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If there is one thing that anyone reading this website can get behind, it’s a special series of awards promoting the best and grandest in the world of DVD and DVD releases.
That is the case with the recently announced Sixth Annual DVD Critics Awards, and the winners of this year’s awards range from Criterion Collection releases, to the latest release of one of cinema’s most beloved films.
The biggest winner here is the newest release of The Wizard Of Oz: 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition, which took home three awards; Best Catalog Title, Best Blu-ray disc and Title Of The Year. This was one of the more talked about sets prior to its release, and apparently, it didn’t disappoint, with its multidisc set, color booklet, and hours upon hours of amazing bonus material.
Among other winners were Star Trek (Best Theatrical Title), Monsters Vs. »
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Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, said that President Barack Obama is "poorly advised" on space matters, renewing criticism of a plan to abandon a project to return Us astronauts to the moon.Appearing before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, Armstrong said the Obama plan to end the Constellation program and cut other space efforts appeared to be made without input from Nasa or the president's science adviser."I have yet to find a person in Nasa, the Defense Department, the Air Force, the National Academies, industry, or academia that had any knowledge of the plan prior to its announcement," the Apollo 11 commander told lawmakers."A plan that was invisible to so many was likely contrived by a very small group in secret who persuaded the president that this was a unique opportunity to put his stamp »
2 items from 2010
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