Chris Hicks
Chris Hicks writes a weekly entertainment column for the Deseret News. He is the paper's former film critic. Email: hicks@desnews.com

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The PBS TV special that captured Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones in their Broadway revival of “Driving Miss Daisy” is on DVD this week.
Jean-Jacques Annaud’s 1989 classic “The Bear,” starring Utah-grown Bart the Bear, earns a Blu-ray upgrade this week.
Nancy Meyers’ new comedy “The Intern” is an adult comedy that doesn’t luxuriate in raunchiness.
A pair of 1970s TV specials starring Don Rickles make their DVD debut this week, along with the second season of Rickles’ sitcom “CPO Sharkey.”
There have been a lot of movies in the history of cinema that have had the audacity to depict what heaven might be like, and some are quite entertaining. But they’re more fanciful fantasies than biblical.
Three popular family films adapted from equally popular books receive Blu-ray upgrades this week.
Episodes from the first five years of “The Carol Burnett Show,” which have not been seen for more than 40 years, are on DVD this week.
The locally made “Cokeville Miracle” is on Blu-ray and DVD this week, along with “Cinderella,” “Love & Mercy, “The Age of Adeline” and “Furious 7.”
The Laurel & Hardy short “The Battle of the Century,” which has been on the short list of most sought-after “lost” films, has been found with its classic pie fight intact.
The fifth season of the family cop show “Blue Bloods” arrives on DVD this week, along with a collection of episodes from the long-running musical-comedy show “Hee Haw.”