Published: January 25, 2013
1-29-2013 Top Ten DVD Releases
By Kam Williams
This week, Stories about African-American Heritage tops the list, followed by Season three of Downton Abbey and in third place, The Abolitionists. There are also ten honorable mentions.
Top Ten DVD List for January 29, 2013
Stories about African-American Heritage [featuring March On!]
Downton Abbey - Season Three
Hello, I Must Be Going
Amazing Ocean 3D
Tales of the Night
Out in the Open
Cherry Tree Lane
The Love Section
Coral Reef 3D
Stone Soup... and other stories from the Asian Tradition
The Potential Inside
Rootin' Tootin Wild West
Bad Boy Street
Fascination Coral Reef: Mysterious World Underwater
Kam Williams is a syndicated film and book critic who writes for 100+ publications. He is a member of the New York Film Critics Online, the African-American Film Critics Association, and the NAACP Image Awards Nominating Committee. Contact him through NewsBlaze. Read more reviews by Kam Williams.
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