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DVD The Merv Griffin Show - 40 of the Most Interesting People of Our Time
"Always cheerful, he lobbed softballs his guests enjoyed fielding, eliciting quite a bit of surprisingly intimate info from a vast variety of people..." -- Grade: B+ Entertainment Weekly
Book Soul Unfinished
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CD Slidin'...Some Slide
Living Blues (9-10/94, p.98) - "...provides an excellent cross-section of the style, lovingly gathered from diverse sources."
DVD They Call Me Sirr
Blu-ray The Player [Blu-ray]
"...What makes THE PLAYER the best and boldest American comedy in years is Altman's wizardry at leavening anger with cathartic wit..." Rolling Stone Ranked #8 in Entertainment Weekly's "10 Favorite Films of the 90's" - "...Altman's ticklish satire can stand with his timeless work..." Entertainment Weekly "...So entertaining, so flip and so genially irreverent that it seems to announce the return of the great gregarous film maker....The members of the huge cast seem to be having a great night out on the town..." New York Times "...THE PLAYER is a true comeback film for Altman -- a return, after more than 15 years, to the infinitely sly and supple virtuosity that marked his great film of the '70s..." Entertainment Weekly "...An artful stiletto aimed at the bashful heart of Hollywood....An extremely pointed and knowing show-biz dissection..." Los Angeles Times "...THE PLAYER is a smart movie, and a funny one. It is also absolutely of our time..." Chicago Sun-Times "...[The film] includes the greatest tracking shot this side of TOUCH OF EVIL and cameos from everyone: Bruce Willis, John Cusack, Julia Roberts..." Total Film 5 stars out of 5 -- "Altman set about mocking the hypocrisy of the business that had exiled him. In the guise of a black-comic thriller, he exposed the Hollywood malaise. And Hollywood loved him for it."Empire
CD It'll Come to You: The Songs of John Hiatt
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