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November 2013

Articles From Chaz Lipp in November
Saturday Nov 30, 2013 05:00 PM ET
Limited to 3,000 copies, this tale of wishy-washy romance is boosted by a likable turn by Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand's unforgettable rendition of the famous title tune.
Sunday Nov 24, 2013 05:00 PM ET
One of the all-time classic Christmas albums gets a makeover with this special packaging.
Sunday Nov 24, 2013 15:00 PM ET
Developing this three-disc reissue was one of the final projects of Lou Reed's life. On December 10, VU fans can hear what he and John Cale cooked up.
Sunday Nov 24, 2013 15:00 AM ET
An exhilarating yet dry-eyed account of the rise of the band, from the birth of each member to the recording of their first singles in 1962. The first volume in a trilogy.
Thursday Nov 21, 2013 20:00 PM ET
This 1968 musical Charles Dickens adaptation won six Oscars, including Best Picture, and has now debuted on Blu-ray in an edition limited to 3,000 copies.
Tuesday Nov 19, 2013 20:00 AM ET
From the return of Wesley Crusher and an appearance by Spock, to guest-starring roles by Michelle Forbes and Ashley Judd, season five is outstanding.
Monday Nov 18, 2013 25:00 PM ET
Eighty-two years have not dulled the emotional impact of Charlie Chaplin's masterpiece, now restored and available in high definition.
Sunday Nov 17, 2013 55:00 AM ET
Give Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg credit for investing genuine effort in this ultimately uneven genre mash-up, it's just too bad there aren't more laughs.
Friday Nov 15, 2013 50:00 AM ET
More performances and interviews from the BBC vaults, this volume is less revelatory than the original but still makes for a rewarding listen.
Friday Nov 15, 2013 35:00 AM ET
A Linda Lovelace biopic that only cuts skin-deep, it does feature a knockout supporting turn by Sharon Stone as Linda's mother.
Thursday Nov 14, 2013 55:00 PM ET
Several improvements, major and minor, make this 19-year-old compilation well worth picking up again. And if you're a Beatle fan who doesn't own the original, now's the time.
Thursday Nov 14, 2013 35:00 AM ET
The landmark season five two-parter starring Leonard Nimoy, edited together as one seamless piece. Exclusive special features make this one a must-have for fans.
Wednesday Nov 13, 2013 30:00 AM ET
No-frills, episodes-only collection offers all 156 episodes from five seasons of the classic series.
Tuesday Nov 12, 2013 25:00 PM ET
Shot entirely on Super 8mm film stock, this chiller finds a group of friends visited by an evil spirit they contacted through a Ouija board.
Sunday Nov 10, 2013 55:00 AM ET
The best thing about the Blu-ray is the "Journey of Discovery" feature, which offers near-constant picture-in-picture interviews, alternate footage, and commentary documenting the making of this new Superman film.
Saturday Nov 9, 2013 30:00 PM ET
This new site provides plenty of sneak peeks into the making of the worldwide hit, currently available via Fox Digital HD.
Friday Nov 8, 2013 55:00 PM ET
It's a holiday classic, but at 26 minutes it's a little on the short side for a standalone, full-price Blu-ray release.
Thursday Nov 7, 2013 30:00 PM ET
This 2002 Christmas special debuts on Blu-ray with a ho-hum high definition presentation. Young Pooh fans will still likely rejoice.
Thursday Nov 7, 2013 10:00 AM ET
It doesn't hit Blu-ray and DVD until November 19, but Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg fans can snag it on Digital HD now.
Wednesday Nov 6, 2013 45:00 PM ET
The tenor sax giant's Montreux Jazz Festival debut, with a set heavily based around his Captain Marvel album. Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, and Tony Williams fill out the quartet.
Wednesday Nov 6, 2013 00:00 PM ET
This version's added 12 minutes don't make the movie any better or worse, but the nine-plus hours of new supplements make it indispensable for fans of Peter Jackson's epic series.
Wednesday Nov 6, 2013 05:00 AM ET
Produced by Ridley Scott, this feature-length documentary lovefest offers ample evidence of the fanatical devotion of Bruce Springsteen fans.
Tuesday Nov 5, 2013 45:00 PM ET
Looking as good as ever, but with the added razzle-dazzle of a third dimension, this collector's edition should please Pixar buffs.
Friday Nov 1, 2013 40:00 AM ET
Lou Reed is rightly being remembered for his work with The Velvet Underground and his early solo records, but his later releases deserve just as much attention.

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