DVD Verdict reviews: BIONICLE 2: LEGENDS OF METRU NUI and more!

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    Today, DVD Verdict posted reviews of BIONICLE 2: LEGENDS OF METRU NUI,
    CARE BEARS: JOURNEY TO JOKE-A-LOT, COLUMBO: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON,
    IN LIVING COLOR: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON, THE JEFF FOXWORTHY SHOW:
    THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON, LOST IN SPACE: SEASON TWO, VOLUME ONE,
    UNSOLVED MYSTERIES: GHOSTS, WHAT'S NEW, SCOOBY-DOO?: HALLOWEEN BOOS AND
    CLUES (VOLUME 3), and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, SEASON FIVE:


    BIONICLE 2: LEGENDS OF METRU NUI (reviewed by Mitchell Hattaway, overall
    score 50/100):
    "The judgment expressed here reflects my opinion; anyone under the age
    of ten will rate it much higher. How can I be so sure? Because if I were
    that age I would want the bloody thing!"

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/bionicle2.php

    CARE BEARS: JOURNEY TO JOKE-A-LOT (reviewed by Bill Treadway, overall
    score 74/100):
    "In my 25 years on the planet Earth, I have never found myself compelled
    to try recreational drugs. However, after viewing Care Bears: Journey to
    Joke-a-lot, I now have a sound idea of what an LSD trip must be like."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/carebearsjourney.php

    COLUMBO: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON (reviewed by Maurice Cobbs, overall
    score 88/100):
    "Columbo always acts so befuddled. He kills you with kindness. He
    infuriates you with his obsequiousness. He nags you with a thousand
    little questions and observations. And he always asks you where you got
    your shoes. Columbo may not look like it, but he's a master predator. "

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/columboseason1.php

    IN LIVING COLOR: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON (reviewed by Amanda DeWees,
    overall score 94/100):
    "One of the main reasons that ILC was so successful is that its comedy
    truly didn't discriminate. Everyone was fair game -- black, white, male,
    female, young, old, gay, straight, even handicapped (the Handi Man
    sketches are instances of equal-opportunity mockery that would certainly
    never be seen today). Keenen Ivory Wayans made sure the writers knew
    that laughs took priority over any other agenda, and that decision pays
    off richly."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/inlivingcolorseason2.php

    THE JEFF FOXWORTHY SHOW: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON (reviewed by Brett
    Cullum, overall score 70/100):
    "And if you fancy Jeff Foxworthy in a more unnatural way, he does appear
    shirtless in almost every episode. Don't ask me why that happens. It
    just does. Think of it as a bonus feature."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/jefffoxworthyseason1.php

    LOST IN SPACE: SEASON TWO, VOLUME ONE (reviewed by Dennis Prince,
    overall score 75/100):
    "Besides the addition of glorious color to the show in 1966, the second
    season of Lost in Space introduced another plainly detectable change --
    it veered away from the prevalent adventure tone of the first year,
    electing to add farcical fare to the interplanetary proceedings (perhaps
    taking a cue from the wildly popular and just plain wild Batman).
    Needless to say, the fan base remains split over the outcome."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/lostinspaces2v1.php

    UNSOLVED MYSTERIES: GHOSTS (reviewed by David Packard, overall
    score 90/100):
    "The variety in the stories staves off boredom and evokes a range of
    emotions. One segment leaves you with a smile, while the next one has
    you scrambling to find the light switch and jumping at every noise.
    Whatever type of ghost story you prefer, chances are you'll find it
    included in this collection."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/unsolvedmysteriesghosts.php

    WHAT'S NEW, SCOOBY-DOO?: HALLOWEEN BOOS AND CLUES (VOLUME 3) (reviewed
    by Lacey Worrell, overall score 65/100):
    "Longtime fans of Scooby (let's face it, there are at least two
    generations' worth by now) will be heartened by the fact that good old
    Casey Kasem is still voicing the character of Shaggy. This makes him the
    Dick Clark of cartoon voices, considering the fact that this series made
    its first appearance almost 40 years ago."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/scoobydooboos.php

    XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, SEASON FIVE (reviewed by David Gutierrez,
    overall score 88/100):
    "Xena: Warrior Princess, Season Five is perhaps the most the series'
    most ambitious and uneven season to date. Employing different
    philosophies and religions, Xena focuses on polytheism giving way to
    monotheism -- with some musical numbers thrown in for good measure."

    FULL REVIEW: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/xenaseasonfive.php

    Mike Jackson
    Editor & Webmaster, DVD Verdict
    www.dvdverdict.com
    DVD Verdict, Oct 27, 2004
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