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Unreal: Season 1 Interested in the latest TV on DVD reviews? DVD Talk has you covered! This week's notable entries include: Unreal: Season 1 - thanks to insightful and smart writing, all around terrific performances, and an unflinching look at the disgusting world of reality television, this show is a true find for anyone looking for good drama; Downton Abbey - Season 6 - the quality doesn't drop in this final year of the popular show... the writing was always excellent and the production quality was remarkable throughout; and Show Me a Hero - HBO allowed David Simon and William F. Zorzi (The Wire) to craft story about a caustic battle over public housing n the result is truly phenomenal miniseries. Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

Bridge of Spies There are some new titles coming out that might make it worth a trip to the video store this week. Check out these recent releases: Bridge of Spies [review] - Steven Spielberg's period picture about a fresh real-life Cold War intrigue from the early '60s stars a charming Tom Hanks and is always interesting; and Extraordinary Tales [review] - This animated feature adapting five classic stories by Edgar Allan Poe features some notable cast and crew including Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Guillermo del Toro, and Roger COrman; and The Southerner [review] - this touching family drama from Jean Renoir's American period is a forgotten gem, beautifully restored and nicely supplemented. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Inside Llewyn Davis: Criterion Collection Check out the latest reviews that have been entered into the DVD Talk Review Database including: Inside Llewyn Davis: Criterion Collection - Joel and Ethan Coen's film marks another fine effort from the beloved writing and directing duo: loaded with great performances, terrific dialogue, and a compelling story about a "failed" musician's life in a crowded world; I Confess - an expertly directed picture from Alfred Hitchcock that dutifully exploits its Quebec locations with some remarkably atmospheric black and white cinematography while simultaneously getting some great performances out of its cast; and The Last Detail - an essential film from the New Hollywood of the 1970s offers Jack Nicholson in one of his signature roles, ably abetted by a reluctant Otis Young and a sweetly goofy Randy Quaid. Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Hail, Caesar! Check out DVD Talk's latest reviews of movies that are in theatrical release. This week's crop includes: Hail, Caesar! - The Coen Brothers latest film is the best thing you're likely to see in the theatres for months, guaranteeing a good if very unusual time; Room - a magnificent film that understands how to genuinely inspire through its diverse reflections on resilience; and The Forest - a mixture of supernatural enigmas and psychological confusion with the melancholy subject matter involving Japan's historically significant "suicide forest." Other recent films include: The Revenant, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Anomalisa, In the Heart of the Sea, The Good Dinosaur, Creed, and Steve Jobs. Check out these, and more, in DVDTalk's Theatrical Review section.

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs: Signature Edition There are some new titles coming out that might make it worth a trip to the video store this week. Check out these recent releases: Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs: Signature Edition [review] - a milestone in American animation and holds up very well more than 75 years after its original release... featuring jaw-dropping visuals, memorable songs, and a story that favors little details and interactions over non-stop action, it's still great entertainment for fans of all ages; and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka [review] - a delightful spoof of blaxploitation films delivering plenty of laughs with the help of a talented cast of legendary action stars and up-and-coming comedians; and Highway to Hell [review] - Ate de Jong's 1991 genre mash-up is certainly an odd duck of a movie, but it's also a whole lot of screwy fun. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Of Mice And Men Our reviewers have been busy this week, filling the DVD Talk Review Database more great entries. Some new reviews of note include: Of Mice and Men - Gary Sinise's version of the John Steinbeck novel is an efficient, thoughtful adaptation of classic source material, made all the better by strong performances, great music, and very little dead weight; The Southerner - this touching family drama from Jean Renoir's American period is a forgotten gem, beautifully restored and nicely supplemented; and The American Friend: Criterion Collection - memorable performances from Bruno Ganz and Dennis Hopper highlight this excellent adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's Ripley's Game by Patricia Highsmith by director Wim Wenders. Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Broad City: Season 2 More TV shows have made their way on to DVD and Blu-ray, and DVD Talk has got them covered. Check out our reviews of the newest TV releases including: Broad City: Season 2 - this second season feels more assured, allowing the world of the show to get a little more realistic, even as the gags get more ambitious and sillier; and The Wonder Years: Season 4 - this is as strong as any season that the series has to offer... the cast and crew do great work, the writing is top notch and the series is as hilarious as it is often genuinely touching. Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.


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