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Doctor Thorne Gets An October Release Date On DVD!

Oscar and Emmy-winning writer Julian Fellowes’ (“Gosford Park,” “Downton Abbey”) newest miniseries “Doctor Thorne” arrives on Digital HD from Starz Digital on October 17, 2016 and on DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment on October 18, 2016. The four-part adaptation written by Julian Fellowes of Anthony Trollope’s novel depicts the inner workings of an aristocratic family […]

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Search Party (Blu-ray Review)

The co-writer of Old School and The Hangover Part II has made his directorial debut with a road comedy that packs in plenty of comedic talent and attempts to make the most out of an ungainly amount of ridiculous situations. Search Party has a lot of good talent involved, but it unsurprisingly made little impact […]

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How to Be Single (Blu-ray Review)

Strap in for some hilariously awkward moments in dating!  We follow Alice (Dakota Johnson) who’s recently broken up with her boyfriend of 4 years to explore life as a single gal.  Being that she’s had a boyfriend all through college and most of high school, she’s worried that she’ll miss out on everything life has […]

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How To Be Single arrives on Digital HD May 3rd and Blu-ray & DVD May 24th!

Put your game face on when “How to Be Single” arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. From New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, in association with Flower Films, a Wrigley Pictures Production, “How to Be Single” stars Dakota Johnson (“Fifty Shades of Grey”), Rebel Wilson (“Pitch Perfect”), Damon Wayans, Jr. (“Let’s Be Cops”), Anders […]

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I’m Just Not That Into ‘How To Be Single’ (Movie Review)

There is something to be said for how close to good the otherwise messy How To Be Single is. Taking a sharp turn from last year’s Valentine’s Day weekend release starring Dakota Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey, here we have a film that manages to settle down every now and then to provide some genuine […]

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The LEGO Movie: Everything Is Awesome Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s get one thing straight from the start.  When I went into the press screening earlier this year I was completely against this movie.  While it looked unique and looked like it could be fun, I just did not want to invest the time in it and regret it later because you know life’s too short, yada, […]

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School’s Out Forever… COMMUNITY: THE COMPLETE FIFTH (and final?) SEASON arrives on DVD August 5th

Community has essentially been a cult favorite TV series that happened to have been in a primetime television slot for the past few years and it looks like it has now finally come to an end, assuming their is no Veronica Mars-style Kickstarter campaign or something similar to bring it back.  That said, the show […]

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Everything Is Awesome With The Lego Movie Blu-ray Announcement!

Is it sad that The Lego Movie is still my favorite movie of 2014?  No way!  Everything is awesome about that status!  And everything gets a bit more awesome today with the following announcement from Warner Bros.  The Lego Movie arrives on on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD 2-Disc Special Edition, and Digital HD on JUNE 17. […]

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‘The Lego Movie’ Has Been Built Into Something Awesome (Movie Review)

This is one of those “expectations exceeded” situations.  I was already plenty happy to go into The Lego Movie, given the lively and fun marketing presented for this film, along with my knowledge that it has come from the directors or both Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street, films I very […]

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Everything Is Awesome In ‘The Lego Movie’ (Movie Review)

Let’s get one thing straight from the start.  Even going into the press screening this past Saturday I was against this movie.  While it looked unique and looked like it could be fun, I just did not want to invest the time in it and regret it later because you know life’s too short, yada, […]

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Those Precious ‘Kings Of Summer’ (Movie Review)

Apparently I have been watching and enjoying a lot of coming-of-age films in recent months (Mud, The Way Way Back), let alone in the past year (Moonrise Kingdom), but I have been quite entertained by each one.  The Kings of Summer joins the ranks as one of these entertaining types of stories, though I would […]

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NBFF Review: Save The Date

Wrapping up my work at 2012’s Newport Beach Film Festival, the last film I was able to attend was the romantic-themed comedy-drama, Save the Date.  Having just watched Lola Versus the previous night, I felt like I found myself more or less in familiar territory, except that Lola Versus took place amongst a hip bunch […]

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Some Laughs And Unevenness Throughout This ‘Five-Year Engagement’

Chemistry can certainly make up for a film that is way too relaxed.  The Five-Year Engagement is a film that follows a pretty standard formula, despite the few tweaks and R-rated sensibilities, but ultimately never rises above average at best, given effort to shove so much into a film that runs far too long.  It […]

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