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Tue 10.4.18
Animal Crackers (Umbrella) (1930)
Ray N

Cover Art Animal Crackers, released in 1930, is the second of five films The Marx Brothers made for Paramount. Animal Crackers is long and gets bogged down in places but it does include some delicious dialogue and funny gags. The film is included in the 3 DVD The Marx Brothers Collection from Umbrella which has their first five feature films. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Mon 9.4.18
Baby Driver (Blu-ray) (2017)
Ray N

With its killer soundtrack, stunning vehicle action scenes, good cast and dark glasses, Baby Driver, from writer / director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead), is exuberant, good fun and so cool you can freeze your beer cans with it. Prepare to be entertained. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

Fri 6.4.18
Justice League (3D Blu-ray) (2017)
CallumK

In addition to a standard Blu-ray and a 4K release, Roadshow have chosen to release Justice League in 3D for those who are still interested in such discs. Unfortunately, the 3D presentation is noticeably underwhelming, though it still has its moments. The downgraded audio is also disappointing, while the extras leave something more to be desired. This is a try before you buy situation. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Thu 5.4.18
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (3D Blu-ray) (2017)
CallumK

3D fans can rejoice, for The Last Jedi has received an excellent 3D Blu-ray release. The 3D presentation is top-notch, with a state-of-the-art conversion and superlative encoding making this one a keeper. Although the audio falls short of perfection, it's still pleasing for the most part, while the special features are comprehensive. Highly recommended. . Sponsored by Atlantic DVD.

Wed 4.4.18
The Cocoanuts (1929)
Ray N

The Cocoanuts, released in 1929, is The Marx Brothers first film. The Cocoanuts is manic and funny in places but the many musical interludes stop the film dead and it is perhaps best treated as a trial run for their better films to come. The Cocoanuts is included in the 3 DVD The Marx Brothers Collection from Umbrella with their first five feature films. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

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