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DVD Review: The Kent Chronicles

To celebrate America's bicentennial in 1976, these three hokey at times, but still entertaining television miniseries dramatize the first three books in John Jakes's popular Kent Family Chronicles. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sword Identity

The directing debut of Chinese writer Xu Haofeng offers an interesting variation on the martial arts genre. Read More »

DVD Review: I, Claudius

The popular 1976 mini-series receives a nice upgrade on DVD. Read More »

TV Review: The Borgias

The Borgias kicks off on Showtime as the cable network's newest historical epic. Read More »

DVD Review: Upstairs, Downstairs Series One – 40th Anniversary Edition

Upstairs, Downstairs remains one of the best examples of television living up to its fullest potential. Read More »

DVD Review: Felicity: An American Girl Adventure Deluxe Edition

American Girl Felicity faces conflict in colonial America and within on this new release. Read More »

Movie Review: The Donner Party

A beautifully photographed but ultimately unconvincing depiction of the ill-fated pioneer expedition. Read More »