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Bonnie and Clyde, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains

Bonnie and Clyde
(Warner Brothers, $39.98)
The Collector’s Edition of this crime classic “looks as sharp” as Faye Dunaway’s famous beret, said Jen Chaney in The Washington Post. The DVD’s highlights—including an hour-long making-of featurette and an A&E documentary on the actual outlaws—prove the film’s relevance 40 years after its release.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

(Paramount, $39.99)
The two-disc set of this movie musical should please fans of both Tim Burton and Stephen Sondheim, said David Germain in the Associated Press. It “packs a range of extras”: segments on the acclaimed composer, the film’s production design, and, most notably, the actual events that inspired the grim tale.

Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains

(Sony, $24.96)
Director Jonathan Demme was right to suspect that a controversy was ready to erupt over Jimmy Carter’s recent book, said The Miami Herald. Trailing the former president on his tour for Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, he uncovered America’s “utter lack of sophistication” when facing issues of “great complexity and consequence.”

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