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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Five New Indie Titles

So many indies, so little time!  I’m opting out of the crowded Sausage Party this week to attend a smaller, more intimate gathering featuring some new film friends.  My fellow WhySoBlu cohort Aaron Neuwirth already covered all things Anthropoid (via my favorite Cashback director Sean Ellis!), so I’m adding a little determined dad, paranormal ghost hunting […]

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Ping Pong Summer (Blu-ray Review)

Coming of age comedies are something I can find myself being a sucker for if they can get the right in or hook for me.  As I grow older, it becomes more of a challenge to understand today’s youth because I’m not one of them and I don’t know what’s hip with the kids.  I must […]

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‘Ping Pong Summer’ Bounces On Blu-ray This Summer

Although we kind of fell out of touch a few years back, I still consider him my dear friend in the movie business who I strive and emulate to be one day and of course look up to.  The man I’m talking about is the man of the hour here, Marcus Dean Fuller.  You may […]

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‘Puss In Boots’ on Blu-ray February 24th

Puss in Boots continues the legacy of Shrek, the #1 animated franchise of all time, with the uproarious and irresitable origin story of the notorious fighter, lover and outlaw Puss in Boots.  Filled with hilarious action and adventure, the true tail—er, tale—of how Puss became a hero long before he met Shrek delighted audiences of […]

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Shrek Origins: ‘Puss In Boots’

The phrase “less is more” comes up a lot when dealing with particular characters that people tend to love.  In Shrek 2, the character of Puss in Boots was first introduced and became an immediate favorite to many.  Given that character’s popularity and the fact that DreamWorks Animation has decided to milk Shrek for all […]

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Jennifer’s Body (Blu-ray Review)

I feel the need to get something off my pulmonary cavity before I even begin here.  Make no mistake; I am a gargantuan fan of the Diablo Cody horror comedy film Jennifer’s Body.  Since owning the Blu-ray disc last Tuesday it has frequented my Blu-ray drive a total of seven majestic times.  I just can’t […]

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