October 27, 2016
        "The Circle" and "The Lost City of Z": Which potential 2016 contenders got bumped to 2017?                Natalie Portman, Janelle Monáe, Matthew McConaughey, Bryce Dallas Howard, Edgar Ramirez, Stacy Keach at Hollywood Film Awards                Viola Davis will be campaigned in Best Supporting Actress for "Fences"                Mel Gibson to be Honored with the Hollywood Director Award at the 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards                Michael Moore drops a surprise new film with "Michael Moore in TrumpLand"                Hollywood Contenders: New Oscar Predictions for October                Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris, Lily Collins get Honors at 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards                "Manchester by the Sea" leads the Gotham Award nominations                Tom Ford, Marc Platt and Kenneth Lonergan to be Honored at 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards                Tom Cruise is in his action hero comfort zone with "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back"                "Moonlight" could be A24's big Oscar horse this year                Ewan McGregor steps behind the camera with "American Pastoral"                Hollywood Contenders: A second crack at Golden Globe predictions for 2016                "The Accountant" seeks to help give Ben Affleck another blockbuster                85 countries will be competing for Best Foreign Language Feature nominations at the Oscars        

Inglourious Basterds boasts BD-Live feature

hangoverdvdSo, what you ask is one of the funniest movies of the year? Hangover. Originality is hard to come by in Hollywood these days, and Hangover easily fills this void. Everyone has their Vegas stories, but for these guys it’s played out on screen. The Blu-ray disc is loaded with extras that include: PIP (Picture in Picture) commentary by the cast and crew. With these funny guys at the helm hilarity ensues. Another notable release on both formats is Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds, which tells the story of American soldiers trying single handedly to take down the leaders of the Third Reich. The DVD comes in two editions: one single disc and a two-disc set. Your best bet is to take advantage of the special features as they delve into the making of this costly feature; the Blu-ray even boasts a BD-Live feature that allows viewers to bookmark their favorite scenes from the film. Hopefully, most studios will jump on the bandwagon and allow users to bookmark all their Blu-ray movies.

Check back soon for when the hotly anticipated District 9 gets its bow on both DVD and Blu-ray.

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