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March 2014


Articles From Chaz Lipp in March
Sunday Mar 30, 2014 30:00 PM ET
Remade in 2005 by the Farrelly brothers as a Jimmy Fallon/Drew Barrymore vehicle, this is the Nick Hornby-scripted original.
Sunday Mar 30, 2014 15:00 AM ET
A remastered edition of Elvis' Grammy-winning 1974 homecoming show, with a Richmond show (taped 48 hours prior as a "test run") included on a second disc.
Saturday Mar 29, 2014 20:00 PM ET
A hit in 1974, this Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges buddy flick remains hugely entertaining. Michael Cimino's directorial debut.
Wednesday Mar 26, 2014 45:00 PM ET
Sickly sweet and criminally unfunny, this sperm donor comedy (a remake of a 2011 Canadian hit) was a deserved bomb.
Tuesday Mar 25, 2014 15:00 PM ET
Though it lasted only eight episodes, this 2009 series has amassed a considerable cult following and now makes its U.S. DVD debut.
Monday Mar 24, 2014 35:00 AM ET
Taking to the road for the first time in 42 years, the photographer/performer/songwriter will share stories and pictures from throughout his life. The UK tour begins March 29, with dates scheduled through June.
Thursday Mar 20, 2014 40:00 AM ET
Long before he led The A-Team, George Peppard earned his pilot's license and did some flying in this 1966 World War I epic about a man determined to earn the highest commendation.
Wednesday Mar 19, 2014 15:00 PM ET
Young star Sophie Nelisse carries this gentle tale of life in Nazi Germany as Liesel, a girl who discovers the joys of literacy and embraces the written word as a form of escape and enlightenment.
Tuesday Mar 18, 2014 10:00 PM ET
Nominated for five Academy Awards, this 1965 epic tells the story of Michelangelo's four-year struggle to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Sunday Mar 16, 2014 35:00 PM ET
Often misremembered as a direct-to-video title, the further adventures of Mowgli and Baloo (which play out a lot like the original 1967 adventure, to be honest) received a wide theatrical release in 2003.
Sunday Mar 16, 2014 10:00 PM ET
This 2004 direct-to-video feature serves up an Easter-fied version of Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Rabbit and Roo take center stage.
Sunday Mar 16, 2014 10:00 AM ET
What it lacks in narrative focus, it makes up for in terms of realistically drawn characters. The primary cast, led by Christian Bale, is in fine form.
Saturday Mar 15, 2014 30:00 PM ET
Five lucky winners will receive this exciting Aussie thriller on Blu-ray, courtesy of Cohen Media Group. Enter by March 31.
Saturday Mar 15, 2014 50:00 PM ET
Part of the late-'80s Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera debuts on DVD as a ten-episode collection.
Friday Mar 14, 2014 40:00 PM ET
A billion dollars worth of box office worldwide can't be wrong, can it? Disney's 53rd entry in the Animated Classics series is tuneful entertainment with eye-popping visuals and great voice acting.
Thursday Mar 13, 2014 45:00 AM ET
An 80-minute look at the making of The Who's classic rock opera, supplemented by a half-hour German TV broadcast from 1969.
Tuesday Mar 11, 2014 05:00 PM ET
An unflinching telling of the true story of a free man, Solomon Northup, who was kidnapped in 1841 and sold into slavery. Winner of the 2013 Academy Award for Best Picture.
Monday Mar 10, 2014 20:00 PM ET
This biopic of popular pianist Eddy Duchin was a smash hit in 1956 and received four Academy Award nominations. It makes its Blu-ray debut.
Friday Mar 7, 2014 35:00 PM ET
Highly derivative but effectively-paced, this sci-fi horror flick is atmospheric and boasts convincing visual effects.
Friday Mar 7, 2014 10:00 AM ET
The March 17 gala fundraiser will feature performances by many metal greats, plus preview the brand new Dio tribute album, This Is Your Life.
Wednesday Mar 5, 2014 20:00 AM ET
Woody Allen got a chance to flex his acting muscles in a movie he didn't write or direct in 1976 with this seriocomic look at the Hollywood blacklist directed by Martin Ritt.
Monday Mar 3, 2014 35:00 PM ET
Directed by Roman Polanski, this 1979 film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. Adapted from the 1891 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles.
Saturday Mar 1, 2014 50:00 PM ET
Given that the 1980s were such an artistically fertile period for Woody Allen, how is it that this misfire has wound up so acclaimed?

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