16 January 2013 6:18 AM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

The Jazz Singer, the first feature-length film with completely synchronized dialogue and musical sequences, will mark another milestone January 8 when Warner Home Video releases the Blu-ray™ commencing the 2013 year-long 90th Anniversary of Warner Bros. Studios.  We here at Cinelinx got the chance to check out the new box set in order to tell you whether or not you should add it to your collection.

There are a myriad of reasons that I love film and decided to get involved in the movie business.  One of those reasons is that film gives people the unique ability to actually watch pieces of history.  It’s a medium that documents itself and film buffs can go back and see how the film industry evolved over time, just by watching various films from throughout the decades.  For this reason, I jumped at the opportunity when Warner Bros asked me to check out The Jazz Singer blu-ray. »

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