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The Smurfs (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Ahh…the Smurfs. That song; La la la-la la la, Sing a happy song. La la la-la la la, Smurf it all day long. La la la-la la la. Smurf along with me! La la la-la la la. Simple as can be. Next time you’re feeling blue just let a smile begin, Happy things will come to […]

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Rio 2 (Blu-ray Review)

All I knew about the first Rio going into this was that it was the film that topped the box office the weekend Scream 4 was released.  It was a huge hit, taking almost half a billion dollars worldwide.  In order to properly review Rio 2, I had to watch Rio before this and wow…I’m […]

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ESCAPE FROM PLANET EARTH CRASH LANDS ON BLU-RAY THIS JUNE

On June 4th Escape from Planet Earth makes its Blu-ray debut.  I did not catch this film in theaters and I do not believe I have actually seen a recent animated film in theaters so far this year. It is still early, of course, with Monster’s University and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 […]

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The Smurfs Arrive on Blu-ray on Dec. 2!

On Dec. 2  Sony Pictures Animation’s hybrid live-action animated worldwide hit feature film, The Smurfs will be released on Blu-ray 3D, DVD, digital,  and a limited edition 3-Disc Holiday Gift Set.  When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world into ours – in […]

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Rio (Blu-ray Review)

Captured as a young bird from the wild, Blu (Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network) is a domesticated spix macaw living thousands of miles away from his homeland, Brazil. When his human owner Linda (Leslie Mann,17 Again) discovers that he is the last male of his kind, they head south to Rio de Janeiro to meet the […]

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Valentine’s Day (Blu-ray Review)

What can be more indicative of a romantic comedy than the title of Valentine’s Day?  Sure it’s sappy, and sure it’s formulaic as hell, but I just can’t shake the minority feeling that when I say compared to the handful of lackluster films I have seen theatrically these first five months of 2010, Valentine’s Day […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

What’s more indicative of a romantic comedy than the title Valentine’s Day?  Sure it’s sappy, and sure it’s formulaic as hell, but I just can’t shake the minority feeling that when I say compared to the handful of lackluster films I have seen theatrically these first two months of 2010, Valentine’s Day was one of […]

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Tracking Down The Spy Next Door

Today I braved the harsh Cleveland winter to have some Saturday morning fun at the cinema with everyone’s favorite martial artist Jackie Chan.  I mean, c’mon, who doesn’t like Jackie Chan?  His onscreen presence usually warrants a marginally safe draw at the box office and he seemingly always delivers good clean family fun.  The same […]

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The Spy Next Door a Welcomed Visitor

Jackie Chan just has this unmistakable likeability factor.  He’s kind of like the Chicago Cubs of actors.  I mean, who out there really hates the Cubs?  Even though they haven’t won a Series since Christ was a mess cook, people still adore the team.  It’s the same with Chan, who, even after making an abysmal […]

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