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Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 29 March 2010

Don’t worry.  Even though the reprehensibly bad “Squakquel”, the embarrassingly atrocious “Tromeo and Juliet” and the inexplicable “Madonna: Sticky & Sweet” are hitting shelves this week, there’s still plenty of gold to be mined from the last Blu-ray releases of March.

Sherlock Holmes

It wasn’t the best movie to come from director Guy Ritchie, but it was a film markedly different than his regularly fair.  At the very least, this movie should be seen for the repartee between Sherlock Holmes (played by the ever excellent Robert Downey Jr.) and Dr. John Watson.  Both Downey and Jude Law play their parts, as one might expect, brilliantly.

An Education

Chances are, you didn’t see “An Education”.  It didn’t do amazingly well in theaters, and it’s not the most mainstream of films.  It netted three Oscar nominations, including one for screenwriter and author of the original book, Nick Hornby.  Not all have Hornby’s books have made for great movies, but one of my all time favorites – “High Fidelity” – was penned by Hornby.


Director Michael Mann has taken a dive in the last few years, there’s no denying it.  “Colatteral” is the last truly good movie from the man that brought you “Heat”, “Thief”, and “The Last of the Mohicans”.  As High Def Digest’s David Krauss puts it, ”[Collateral] deftly blends taut action with an engrossing story, and possesses more depth than most movies in its class.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
The Baader Meinhof Complex
The Diary of Anne Frank (2009)
House Broken
I Sell the Dead
IMAX: Under the Sea
The Killer
Madonna: Sticky & Sweet
Red Cliff 2-Disc International Version
Tromeo and Juliet

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