreakers
Superb Criterion editions of "A Taste of Honey" and "Woman in the Dunes" are loaded with extras.
Boxed: Dio, Chicago, Coltrane, Paco & John
Relive quadrophonic sound with a box set of nine Chicago albums.
Saving JFK, Angry Birds and TV superheroes
"The Angry Birds Movie" is colorful fun, while DC Comics rules The CW.
ELP reissues and modern electronica
Jean-Michel Jarre offers two intriguing albums of collaborations.
'Hologram' insubstantial, 'Tiger' visceral
Three faith-based films get the message right, but lack dramatic excitement.
Beck's latest proves age is just a number
Trio of fine releases celebrate Van Morrison's early career.
Comedy offerings bleak, but bleak 'Lobster' shines
Abrasive "The Bronze" is best of the rest, while "Mother's Day" is too manipulative.
Quirky films: Cage, Tesla and a cute kitty
Non-strip Las Vegas is highlighted in "The Trust," while Buffalo and Niagara Falls are center stage in "The American Side."
'Criminal' offers a different side of Costner
"The Boss" has funny moments, while "The Last Diamond" is a sophisticated heist film from France.
The DC Universe expands
TV series go from zombie morgue doctor to Italian detective.
Unexpected discs from Porcaro, ABC
Martin Fry returns to "The Lexicon of Love."
'Allegiant' splits results, Ford and Wayne made classics
Four John Wayne movies make Blu-ray debut, including two made with director John Ford.
Panda-monium in 'Kung Fu Panda 3'
Tina Fey plays news reported in "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot."
Moral dilemma posed in 'Eye in the Sky'
A child in peril is the theme of three movies this week.
Poet, troubadour Kristofferson
The box set includes 11 albums and five bonus discs, three of which are live.
'Eddie the Eagle' soars emotionally
New editions of the two "Jeepers Creepers" horor films are loaded with extras.
'London' falls, 'Other Side' opens and 'Gridlocked' surprises
Realism shines in Denmark's Academy Award nominee, "A War."
Live Dragons, Stones, Highwaymen
Johnny Lee, another country legend, issues a new CD.
'Zootopia' preys on laughs, imagination
Two classics starring Humphrey Bogart, one with Gloria Grahame and one with wife, Lauren Bacall.
The Monkees, Eric Clapton are here
I hear dead people on three of these albums.
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