I could start and stop my film review section right here with Why So Blu reviewer Aaron Neuwirth’s comments on my theatrical review of John Wick where he left the following remarks. “A dude with long hair, a dog, and Mustang beats up Theon Greyjoy. Of course you loved this movie.” He also went on to add […]
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I could start and stop my film review section with Why So Blu reviewer Aaron Neuwirth’s comments on my theatrical review of John Wick where he left the following remarks. “A dude with long hair, a dog, and Mustang beats up Theon Greyjoy. Of course you loved this movie.” He also went on to add […]
If you don’t come out of your John Wick viewing pumped up, then there’s something wrong with you medically speaking. The film has it all: money, cars (oh the American muscles cars), gangs, guns, girls, violence, puppies, loud rock music and some good old-fashioned hardcore action, something sorely missing from most flicks nowadays because of that watered […]
I normally don’t do this, nor have I ever done this before, but I can’t help it. I need to start this John Wick movie review off by quickly discussing the plot of the film from a very high level because it’s actually the very reason why I wanted to see this film. Keanu Reeves […]
Much like my Blu-ray review of last year’s Burlesque (see here), I know I’m going to get bashed here. For some reason, the critics didn’t receive Battle: Los Angeles too well. Well la deed da. What the f#$k do they know? I guess they are all dead inside and truly don’t know how to have […]
The fight for Earth’s survival begins June 14th when Battle: Los Angeles debuts on DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. And if that’s not enough, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment collaborate to include an exclusive game demo from the upcoming installment in the massively popular Playstation 3 franchise, Resistance 3. Now that’s […]
Are you ready for me yet? Please press record on the tape deck for me. Thanks! Are we on? Okay, good! My name is Brian White and I wanted to go on record by saying that Battle: Los Angeles has been my most anticipated film this year ever since I saw the panel at last […]