31 December 2012 10:00 AM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Skip or Double Dip is a monthly column that takes a closer look at those movies hitting shelves again to see if their new, updated editions are worth your attention. Brazil Terry Gilliam's dystopian sci-fi fantasy classic follows Sam Lowry (Jonathan Pryce)—a low-level government employee who fantasizes about finding a woman who appears in his dreams while he works in a boring job and lives in a cramped apartment. A Universal edition of Brazil first debuted on Blu-ray in June 2011 followed by a Criterion Collection version on December 4, 2012. What's New?: The bare-bones Universal Blu-ray had no extras and featured the 132-minute cut of the film. The new Criterion Collection release has both the full 142-minute cut of the film as well as the 94-minute "Love...

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