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Tag Archive for 'Frank Langella'

All the Way (Blu-ray Review)

All the Way exists in a strange space for films where it is packed on with talent and amazing performances, but was made for HBO to be shown on the premium channel instead of in theaters, where its message, cast, writing, and brilliance would have a greater chance to be celebrated by a larger audience. […]

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Mark September 2nd Off as ‘Draft Day’ on Your Blu-ray Calendar!

I’m kind of bittersweet in regards to this one.  On one hand I am looking forward to finally seeing this one after missing all the press screenings for it, but I know it’s going to make me very homesick.  It seems like when I left Cleveland last year it all the sudden began thriving.  Who […]

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Parts Per Billion (Blu-ray Review)

Parts Per Billion tells the story of three couples which are forced to make life altering decisions in the face of a disastrous war that threatens to destroy the human race. Inspired and sometimes blinded by their love, Len, Mia, Andy, Esther, Anna and Erik are as flawed and beautiful as any of the billions […]

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‘Parts Per Billion’ on Blu-ray & DVD June 3rd!

Millennium Entertainment is proud to announce the home entertainment release of the star-studded sci-fi drama, Parts Per Billion. Written and directed by Brian Horiuchi, the film stars the ensemble cast of Academy Award® nominee Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon, Robot & Frank, The Box), Academy Award® nominee Gena Rowlands (The Notebook, The Skeleton Key, Broken English), Josh Hartnett (Black Hawk Down, Lucky Number Slevin, […]

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Hidden Movies Gems for 2012 – Just Seen It

Brenna, Liz and guest reviewer Aaron Neuwirth each reveal their favorite hidden movie gems of 2012 – movies you may not have seen but should be at the top of your watch-at-home list! Starring Aaron Neuwirth, Liz Manashi and Brenna Smith. Directed by Sean Wright. Whether it’s the end of the world as we know it, making […]

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‘Robot & Frank’: A Buddy Movie For The Near Future

Sometimes it all just boils down to something as simple as a man and his robot.  Robot & Frank is a very low key story that takes a simple sci-fi premise and manages to pull off something pretty affecting.  It features a wonderful lead performance from Frank Langella, who is tasked with playing an elderly […]

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Unknown (Blu-ray Review)

Liam Neeson, one of the most likable human beings in Hollywood, is back in the thriller-adventure known as…Unknown. *snare*  Unknown stars Liam Neeson, January Jones, Diane Kruger, Aidan Quinn along with Bruno Ganz, and Frank Langella.  Off the heels of the action packed Taken feature (which I loved) Unknown was set to keep Neeson going […]

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Superman: The Motion Picture Anthology (1978-2006) Flies in on Blu-Ray June 7th

No, this is NOT an April Fool’s joke.  Warner Bros. has released this PR release for the world to see. Superman: Motion Picture Anthology will be hitting stores on Blu-ray June 7th, 2011!  This anthology set will consist of EIGHT discs with all four movies and hours upon hours of special features!   One of […]

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Only Mildly Better Knowing The ‘Unknown’

Unknown is the type of film that works very easily as a source of entertainment…when you try not to apply much logic to it.  It is perfectly serviceable, mainly due to Liam Neeson, who has a screen presence that can elevate any B-movie (Taken, Darkman), and because of the film’s solid production values.  However, once […]

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Don’t Be Afraid of the ‘Unknown’

Up until recently I didn’t know anything about Unknown, but when I saw the movie’s trailer on television, a few weeks back, I instantly took notice.  Why?  Because… A) Liam Neeson stars in it… and B) Liam Neeson is shown in a bada$$ role much like he portrayed in Taken.  And so, with only one […]

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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Blu-ray Review)

One of my top ten films of 2010, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps hits Blu-ray for the first time, but it is it worth it?  Is it worth spending your hard earned cash or precious time to check out the world that was first introduced in that glorious year that was 1987?  Well, that’s kind […]

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Call Your Broker and Cautiously Proceed Onto ‘Wall Street’

Oliver Stone’s follow up to his popular 1987 corporate classic, Wall Street, puts me in a tough spot.  On one hand the film has comes at a well chosen time, in true Stone form, by being topical and making observations about the economic world of today.  It also features some very good performances not just […]

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The Box Gets Opened On Blu-ray This February

It seems like only yesterday I was sitting there watching Cameron Diaz and James Marsden talk about their newest upcoming sci-fi thriller The Box.  You can read all about it here if you choose and you can definitely mark February 23rd on your calendar as the official Blu-ray release date from Warner Home Video.  Warner […]

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