Chris Hicks
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The beloved musical “Kismet” has received a Blu-ray upgrade, leading a bevy of vintage movies on home video this week.
“Sugarfoot’s” third season leads TV shows on DVD this week, which include "Anna Karenina" and "Lovejoy."
The PG-rated film “The Lunchbox,” a foreign-language film from India, is a light romantic comedy of the sort that Hollywood churned out with regularity during the 1930s and ’40s, and is easily...
You can’t have too many anniversaries, according to Hollywood, as demonstrated by reissues of film favorites and notable events of yesteryear.
Bill Cosby was a stand-up comedy star when he was handpicked for “I Spy,” making him the first black man to play a leading role in a television series. The show was released this week on DVD.
A wide range of genres and themes are represented in movies released this week on DVD and Blu-ray.
Summer movies are arriving so early these days that spring hardly has time to bloom before the screens are filled with blockbusters.
“It Started in Naples,” starring Clark Gable and Sophia Loren, leads these new-to-DVD oldies, including a World War II drama, a Western and a collection of martial arts flicks.
The third season of fan-favorite “Dr. Kildare” is on DVD this week, along with Sinbad’s latest comedy concert.
This year’s biggest box-office hit (so far), “The Lego Movie,” is on Blu-ray and DVD this week, along with a variety of other new movies.