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‘Alexander: The Ultimate Cut’ on Blu-ray & DVD June 3rd!

To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Oliver Stone’s epic historical drama Alexander, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Alexander: The Ultimate Cut Blu-ray™ on June 3. Because the film’s original 2004 theatrical release required a running time of less than 3 hours, within strictly defined codes for violence and sexuality, the director felt he was […]

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‘The Wonder Years: The Complete Series’ Is Finally Headed To DVD

In 2014, StarVista Entertainment/Time Life — the premiere marketer of classic TV on DVD — will release THE WONDER YEARS: THE COMPLETE SERIES to the home entertainment marketplace.  The most requested TV series never to be released on DVD, which ran on ABC from 1988-1993, garnered multiple Emmy® Awards, a Golden Globe® and a Peabody®, […]

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‘Saving Mr. Banks’ From Disney’s Grasp (Movie Review)

It is not as though I am completely averse to movies with intentions of having good-natured stories or ones that thrive on inevitably sweet and heart-warming outcomes, but sometimes a premise and those involved can give you that idea and sway your interest elsewhere.  I have not seen Mary Poppins in many years and do […]

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EPIC (Blu-ray Review)

 Oh the world of computer-animated films. It’s no secret that somewhere along the line I almost stopped enjoying them. I can’t put my finger on why, but it just happened. Still, I intend to give such films the time of day if they managed to catch my eye. Not every animated film can be as […]

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Blue Sky Studio’s Newest Animation Is Epically Average (Movie Review)

Given how 2013’s Memorial Day weekend is packed with action and comedy for adults with both Fast & Furiou6 and The Hangover Part III hitting screens everywhere, it is only right to have some counter-programming for kids and family audiences.  I only wish that the film Epic lived up to its title.  As it stands, […]

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‘Dead Man Down’ Brings Dour Revenge (Movie Review)

Here is another movie that displays the ever filmable tale of revenge and the complexities involved.  Dead Man Down brings forward an interesting challenge, as there are a lot of good things about it that I would like to recommend, even though I do not think the movie pulls through in the end.  Of course, […]

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Dead Man Down Movie Review – Just Seen It

Watch us on National Public Television – check your local listing for show times! Aaron, Salim and guest reviewer Aaron Neuwirth review this new action thriller starring Colin Farrell. Bent on revenge, Victor infiltrates Alphonse’s crime ring. But when Beatrice sees him commit murder, she blackmails Victor. Together, they carry out their vendettas. WATCH US […]

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Brian’s Undeniably Sexy & Irresistible Top 10 Films of 2012

For my Top 10 list of favorite films from the calendar year of 2012 I decided to take the high road.  What I mean by that is in these annual posts I also tend to pick on and rip apart all the films I either hated or was utterly disappointed by in the current calendar […]

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Aaron’s Top 10 Worst Films of 2012

This is not really a post of joy, but every year does see the release of films that are just not good.  I do not try to seek out these films, with the majority being ones that I did think could have redeemable elements, but that just wasn’t the case here.  This list contains what […]

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Gerard’s Worst Films of 2012

This worst-of list will not be as long as my other Top 10 lists due to the fact that some films that were downright unwatchable weren’t even watched all the way through. I decided not to subject myself to them, so some of these selections will probably just get “honorable worst-of” mentions instead, or a […]

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Seven Psychopaths Don’t Take Any Shih Tzu on Blu-ray

Wow!  What can I say about this flick that hasn’t been said before?  It was as the Boss would put it a “Brilliant Disguise.”  More importantly, this is the screenwriting flick for all ambitious writers out there to learn, live and study from for all eternity.  I really can’t say enough good things about this […]

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And on the Seventh Day God Created ‘Seven Psychopaths’ (Movie Review)

Wow!  What can I possibly say that fellow staffer Aaron Neuwirth is not going to mention in his extensive review of Seven Psychopaths?  Well, for starters, this film is brilliant.  Pull away the many layers and what you obviously have is a masterfully crafted screenplay by the film’s co-producer and director, Martin McDonagh.  I guess […]

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Total Recall (Movie Review)

Welcome to Rekall, the company that can turn your dreams into real memories. For a factory worker named Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell), even though he’s got a beautiful wife (Kate Beckinsale) who he loves, the mind-trip sounds like the perfect vacation from his frustrating life – real memories of life as a super-spy might be […]

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Total Recall Movie Review – Just Seen It

Sean, Greg and Leah take a look at the remake of this 1990 thriller originally starring Arnold. But that movie took place on Mars and this one doesn’t! Check out what they have to say. Starring Greg Karber(@GregKarber), Leah Aldridge (@leeleereads),  and Sean Wright. Directed by Amy Taylor. Synopsis: Douglas is a factory worker in […]

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Watching ‘Total Recall’ Makes Me Want To Forget (Movie Review)

Be as it may, I tried to sit down this past weekend and for the first time ever watch the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Total Recall.   Needless to say, I did not make it all the way through.  I know.  Boo!  I became extremely bored and restless half way through. Like my experience with Serenity, […]

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‘Total Recall’ Has An Identity Crisis

Get your ass to…London?  It seemed like it would be easy to constantly compare this remake to Paul Verhoven’s excessive, but entertaining Arnold Schwarzeneggar sci-fi/action flick, Total Recall, but the film has lifted so many different elements from an assortment of other action and sci-fi films that comparing it to just one movie would not […]

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Fright Night 2D / 3D Arrives on Blu-ray December 13!

Senior Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally has it all. He’s running with the cool kids and dating the hottest girl in high school (Imogen Poots). But all hell breaks loose when charming Jerry Dandridge (Colin Farrell) moves in next door. Charley thinks there’s something odd about him, although no one – including his mom (Toni […]

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Horrible Bosses (Blu-ray Review)

We have all had our share of “horrible bosses” at one point or another during our career, haven’t we?   Well I guess I should probably be addressing the 30-something year old crowd like myself, but I truly think this topic transcends the ages, if you ask me.  Don’t pretend like you don’t know what I’m […]

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