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Life of Pi, Hitchcock Top Weekly Blu-ray Releases
By Swanni

Washington, D.C. (March 11, 2013) - The Life of Pi, nominated for Best Picture, will be released tomorrow on Blu-ray high-def disc, leading the week's top Blu-ray releases.

The film, which was directed by Ang Lee, who upset Steven Spielberg (Lincoln) for the Best Director Oscar, features a young man who finds himself stuck on a lifeboat with a Bengal Tiger. Critics have called The Life of Pi one of the most cinematically beautiful films in recent years and it should look sensational on Blu-ray.

To order The Life of Pi for $22.99, click:
Pi.

The list of new Blu-ray releases includes some other top attractions, too, including the the 25th anniversary edition of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Rise of the Guardians, Willow, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Ministry of Fear, a Criterion Collection edition directed by Fritz Lang.




But also don't forget to take a look at the Blu-ray release of Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins as the late, great Alfred Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as his wife. The film chronicles the making of the 1960s horror film, Psycho, which is a fascinating story itself, but Hitchcock also pulls back the curtain on the wonderful and highly productive relationship between Hitch and Mrs. Hitch.


To order Hitchcock for $21.99 on Blu-ray, click:
Hitchcock

To order the 15-disc Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection, which includes the great auteur's best films on Blu-ray, click:
Masterpiece.

To see the complete list of this week's Blu-ray releases, click:

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