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5.0 out of 5 stars "...We're On A Mission From God...", 29 April 2012
This review is from: The Blues Brothers (1980) - Augmented Reality Edition [Blu-ray] [Region Free] (Blu-ray)
Part of Universal Studios "100th Anniversary" celebrations - there are 15 UK-released titles in this 23 April 2012 BLU RAY and DVD series - and "The Blues Brothers" is one of them - an "Augmented Reality" issue.

So what is "Augmented Reality"? It's a 3D mini-show that's built into the front sleeve of each release. You download the free "Universal 100 App" from their website to your Smartphone or Tablet (iPhone 3GS or above, iPad 2, Android and other high-end devices) - you open the download and hold your phone/tablet over the front sleeve. It wirelessly loads and then begins playing a 3D display that lasts about 20 seconds - in this case you're looking down on both the suited boys dancing on the cover. That's it I'm afraid. The "Jurassic Park" one has a Velocaraptor attacking a Tyrannosaurus Rex while the Rex lets out that distinctive roar. Pretty silly stuff and over as soon as its begun.

As you can imagine this is essentially a 'gimmick' primarily only available to iPhone users and the novelty wears off pretty quickly. Worse - some marketing bright spark has also stuck a lengthy "Lifetime Of Memories" Universal sticker right across the back of each release advertising holidays and prizes you can win - except that it completely covers that part of the back-cover which tells you what BONUSES on the disc. In other words you cannot visually tell what's actually on this release - even as you hold it in your hand! It's a simple mistake - but a staggeringly stupid one - and I'd argue sabotages sales of otherwise excellent titles. For instance this "Blues Brothers" issue has BOTH the Theatrical Release and the Extended Version - a superbly restored print and comprehensive extras - but the packaging doesn't tell you that because it's busy selling you competitions and 3D gimmick packaging that few will see let alone want.

Better however is the 'price' - this is the first time Universal has reissued BLU RAY retailing at less than ten pounds - these singular discs are eight quid in most places - the DVDs two for a tenner. The blue "100th Anniversary" packaging is generic to all 15 titles and the artwork on the disc under the card wrap reflects this also. So what do you get on this BLU RAY?

PRINT QUALITY:
Despite some grain and bad picture quality as the credits role - when you get to the following sequence where Jake is being paroled from Chicago's Joliet Prison - suddenly both the picture and sound kick in to extraordinary effect. It's really clean and pretty much stays that way for most of the movie. And while the print is beautifully restored in most places - I cannot emphasize enough how good the remastered soundtrack is. When the Henry Mancini "Peter Gunn" guitar riff comes at you as the boys go into the Plymouth Hotel by the overhead rail tracks - or when the Blues Brothers theme plays as they wreck the shopping mall in their 'cop car with cop shocks' - it's just brill - full of power and clarity.

EXTRAS:
The Extras for "The Blues Brothers" are the same as the Special Edition: "Stories Behind The Making Of The Blues Brothers" from 1998 runs to a pleasing star-filled 55-minutes and is broken down into 14 parts. Second up is a 14-minute "Transposing The Music" featurette that has interviews with Howard Shore (who gave them the name) and keyboardist Paul Schaffer (now with "The Jay Leno Show"). And finally a tribute to John Belushi called "Remembering John" that features his wife Judy and film-star brother James Belushi. It's properly comprehensive stuff and none of it is padded out with excessive film-clip duplication.

THE FILM ITSELF:
I had to double take when I looked at the date on "The Blues Brothers" - 1980? Is it really thirty-two years ago - Jeez Louise! I remember seeing it at the cinema with my mates and being absolutely blown away. Audacious, funny and hip - it had property destruction on an industrial scale, car chases to make your nose bleed, cool black outfits and shades, the cartwheels, the running dance, both Aykroyd and Belushi gelling together so beautifully - and better than anything - the totally killer music that seemed to fill every scene with life and joy.

