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To celebrate 70 years of release, The Wizard of Oz is coming to a theater to you in HD. Put on your ruby slippers and see it for yourself on the big screen.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Kung Fu Panda

This weekend we have two special editions of the Blu-ray Patrol, one that features a Kung Fu-fighting Panda and another that features everyone’s favorite suave spy. We begin today with a look at Kung Fu Panda’s Blu-ray release…

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Blu-ray Review: The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is one of those movies — the kind that you should probably be buying on Blu-ray either way. Though, it would certainly be the laziest review of my career if I were to just chalk this up to ‘see it because its in HD’, so I will attempt to break it down a bit.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Indiana Jones 4

I did not count Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull among the BD releases that were sure to knock me off of my sofa. And it turns out, I was right and wrong, all at the same time.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

In the world of reviewing Blu-ray releases, I am a lover, not a fighter. And when it comes to Forgetting Sarah Marshall on Blu-ray, I’m loving it up big time.

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The Dark Knight Limited Edition Blu-ray

Today Warner Bros. finally announced some of the details around the December 9th Blu-ray release of the year’s highest grossing film, The Dark Knight.

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Blu-ray Patrol: Baby Mama and Leatherheads

When you dive head first into the world of Blu-ray, as I have, you come to realize very quickly that the extra dollar isn’t always worth it. And these two releases are here to prove that theory.

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There is a reason why they are calling this release the Ultimate 2-Disc Edition — it is pretty ultimate, indeed. I would also go as far as to give it another description, because it is perhaps the most definitive Blu-ray release of 2008.

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Now you will have to re-buy all your damn DVDs. Again.

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Netflix is going to start charging you more if you rent Blu-ray discs. Is that fair? HELL NO sayeth the Film School Rejects. You can raise my Blu-ray prices over my cold, dead HD-DVD player.

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If you were one of the un-lucky people to say “Nah, I’ll wait for DVD”, you know that you were dealt the misfortune of two DVD releases and no special treats.

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Coyote Ugly

Coyote Ugly is one of those movies that stuffy, pretentious film critics jump on – they are never short on ways to knock down the often shallow, but still entertaining works of Jerry Bruckheimer. Personally, I have always been someone who would rather be entertained – and sexy women dancing on a bar with a cliché love story and some cheesy dialogue is certainly entertaining, to say the least.

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Even though HD-DVD is dead, it appears that one title is still fighting the good fight…

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Ding dong, HD-DVD is dead. But who really lost? We think that maybe it’s the consumer…

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Johnny 5 is alive… in High Definition!

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We get more details on the Blu-ray release of Juno, including an orange Tic Tac flavored cover.

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One of the most disappointing Blu-ray releases since the inception of the format.

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The Enterprise and its crew finally make their way onto your fancy HDTV…

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Anchorman HD-DVD

Ron Burgundy takes over the world… In High Definition.

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Is it a foul offensive movie? No. Is it a good movie? Not really. Is it funny? Absolutely.

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