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Jaws (45th Anniversary Limited Edition) (4K Ultra HD) (Blu-ray)
by William Harrison

THE FILM:

There is little I can say about the first summer blockbuster, Jaws, that you do not already know. Newly released on 4K Ultra HD, this seminal thriller from Director Steven Spielberg continues to thrill 45 years after its initial release in June 1975. The film forever changed Hollywood, and studios from that summer forward began making high-concept, easily marketable thrillers and action pictures with mass appeal. This movie also blew the training wheels off of Spielberg's film career, which had up to that point included made-for-TV thriller Duel and The Sugarland Express with Goldie Hawn. Spielberg became a household name, and John Williams' memorable score will forever be chanted on beaches and at pool parties. It is bitters...Read the entire review »

 

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Eye See You (D-Tox/Detox) (Blu-ray)
by William Harrison

THE FILM:

Back when I was more knowledgeable about such things, I remember hearing the buzz about the Sylvester Stallone thriller Eye See You, then called D-Tox or Detox, that tanked during test screenings, was partially reshot, and then shelved for several years before being dumped into theaters in 2002. The Jim Gillespie-directed film tanked at the box office, recouping just $6 million on a $55-million budget. Based on a novel by Clinton Howard Swindle, who wrote the screenplay, Eye See You concerns an alcoholic FBI agent who travels to a remote rehab facility after a serial killer targets his fianc e. The cast is relatively impressive, and also includes Tom Berenger, Sean Patrick Flanery, Robert Patrick and Kris Kristofferson. The story, however, is not. The same killer appears to target visitors at the rehab, which caters exclusively to law en...Read the entire review »


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