In fact "The Blues Brothers" literally set off a global phenomenon - the resurgence of interest in old Blues and Soul - and is beloved for it by fans of both to this day. And like "The Big Lebowski" or "Withnail And I" - you know you're in the presence of a cult classic when dialogue- quotes from it pepper the Internet... Kathleen Freeman as the fearsome nun Sister Mary Stigmata nicknamed The Penguin - whacking the boys with a wooden ruler every time they curse "...You come back here with foul mouths and bad attitudes!", the lady at the house when the boys enquire after former members of their band "Are you from the Police? No Mam! We're musicians!" John Belushi in the high-class Chez Paul restaurant asking a snob customer to sell his wife and daughter to him for sex "How much for the little one? I want to buy your women!" When they get into the Bluesmobile (BDR 529) with all manner of State Police after them - "It's 106 miles to Chicago. We've got a full tank of gas, half a packet of cigarettes and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it!" And of course best of all - the quote that titles this review...their mantra throughout the film for getting the band back together to pay off $5000 worth of debt on the convent they grew up in - "We're on a mission from God..."

Written with aplomb and affection by DAN AYKROYD and Director JOHN LANDIS - and played out by the greatly-missed-madcap JOHN BELUSHI (who had an incredible singing voice as the "I'm A King Bee" extra shows) scene after scene is filled with their love of the Blues in all its forms. The Decca 78" of Louis Jordan's "Let The Good Times Roll" in their tiny Plymouth Hotel room - the picture of the wonderful Atlantic Records star Big Joe Turner on the wall - all great touches.

You also forget about the incredible number of cameos - Frank Oz of The Muppets as the Parole Officer in Joliet Prison reading out the contents of Jake's worldly possessions ("One unused prophylactic - one soiled..."), Carey Fisher of "Star Wars" fame with a rocket-launcher intent on killing Jake for running out on her three years earlier, Twiggy as a Chic Lady, Pee Wee Herman's Paul Reubens as a waiter in Mr. Fabulous' restaurant, pint-sized Henry Gibson from "Saturday Night Live" as a hysterically funny neo-Nazi (the American Socialist White People's Party), Mr. T from the A-Team in the crowd - and you even get Steven Spielberg as a clerk with a sandwich in his mouth in the Cook County Assessor's Office at the end of the movie.

But the film belongs to the music and the superstars of that music - James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, John Lee Hooker and Cab Calloway - many of who had their fading careers revived by the public's rekindled love affair with Blues, R'n'B and Soul. There's Cab Calloway as Curtis the Janitor in the convent counselling the orphan boys on what to do next ("You get wise! You get to church!"), James Brown as the all-singing all-dancing revivalist preacher Reverend Cleophus ("Have you seen the light!"), Aretha Franklin as the mouthy owner of the 'Soul Food Cafe' in Chicago's Maxwell Street ("There's two honkies out there dressed like Hasidic diamond merchants!"), Ray Charles as the blind proprietor of a pawn shop who shoots two bullet holes in the wall as a street urchin tries to steal a guitar ("Breaks my heart to see those kids go bad..."), John Lee Hooker singing "Boom Boom" and shouting "How! How!" in the street-market and then getting into a row about who wrote it. The backing band Murph and The Magic Tones turn out to be Steve Cropper, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Willie Hall, Murphy Dunne and Tom Malone - the guts of Booker T and The MG's - the backing band at Stax. There's harmonica legends Walter "Shakey" Horton and Pinetop Perkins, guitarist Joe Walsh as a prisoner, soul legend Chaka Khan in the Choir, singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop as a chatty State Trooper...and on it goes...

In the end - a movie like "The Blues Brothers" defies description. But like a good secondhand record shop that you stumble on in the city - you're so glad it's still there after all these years - still surviving - still bringing pleasure - still doing the business...

Gimmick packaging or not - dive in on this BLU RAY. (Pun intended) - you'll be 'Soul' glad you did.

