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Inferno (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

The Da Vinci Code book was one of those that come around every so often that make non-readers take note of and spend time doing something they normally wouldn’t…they READ.  Yes, I’m one of those suckers too.  While I love to read I often have this problem in life called no time.  By the time I […]

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Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’ Not To Be Confused With The Prequel to ‘Rogue One’ (Movie Review)

The Da Vinci Code book was one of those that come around every so often that make non-readers take note of and spend time doing something they normally wouldn’t…they READ.  Yes, I’m one of those suckers too.  While I love to read I often have this problem in life called no time.  By the time […]

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‘Inferno’ Is Upon Hanks (Movie Review)

Following the sadly underseen Rush and the underwhelming In The Heart of the Sea, director Ron Howard returns to his moneymaking Robert Langdon film series with Inferno, based on the novel by Dan Brown. Tom Hanks is back too, continuing to portray his boorish, know-it-all character (although the hair is kept much more in check […]

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Welcome To ‘Jurassic World’ (Movie Review)

In preparation of Jurassic World, like a nerd, I spent the entire weekend cramming in the previous three films.  It’s safe to say that I’ve seen the first one like a hundred times, but the latter two, I honestly had no recollection of.  I also have to admit, these films aren’t really my favorites either. […]

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Jurassic World’s New Trailer and Poster Debut!

Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World.  Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly.  Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers.  However, none of those names will move ticket sales like the red hot […]

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Jurassic World Trailer Premiere Plus New Images!

“Clever girl.”  Well this is more exciting than I was expecting.  Jurassic World is coming and while I may not have many nice things to say about the previous Jurassic Park sequels (I like 3 more than The Lost World though), I still have a continue interest in dinosaurs and the world that these films exist in.  Now we […]

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The Lunchbox (Blu-ray Review)

A mistaken delivery in Mumbai’s famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects Ila, a neglected housewife, to Saajan (Irrfan Khan), a lonely man on the verge of retirement. Through a series of exchanged notes that they pass back and forth through the lunches, Saajan and Ila find comfort in their unexpected friendship. Gradually, their notes become […]

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‘The Lunchbox’ on Blu-ray & DVD July 1st!

The debut feature from writer/director Ritesh Batra and official selection of the Cannes, Toronto, Telluride and Sundance Film Festivals, THE LUNCHBOX arrives on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack* and Digital July 1 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This Sony Pictures Classics film tells the poignant story of two lonely people in India who find themselves corresponding when one of Mumbai’s […]

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Life Of Pi (3D Blu-ray Review)

I was very happy to see all the success that Life of Pi received during its theatrical run.  It is by no means a traditional Hollywood film, which is reflected by its international acclaim being more resonant than its domestic success.  With that said, the film did make a good splash box office-wise and critically, […]

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‘LIFE OF PI’ Journeys Onto Blu-ray This March

Life of Pi was a film I was really happy to embrace.  This is the story, based off the bestselling novel (claimed to be unfilmable for a long time), which chronicles the journey of Pi, a young boy who is stranded at sea, along with a tiger.  I saw it multiple times in theaters, namely […]

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‘Life of Pi’ Is A Splendid Visual Odyssey (Movie Review)

Upon hearing that this year would see the release of Life of Pi, a 3D film adaptation of the bestselling, but supposedly unfilmable book by Yann Martel, I was immediately feeling the same vibe that I had from Hugo in 2011. This feeling was amplified further upon learning that it was going to be directed […]

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Life of Pi Movie Review – Just Seen It

Guest reviewer Kevin Taft joins Rachel and Aaron to review this new adventure drama from director Ang Lee. Starring Kevin Taft, Rachel Appelbaum and Aaron Fink. Directed by Sean Wright. Synopsis: PI is stranded at sea after the ship he is on sinks in a storm. But he finds himself adrift, and at odds, with a Bengal […]

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In Treatment – Season Three (DVD Review)

Bringing viewers deeper into the process of psychotherapy than perhaps any previous show, In Treatment: The Complete Third Season picks up as Dr. Paul Weston (Golden Globe winner Gabriel Byrne, The Usual Suspects) continues to struggle with the aftermath of his recent divorce as well as his move to Brooklyn where he now practices.  In […]

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