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Tag Archive for 'Jean-Claude Van Damme'

The Expendables 2 (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Sylvester Stallone’s all action heroes all the time series The Expendables will be complete now on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with Lionsgate’s releasing of the first two films come May 2nd.  Both are seeing just a picture and audio update on the films themselves as no new bonus features are being added to these new […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Five New Indie Titles

There’s no shortage of lessor known film fare this week, though not all the movie news is good.  But frankly scouring the smaller cinema is a lot like gambling – even though the house has the advantage there’s always hope for that rare big payday.  (Aka gems and duds will get reviewed!)  Going from high […]

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Brandon’s Blu-ray Wishlist – July 25, 2014

We continue our ‘Countdown To Expendables 3‘ edition of the Blu-ray Wishlist with a film from the library of Expendables II star and scene stealer Jean-Claude Van Damme.  When I was younger I was a pretty big Van Damme fan.  He seemed to be the hipster choice of action star when it came to them. […]

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Welcome To The Jungle (Blu-ray Review)

Action icon of the 80s and 90s, Jean-Claude Van Damme take his first roundhouse kick at comedy in Universal’s Welcome To The Jungle.  The film also stars Adam Brody, Rob Huebel, Megan Boone and Dennish Haysbert.  This film debuted at the Newport Beach Film Festival last year and has been currently making a limited theatrical […]

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Enemies Closer (Blu-ray Review)

Once upon a time there was a boy, who in the early nineties became infatuated with the world of martial arts.  As a small, skinny and frail boy, who grew up in a culture with heroes like Chuck Norris and even Ralph Macchio in the Karate Kid films with bullies abound, he wanted nothing more […]

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WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE On Blu-ray March 25th!

Believe it or not, I’ve been looking forward to this one, as its been getting some good acclaim and buzz from people I do trust.  It’s Jean Claude Van Damme in an adventure comedy, and after that car commercial where he did the splits, what wrong can this man do?  It also boasts Adam Brody, […]

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Jean-Claude Van Damme Keeps His ‘Enemies Closer’ on Blu-ray

If you cannot tell, as a childhood fan of action movie icon Jean-Claude Van Damme, I’m pumped about the announcement of Enemies Closer, which will be arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD UltraViolet), DVD (plus Digital Ultraviolet) and Digital HD March 11th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  I saw this movie’s trailer on iTunes trailers weeks ago and […]

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NBFF Review: Greetings From Tim Buckley, Isolated, And Welcome To The Jungle

Saturday at the 2013 Newport Beach Film Festival was a busy day.  I specifically planned it that way, as I wanted my Sunday to be more relaxed.  So I ended up seeing 4 different films, none of which were similar in any way.  It was a full schedule and I have thoughts on three of […]

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‘The Expendables 2’: The Legend Of Van Damme’s Gold

The Expendables are back and older than ever, plus Liam Hemsworth!  This action-packed sequel is silly and stupidly entertaining, but at least it delivers on what seemed to be promised in the first film.  I was let down by the first film, due to its intent on striving for a fairly serious tone and boring […]

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Kung Fu Panda 2 debuts on awesome Blu-ray and DVD gift packs December 13th

DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc.’s spectacular follow up to the Academy Award®-nominated original debuts on Blu-ray and DVD on Panda 2sday, December 13, 2011.  Combining non-stop action, beautiful storytelling and stunning animation, the “winning sequel” (USA Today) delighted viewers of all ages with its engaging story that is both “hilarious and full of heart” (WABC-TV).  The […]

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The Daily Blu…November 3, 2009

First of all, Happy G.I. Joe day!  One of my favorite films of the year, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, made its Blu-ray debut today and I could not be happier.  Fans of the film, or peeps wanting to learn more about the Blu-ray edition, should check out our own Brian White’s Blu-ray review […]

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