BLU RAY Specifications:
VIDEO: 1080p High-Definition Widescreen 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
AUDIO: English DTS 5.1
SUBTITLES: English SDH, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish

SPECIAL FEATURES:
1, Both Theatrical and Extended versions of the Film
2. Stories Behind The Making Of The Blues Brothers (14 parts, 55 minutes)
3. Transposing The Music (14 minutes)
4. Remembering John (9 minutes)

PS: for details on Universal's "100th Anniversary" Series in general (both UK and USA) - see the 'comment' section attached to this review...
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Mark Barry says:
UNIVERSAL'S 100th ANNIVERSARY 'AMERICAN' BLU RAY and DVD REISSUES - A LIST
ALL of these titles feature UNIVERSAL'S 100th ANNIVERSARY card-wrap packaging - some come in Limited Edition BOOK PACK packaging
Eagle-eyed collectors will note that many of these great titles have 'NO UK RELEASE' as yet - but some of these US BLU RAY issues are REGION FREE
so will play on UK and EUROPEAN machines (always check this first before purchase). US DVDs will always require a MULTI-REGION player.
Today's Date: 19 Oct 2012.

BLU RAY:
1. Abbott And Costello in Buck Privates. 17 April 2012. USA two-disc set. 1941 movie digitally remastered and fully restored. Book pack.
2. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. 28 Aug 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy (Wraparound Card Packaging).
3. Airport (1970). 4 September 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
4. All Quite On The Western Front. 14 Feb 2012. US version is a two-disc set with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy (UK has BLU RAY only). Digitally remastered and fully restored print of the 1930 Black & White masterpiece. Special 40-page book pack... [SEE DETAILED REVIEW)
5. American Graffiti. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set, Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
6. American Pie. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
7. Apollo 13. 30 April 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
8. Atonement. 4 September 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
9. Babe. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
10. A Beautiful Mind. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
11. The Big Lebowski. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
12. Billy Elliott. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
13. The Birds. Not released as an individual title as yet (Oct 2012) - but the fully restored print is part of the "Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection" Box Set released in the UK and USA in November 2012.
14. The Blues Brothers. 6 March 2012. USA two-disc set with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
15. Born On The Fourth of July. 3 July 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
16. The Bourne Identity. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
17. The Bourne Supremacy. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
18. The Bourne Ultimatum. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
19. The Breakfast Club. 10 Jan 2012. USA two-disc set with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
20. The Bride Of Frankenstein. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below).
21. Bridesmaids. 4 September 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
22. Brokeback Mountain. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
23. The Creature From The Black Lagoon. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below).
24. Casino. 5 June 2012. USA two-disc set with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
25. The Deer Hunter. 6 March 2012. USA two-disc set with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
26. Despicable Me. 6 March 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
27. Do The Right Thing. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD & Digital Copy.
28. Dracula. 1931 Black & White. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below). Includes both English and Spanish language versions.
29. 8 Mile. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD & Digital.
30. Erin Brockovich. 5 June 2012. Blu Ray, DVD & Digital Copy.
31. E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial. Due September 2012.
32. Eternal Sunshine Of The Mind. 4 September 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
33. The Fast And The Furious. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
34. Fast Times At Ridgemont High. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
35. Field Of Dreams. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
36. The 40-Year-Old Virgin. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
37. Frankenstein. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below). See also its sequel The Bride Of Frankenstein
38. Harvey. Release Date To be advised. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
39. Inglorious Basterds. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
40. The Invisible Man. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below).
41. Jaws. USA released 14 Aug 2012 in two versions - standard packaging 2-disc set (Blu Ray, DVD and Ultraviolet Digital Copy via Download - US/UK Amazon reference B007STBUIW) and a 42-Page 'Digibook" version (US-only reference B008XM3NZQ). BOTH ARE REGION FREE. UK has 2 variants on 3 Sep 2012 - card wrap (reference B003AQCZK4) and a 'Steelbook' (reference B007RM66GG). Spielberg approved print.
42. King Kong (Peter Jackson version). 5 June 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
43. Meet The Parents. 6 March 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray and DVD (No Digital Copy).
44. Mamma Mia! The Movie. 10 January 2012. Two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
45. The Mummy (1932). October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below).
46. The Mummy (1999 Version). 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
47. National Lampoon's Animal House. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
48. The Nutty Professor (Eddie Murphy remake). 6 March 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
49. Out Of Africa. 6 March 2012. USA Digitally remastered and fully restored. 2-disc Book Pack with BLU RAY, DVD and Digital Copy. See REVIEW. Also 4 September 2012 2-disc version with Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy [Non Book Pack Version - Card Wrap]
50. Parenthood. 6 March 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
51. The Phantom Of The Opera. 1943 Black & White Classic. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see below).
52. Pillow Talk. 1 May 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy. Fully Restored and Digitally Remastered. Book pack. See REVIEW.
53. Ray. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
54. Scarface. 4 September 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
55. Schindler's List. To be advised...
56. Seabiscuit. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray & DVD (No Digital Copy).
57. Sixteen Candles. 5 June 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD & Digital Copy
58. Smokey And The Bandit. 5 June 2012. Blu Ray, DVD & Digital Copy.
59. Spartacus. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD & Digital Copy.
60. The Sting. 5 June 2012. Blu Ray & DVD 2-disc set. Fully restored and Book Pack like "To Kill A Mockingbird"... See REVIEW.
61. To Kill A Mockingbird. 31 Jan 2012. Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy. Fully Restored and Digitally Remastered. See also UK release. See REVIEW.
62. United 93. 5 June 2012. Two-disc set Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy.
63. Universal's Classic Monsters - The Essential Collection. Released both USA and UK (non-region coding so will play on all machines) in October 2012 - this superb 8-disc box set contains Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Mummy (1932), The Invisible Man (1933), The Bride Of Frankenstein (1935), The Wolf Man (1941), The Phantom Of The Opera (1943) and The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954).
64. Universal 100th Anniversary Collection. 6 Nov 2012. 25 Movies + Book In A Box Set.
65. Waterworld. 10 January 2012. USA two-disc set - Blu Ray, DVD and Digital Copy - Theatrical and Extended cut (40 more minutes).
66. The Wolf Man. 1941 Black & White Classic. October 2012 individual release - is also part of the "Universal Classic Monsters" 8-Disc BLU RAY Box Set (see above).

