Josef Krebs

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Josef Krebs Posted: Jul 06, 2006 0 comments

Recently I sat down with Captain Jean-Luc Picard, in the guise of actor Patrick Stewart. He was out of uniform that morning because we were in a roundtable discussion about X-Men: The Last Stand.

Josef Krebs Posted: Jul 05, 2006 0 comments
First bout in the HD DVD tournament: Man vs. Baby. (This is a fair fight, so all ratings are relative to other HD discs, not to standard-definition DVDs.)

The story of Cinderella Man (Universal; Movie ••½, Picture/Sound •••) delivers a one-two punch: The Depression was, well, depressing, and in a fight it's probably better to win.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Jun 09, 2006 0 comments
Universal
Movie •••• Picture/Sound •••• Extras ••••
The first thing I noticed after picking up this two-disc set was that the
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In Match Point (DreamWorks; Movie •••½, Picture/Sound •••½, Extras: None), Woody Allen creates a Shakespearean tale of ambition, passion, and madness that can only end in tears, and he does so in a uniquely cinematic way. By usual DVD standards, the quality of the picture and sound might seem lacking.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Jun 05, 2006 0 comments

From The Company of Wolves to The Crying Game, Mona Lisa to Michael Collins, and Interview with the Vampire to The Butcher Boy, Neil Jordan has consistently made films that take us deep into the woods of his unusual characters' imaginations.

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Josef Krebs Posted: May 09, 2006 0 comments
Walk the Line: single-disc edition 20th Century Fox
Movie •••• Picture/Sound •••• Extras •••
Johnny Cash was
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Josef Krebs Posted: May 09, 2006 0 comments
Anniversary Edition Paramount
Movie ••••½ Picture/Sound •••• Extras •••½
The 2001 DVD
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Josef Krebs Posted: Apr 03, 2006 0 comments
Sony
Movie •••• Picture/Sound •••½ Extras ••½
In Ingmar Bergman's 1973 "hit" Scenes from
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Josef Krebs Posted: Jan 14, 2006 0 comments

It's amazing how many ways a story can be told. Byron Haskin's 1953 version of THE WAR OF THE WORLDS (Warner; Movie ••••, Picture/Sound ••••, Extras ••••) has a completely different focus and tone than Steven Spielberg's gloomy take on the H. G. Wells fantasy.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Warner
Movie •••½ Picture/Sound •••• Extras •••½
Director Christopher Nolan has reinve

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