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Blu-ray Review - Clambake


1967's "Clambake" is not one of Elvis Presley's most beloved movies. It's often the subject of mild mockery, with even Tom Hanks getting in a few shots on talk shows when his love for Elvis comes up in the conversation. Indeed, in the grand scheme of things, this is not the King's finest hour on film, but with lowered expectations and perhaps a great need for escapism, and "Clambake" can be entertaining, offering a jovial party and sporting mood that's helped along by a lively supporting cast, who do their best to keep a snoozy, woozy Elvis from completely checking out of the production. Read the rest at 


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