DVD:
1. Abbott And Costello in Buck Privates. April 2012. DVD is in the BLU RAY Book Pack version only (see BLU RAY list above).
2. Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein. September 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
3. Action Adventure Spotlight Collection [The Bourne Identity, The Fast And The Furious, The Mummy]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
4. Airport (1970). 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
5. American Graffiti. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
6. American Pie. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
7. Apollo 13. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy
8. Atonement. 4 September 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
9. Babe. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
10. Back To The Future 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
11. A Beautiful Mind - Russell Crowe and Ed Harris. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
12. Best Picture Winners Spotlight Collection [Out Of Africa, A Beautiful Mind, All Quiet On The Western Front, Going My Way]. 6 March 2012. 4DVD Box Set.
13. The Big Lebowski. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
14. Billy Elliott - Jamie Bell. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
15. The Birds. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
16. The Blues Brothers. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
17. The Bourne Identity. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
18. The Bourne Supremacy. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
19. The Bourne Ultimatum. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
20. The Breakfast Club. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
21. Bridesmaids. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
22. Brokeback Mountain. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
23. Car Wash - Richard Prior. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
24. Casino. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
25. Charade. 6 March 2012. USA 2-disc set. 1963 movie
26. Classic Monsters Spotlight Collection [Dracula, Frankenstein, The Bride Of Frankenstein and Creature From The Black Lagoon]. 6 March 2012. 4DVD Box Set. Note: The "Spanish Language" version of Dracula is also included on the "Dracula" DVD - effectively making this a 5-film box set although it doesn't actually state it as such).
27. Coal Miner's Daughter. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
28. Comedy Greats Spotlight Collection [National Lampoon's Animal House, The Blues Brothers, The Jerk, Car Wash]. 6 March 2012. 4DVD Box Set.
29. The Deer Hunter - Robert DeNiro. 6 March 2012. DVD.
30. Despicable Me. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
31. Destry Rides Again - James Stewart and Mischa Auer. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
32. Do The Right Thing. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
33. Double Indemnity. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
34. Duck Soup. 6 March 2012. Marx Brothers. DVD & Digital copy.
35. Earthquake. 1974 film with Charlton Heston. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
36. The Egg And I. 6 March 2012 DVD. Fred MacMurray and Claudette Colbert 1947 film.
37. The Egg & I / Francis The Talking Mule. 2 Films Together. No Release Date...
38. 8 Mile. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
39. 80's Comedies Spotlight Collection [The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Fast Times At Ridgemont High]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
40. Erin Brockovich. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
41. Eternal Sunshine Of The Mind. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
42. The Fast & The Furious. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
43. Fast Times At Ridgemont High - Sean Penn. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
44. Field Of Dreams. 10 Jan 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
45. The 40-Year Old Virgin. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
46. Frances The Talking Mule. 6 March 2012. DVD.
47. Harvey. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
48. High Plains Drifter. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy. (See also Westerns Spotlight Box Set...)
