DOLLS [BLU-RAY]: (1987) "While not particularly original, Dolls offers an entertaining piece of work. Its giddy twist on fairy tales and horror turns it into a lively, brisk tale." Starring Ian Patrick Williams, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon. Shout! Factory, $29.93, 11/11/2014.
WEDDING SINGER, THE [BLU-RAY]: (1998) "A highly entertaining romantic comedy, The Wedding Singer overcomes its predictable story. Charming lead performances help make this happen and turn it into a sweet and endearing film." Starring Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore. New Line, $14.98, 1/25/2011.
DELIVER US FROM EVIL [BLU-RAY]: (2014) "Given the mediocre quality of modern horror, I didn’t expect greatness from Deliver Us From Evil - and I didn’t find greatness. That said, the movie brings us a pretty good take on the exorcism genre and does more right than wrong." Starring Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez. Sony, $40.99, 10/28/2014.
ZODIAC: DIRECTOR'S CUT [BLU-RAY]: (2007) "After five years away from the big screen, David Fincher returned in a big way with the excellent Zodiac. A dynamic and intriguing glimpse of a notorious serial killer, the movie provides more satisfying than expected as it creates a truly memorable piece." Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo. Warner, $9.98, 1/1/2013.
30 ROCK: SEASON 7 (1994) "With Season Seven, 30 Rock comes to an end, and it does so in a mostly satisfying manner. Sure, the shows got a bit sappy toward the end – a tone that doesn’t suit the series – but matters remain entertaining and funny the majority of the time." Starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin. Universal, $39.98, 6/7/2013.
OFFICE SPACE [BLU-RAY]: (1999) "Inconsistent but mostly entertaining, Office Space works best when it doesn’t bother to emphasize plot. It provides a funny and incisive look at the workplace and succeeds in its low-key way." Starring Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston. Fox, $16.99, 2/3/2009.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA: EXTENDED DIRECTOR'S CUT [BLU-RAY]: (1984) "Not much appreciated in its day, Once Upon a Time In America has garnered much higher status in the years since then. Personally, I think the movie has its moments and seems generally interesting, but it falls far short of honest greatness." Starring Robert De Niro, James Woods. Warner, $34.98, 9/30/2014.
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