Cloverfield has been released on DVD, and it is no longer a new release for the library, if you are curious after you read what I have to say. The reviews had commented on humorous moments in the movie—there were two, just two. I checked with my fellow viewers, and they counted two, the same two. Some reviewers had said they liked the unique camera work: I felt it was complete mimicry of Blair Witch Project, especially the subway tunnel scenes. There were lots of very predictable moments in this film, and the ones that weren’t predictable were usually illogical and unscientific to the point that I had to try really hard not to blurt out some derogatory exclamation at that moment. With restraint, I saved my cynicism for afterwards. Surprise! So had everyone else. I don’t think I would even give Cloverfield the 7 out of 10 that online critics have. Maybe a 5.5? It’s one way to kill an evening, and there were several good action moments, but all in all, I wouldn’t watch it again.