49. Hollywood Legends Spotlight Collection [Harvey, Spartacus, Touch Of Evil]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
50. Inglorious Basterds. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
51. Imitation Of Life - Two Movie Special Edition. 10 January 2012. Features both the 1934 version with Claudette Colbert and the 1959 remake starring Lana Turner. 2DVD set and Digital Copy.
52. The Incredible Shrinking Man. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
53. Inspirational Favorites Spotlight Collection. [Apollo 13, Field Of Dreams, Seabiscuit]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
54. It Came From Outer Space. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
55. Jaws. 14 Aug 2012. DVD, Digital and Ultraviolet Copy.
56. The Jerk - Steve Martin. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
57. Jesus Christ Superstar - Ted Neeley. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
58. Jurassic Park. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
59. Jurassic Park - The Lost World. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
60. Jurassic Park Part III. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
61. King Kong (Peter Jackson version). 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
62. The Last Temptation Of Christ. 6 March 2012. DVD.
63. Mamma Mia! The Movie. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
64. Meet The Parents. 6 March 2012. DVD.
65. Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life. 6 March 2012. DVD & Digital Copy
66. The Mummy (1999 Remake). 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
67. Musicals Spotlight Collection [Mamma Mia! The Movie, Jesus Christ Superstar, Flower Drum Song]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
68. My Man Godfrey. 6 March 2012 DVD. William Powell and Carole Lombard 1936 Black and White.
69. National Lampoon's Animal House. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
70. The Nutty Professor - Eddie Murphy remake. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
71. Out Of Africa. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
72. Parenthood - Steve Martin. 6 March 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
73. Psycho. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
74. Ray - Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington. 10 January 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
75. Scarface. 4 September 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
76. Schindler's List. 10 January 2012. USA DVD and Digital Copy.
77. Screen Couples Spotlight Collection [Charade, Double Indemnity, Pillow Talk, My Little Chicadee]. 4DVD Box Set.
78. Seabiscuit - Tobey Maguire, Jeff Bridges and Chris Cooper. 10 January 2012. DVD.
79. Sixteen Candles. 28 August 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
80. Smokey And The Bandit. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
81. Spartacus. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
82. The Sting. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
83. Sullivan's Travels - Joel McCrae. 6 March 2012. DVD.
84. Three Smart Girls - Deanna Durbin. 6 March 2012. DVD
85. Touch Of Evil - Orson Wells. 10 January 2012. DVD & Digital Copy.
86. United 93. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
87. Universal 100th Anniversary Collection. 6 Nov 2012. 25 Movie Box Set with a bonus Music CD and a 72-Page Booklet. Features (in alphabetical order) - Abbott & Costello In Buck Privates, All Quiet On The Western Front, American Graffiti, Apollo 13, Back To The Future, The Birds, The Bourne Identity, The Breakfast Club, Despicable Me, Do The Right Thing, Dracula (1931 Original), E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial, The Fast & The Furious, Field Of Dreams, Jaws, Jurassic Park, Mamma Mia! The Movie, National Lampoon's Animal House, Out Of Africa, Pillow Talk, Scarface, Schindler's List, Spartacus, The Sting and To Kill A Mockingbird.
88. Vertigo. 4 September 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
89. Waterworld. 10 Jan 2012. DVD and Digital Copy.
90. Westerns Spotlight Collection [High Plains Drifter, Destry Rides Again, Winchester '73]. 6 March 2012. 3DVD Box Set.
91. Winchester '73. 5 June 2012. DVD and Digital Copy. (See also Westerns Spotlight Collection Box Set...)
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