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Blu-ray Releases In March

March 6, 2014


Spring is upon us and so are the Blu-ray releases fir March. There are multiple new titles hitting shelves, with something surely to please everyone.

Per my usual custom, let’s take a look at the recent theatrical releases making their debut. These include the 2014 Best Picture Oscar® winner 12 Years a Slave (*** ½); The Book Thief (** ½); Inside Llewyn Davis (***); Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (** ½); American Hustle (***); Frozen (***) and The Wolf of Wall Street (*** ½). Other recent theatrical releases include the critically acclaimed foreign film The Past (***); the latest Hunger Games installment, Catching Fire (** ½); The Grandmaster (not screened); the 2013 remake of Oldboy (** ½) and the Vince Vaughn stinker Delivery Man (* ½).

Universal will be combing through their vaults during the month of March. Some of the offerings from their catalog include, Somewhere in Time (***); Fried Green Tomatoes (***); the Coen Brothers’ entry, Intolerable Cruelty (** ½); A Simple Wish (not screened); the Steven Spielberg-produced An American Tail (** ½) and the 1992 Ron Howard film Far and Away (** ½).

Intolerable Cruelty: Clooney at his goofball best

Criterion will be issuing several new titles in March with the attendant bells and whistles for which their product is known. These include David Gordon Green’s debut film George Washington (***) and the Ingmar Bergman classic Persona (***). Other noteworthy special editions being released, courtesy of Shout Factory, include Slumber Party Massacre (** ½) and the 1968 cult film Wonderwall (not screened).

Warners will also be busy during the month with stand-alone releases of East of Eden, Giant and Rebel Without a Cause (previously only available in a boxed set). Other offerings from Warners include the 1988 version of Hairspray (***); Boiler Room (***); the John Wayne classics Hatari and El Dorado (not screened); and a double feature of Airplane (*** ½) and Airplane 2 (** ½).

Other noteworthy releases during this month, in no particular order, include the 1978 horror opus Patrick (** ½); Samson and Delilah (not screened); the excellent 1968 drama, The Swimmer (*** ½); the classic Scorsese film The King of Comedy (*** ½); The Agony and the Ecstasy (not screened); the 1923 version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame (***); Gunfight at the OK Corral (not screened); the 1979 version of The Black Stallion (***); the 1986 kid flick The Chipmunk Adventure (not screened); The Jungle Book 2 (not screened) and the 1981 revenge film Ms. 45 (***).

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