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Möbius (Blu-ray Review)

In the high stakes world of espionage, one Russian FSB operative will do whatever it takes to crack an international money laundering operation and American banker, Alice, is the key. The only problem is that he isn’t the only one after Alice. Now he must find out who he can trust and use everything he […]

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‘The Monuments Men’ on Blu-ray & DVD May 20th!

George Clooney’s action thriller THE MONUMENTS MEN marches its way onto Blu-ray Combo pack, DVD and Digital* May 20 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Robert M. Edsel with Bret Witter, the film pays tribute to the real men and women who risked their lives to recover and […]

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The Wolf of Wall Street (Blu-ray Review)

At last, after months of waiting since last Christmas, I was able to view my favorite movie of last year, Wolf of Wall Street, in the privacy of my own home.  As expected, once again, it did not let me down.  I re-experienced 3 hours of pure enjoyment. That’s right, I said 3 hours of enjoyment […]

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‘Möbius’ on Blu-ray & DVD April 15th!

Academy Award® Winner Jean Dujardin (Best Actor, The Artist, 2011) and Academy Award® nominee Tim Roth (Best Supporting Actor, Rob Roy, 1995) star in new spy thriller Möbius arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital HD UltraViolet), DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet), Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View April 15 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Möbius will also be available on Digital HD April 1, two weeks […]

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‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Trades on Blu-ray March 25th

What even needs to be said about this film other than one of the biggest flicks of 2013 is finally coming home to our beloved HD format of choice, Blu-ray?!  Oh hell…let’s just get it over with.  The Wolf of Wall Street is coming home to Blu-ray on March 25th courtesy of Paramount Home Media Distribution. […]

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‘The Monuments Men’ aka The Nerdy Dozen (Movie Review)

For all the great things The Monuments Men brought together in an effort to make an exciting war picture, with a good-natured twist, the film certainly felt pretty lifeless and dull.  I tend to make it no secret that I am happy to embrace the marketing of films, in an effort to get me excited […]

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‘The Artist’ Speaks Volumes As A Likable Ode To The Silent Film Era

This past year has been notable to me in the way nostalgia has been informing many films. Hugo, The Muppets, The Illusionist, Midnight in Paris, and Super 8, among many others I could make arguments for have all had this theme running through them. Now we have The Artist, an incredibly likable film that serves […]

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