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Finding Dory (Blu-ray Review)

As most probably expected, Finding Dory became the year’s biggest film this summer.  Following one of Disney/Pixar’s most successful, beloved and heralded films of all time was sort of a no-brainer in the wondering of who’s going to go see it.  This time they would focus on the fish with the short term memory loss, […]

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Finding Dory (Digital HD Review)

As most probably expected, Finding Dory became the year’s biggest film this summer.  Following one of Disney/Pixar’s most successful, beloved and heralded films of all time was sort of a no-brainer in the wondering of who’s going to go see it.  This time they would focus on the fish with the short term memory loss, […]

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Porco Rosso (Blu-ray Review)

Porco Rosso was a bit of step in a different direction for Hayao Miyazaki.  This film would take a more adult tone and presence than his previous ventures.  Its still very accessible for children and in the “all ages” arena for viewing, but if its going to skew to one side of the fence, the […]

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Delhi Safari (Blu-ray Review)

A wacky pack of mismatched animals takes on the human race as they travel to the big city to protest the destruction of their jungle.  How can a leopard cub and his mother, a peace-loving bear, a mischievous monkey, and a wisecracking parrot present their ideas to a bunch of humans?  You’ll find out in this […]

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Finding Nemo 2D / 3D Ultimate Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

In this stunning underwater adventure teeming with memorable comedic characters and heartfelt emotion, Finding Nemo follows the momentous journey of an overprotective clownfish named Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) and his young son Nemo (voiced by Alexander Gould).  When the two are unexpectedly separated in the Great Barrier Reef, Nemo is carried far from his […]

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Finding Nemo 3D (Movie Review)

Academy Award-winning film Finding Nemo returns to the big screen in thrilling Disney Digital 3D for the first time ever. Teeming with memorable comedic characters and heartfelt emotion, this stunning underwater adventure follows the momentous journey of an overprotective clown-fish named Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) and his young son Nemo (voiced by Alexander Gould)––who […]

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