Picture from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Overall B

Carey appears to relish his role as Count Olaf, an actor who cavorts about with a motley band of grimy performers that play on second-rate stages.

Violence C+
Sexual Content A-
Profanity B+
Substance Use A-

MPAA Rating: PG for thematic elements, scary situations and brief language

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

The most recent home video release of this movie is April 25, 2005. Here are some details…

If you don’t have enough unfortunate events in your own life, then meet Lemony Snicket. Paramount Home Video presents this movie, based on a popular series of children’s books, in either a single or double disc version. Both editions include a Commentary Track by Director Brad Silberling, and another by Lemony Snicket and Brad Silberling, Orphaned Scenes (11 deleted scenes and 5 outtakes), as well as 3 featurettes under the title of Bad Beginnings.

The super-sized package of problems (aka; the 2-Disc Collector’s Edition) provides additional shorts, placed under the headings of A Terrible Tragedy (5 Featurettes), Sound Design (3 Featurettes), Special Effects (4 Featurettes) and 3 Still Photo Galleries.

And all this bad luck can be yours, in English 5.1 Dolby Digital.

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