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Tag Archive for 'Ice Cube'

Fist Fight (Blu-ray Review)

Fist Fight is a comedy that came and went this past winter and accomplishes what it sets out to do in the weakest way it can. Working as a very loose remake of Three O’Clock High, the novelty comes from seeing the meek Charlie Day go up against a very intimidating Ice Cube, all while […]

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Trespass – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Robevrt Zemeckis and Bob Gale are most known for their collaborative effort on the Back To The Future trilogy (Also Used Cars). Before that, they had a script lying around called The Looters. That film wound up getting picked up many years later by Walter Hill when he was looking for a thriller to pick […]

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xXx: Return of Xander Cage (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

While I have been completely disgusted by what has been transpiring with the divided American public this year (rioting, violence, demonstrations, destruction, etc) since the Presidential Inauguration there’s no doubt about it, the women very much have the power in xXx: Return of Xander Cage.  Feminists and enemies of President Trump cannot argue that.  Without […]

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Don’t TRESPASS At The CARWASH WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM For Shout! Select’s NEXT MOVIE(s)!

This June, Shout! Factory is proud to present four additions to Shout Select, a line of movie releases shining a spotlight on the essentials in film. Trespass, Car Wash, Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie and Where the Buffalo Roam all come to Blu-ray for the first time, complete with bonus features including new interviews with […]

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Fight It Out or Own FIST FIGHT on Blu-ray May 30

Meet the craziest teachers ever when “Fist Fight” arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. Ice Cube (“Barbershop: The Next Cut,” the “Ride Along” movies) and Charlie Day (“Horrible Bosses,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) star as high school teachers prepared to solve their differences the hard way in the comedy “Fist Fight,” […]

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Feminists Rejoice! Xander Cage Returns! (Movie Review)

That’s right.  I said it.  While I have been completely disgusted by what has been transpiring with the American public these past couple days (rioting, violence, destruction) since the Inauguration there’s no doubt about it, the women very much have the power in XXX: Return of Xander Cage.  Feminists cannot argue that.  Without the many […]

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‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Is The Best Trip To The Shop Yet (Movie Review)

When you have a premise that is as easy-going as watching characters interact in a barbershop, it’s not too much of a wonder to figure why it’s enjoyable. Coming in more than a decade after the last entry in this series, Barbershop: The Next Cut may have changed the setup a bit, but there is […]

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‘Ride Along 2’ Features A Limp Trek To Miami (Movie Review)

2014’s Ride Along was a forgettable action-comedy thriving on the chemistry of a clichéd mismatched partnership. It came out in January and while many may have just written it off, the film was a huge success. I wouldn’t go out of my way to recommend it, but it was fine for a lazy comedy to […]

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Shohan’s Top 10 Movie List for 2015

So concludes this year of movie adventures!  There have definitely been some surprising highs along with a few soul crushing lows, (cough) Fantastic 4 (cough).  But through it all, we have persevered to reach the truly great films of the past year that keep giving us a reason to leave our cozy homes in favor […]

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STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON – Red Band Trailer w/ Intro from Dr. Dre & Ice Cube

I see a lot of promise here.  Straight Outta Compton reunites Ice Cube and director F. Gary Gray (Friday!) for a film that chronicles the early lives of Cube, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, once known together as N.W.A. I am not usually one to check out red-band trailers (they tend to give away the goods, […]

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The Book Of Life (Blu-ray Review)

The Nightmare Before Christmas has become a widely loved kids film, when it comes to celebrating Halloween.  If things go the way they should, The Book of Life is in a nice position to become the film that represents Dia de los Muertos for kids, let alone brings it further into mainstream prominence.  Director Jorge […]

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Bring Home the Most Breathtaking Animation Family Adventure when “The Book of Life” Arrives on Blu-ray This January

The Book of Life was a wonderfully different animated adventure produced by Guillermo del Toro and written and directed by Jorge R. Gutierrez.  The film was a celebration of the day of the dead through a neat fantasy tale involving two friends voiced by Channing Tatum and Diego Luna, vying for the affections of their best […]

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22 Jump Street (Blu-ray Review)

It should be no surprise to anyone that the dynamic duo, hilarious tag team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back  reprising their respective roles from 2012 in the appropriately titled 22 Jump Street (I’ll expand upon that more down below).  I last talked about 21 Jump Street in my Blu-ray review over here in 2012 and I’m happy to […]

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‘The Book Of Life’ Is Full Of Life (Movie Review)

The Nightmare Before Christmas has become a widely loved kids film, when it comes to celebrating Halloween.  If things go the way they should, The Book of Life is in a nice position to become the film that represents Dia de los Muertos for kids, let alone brings it further into mainstream prominence.  Director Jorge […]

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22 Jump Street Addresses The Blu-ray Format November 18th

22 Jump Street sees Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum back in action in Columbia Pictures’/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures’ outrageously explosive comedy, debuting on Digital HD on Oct. 28th, and on Blu-ray and DVD Nov. 18th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Hill) and Jenko (Tatum) when […]

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Similar, But Across The Road We Have ‘22 Jump Street’ (Movie Review)

The boys are back, but not up to a whole lot that is new.  Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum made good the first time around, as their unlikely pairing made for an even more unlikely success with their comedic take on the 80s undercover cop series, 21 Jump Street.  Now we have the sequel, fittingly […]

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Jump Across the Street to ’22 Jump Street’ For a Jumping Good Time! (Movie Review)

It should be no surprise to anyone that the dynamic duo, hilarious tag team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, are back on the big screen reprising their respective roles from 2012 in the appropriately titled 22 Jump Street (I’ll expand upon that more down below).  I last talked about 21 Jump Street in my […]

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Buckle Up With Cube, ‘Ride Along’ With Hart, Laugh Maybe (Movie Review)

There is not much work to be done when reviewing a film like Ride Along.  It is a comedy, so I cannot exactly say whether someone will laugh or not, as it is all subjective.  The film is a buddy cop movie, which follows a long list of mismatched pairings designed to work, based on […]

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