Blu-ray bytes: Robin Hood and Glee

Robin Hood: Unrated Director's Cut from Universal Studios Home Entertainment arrives on Blu-ray.Robin Hood: Unrated Director’s Cut from Universal Studios Home Entertainment arrives on Blu-ray.
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Fans can jump right to the musical action on each of the four discs through the Glee Music Jukebox to immediately find the troupe performing classics such as Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing,” Queen’s “Somebody to Love” and AC-DC’s “Highway to Hell,” all choreographed and homogenized for your pleasure.

A karaoke mode reinforces some of the musical moments. Found on the fourth disc, we get four songs highlighted to sing along. It seems with the dozens of tunes available, developers could be a bit more generous for their audience and provide many more.

“Behind the Pilot: A Visual Commentary With Cast and Crew” offers the principal actors and creator Ryan Murphy in a movie-theater setting. The group comments liberally and chuckles while watching the first episode. Watch the cast watch themselves on one side of the screen while enjoying the episode on the other side.

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