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Tag Archive for 'Dominic West'

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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‘Finding Dory’ Just Keeps Swimming And Entertaining Audiences (Movie Review)

Sink or swim, many studios like to test audiences on whether or not they can get too much of a good thing. While Pixar had made quite a name for itself already, Finding Nemo came along in 2003 and really cemented the studio as the best in the business at that time. Thirteen years later […]

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The Wire: The Complete Series (Blu-ray Review)

The acclaimed HBO crime drama The Wire is now on Blu-ray in its entirety. Yes, there has been a level of controversy surrounding the widescreen remaster for the series, but the fact is – The Wire can now be seen in HD and it is glorious. David Simon’s fantastic series presents five seasons worth of story […]

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The Wire Is Coming To Blu-ray In Full This June!

Great to see in HD, but this release should prove to be interesting, given the nature of the remastering.  Anyway:  Hailed as “one of the best and most original series on television in decades” (The New York Times), the groundbreaking hit series The Wire makes its highly anticipated debut on Blu-ray June 2, 2015. For The Wire: The […]

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Pride (Blu-ray Review)

In 1984, the United Kingdom, under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher saw the start of what would be a year long strike from the National Union of Mineworkers after the government closed down twenty coal mines.  With the picketing came a surprising amount of violence related to the topic as well.  Hell, I mean there’s even […]

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HBO Home Entertainment Announces The Wire: The Complete Series

One of the best shows…well, ever, is coming to Blu-ray.  The Wire is both one of the greatest TV shows of all time and also one of the least represented when it comes to all the Emmys and Golden Globes it should have won.  With that in mind, the expansion of HBO’s availability at least […]

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PRIDE Available on Blu-ray December 23rd!

Inspired by an extraordinary true story, the audience-rousing PRIDE debuts on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital HD on Dec. 23 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This critically acclaimed comedy follows a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists who come together to help families affected by the UK miners’ strike in 1984, and has been described […]

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‘John Carter’ – Get Your Ass To Mars

Well I had fun with this space jam.  It must be tough for guys like James Cameron, George Lucas, or in this case – director Andrew Stanton, who work years on end to deliver a passion project of theirs, but have so much negative thought put into whether it will succeed or not based on […]

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John Carter 3D (Movie Review)

From Academy Award–winning filmmaker Andrew Stanton comes John Carter – a sweeping action-adventure set on the mysterious and exotic planet of Barsoom (Mars). John Carter is based on a classic novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, whose highly imaginative adventures served as inspiration for many filmmakers, both past and present. The film tells the story of […]

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I Would Be Proud To Stand By This ‘Centurion’

My love for writers/directors Robert Rodriguez and Christopher Nolan is not a secret around here, but one man that often gets overlooked, because of his UK presence in my opinion, is Neil Marshall.  He put out a pair of my favorite films in the past five years, Descent and Doomsday.  Now I did not mean […]

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