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Trolls (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Ahhh, the treasure trolls.  They’ve been around forever.  Everyone grew up with one, knows what they are, sold a lot of items based on different colors of hair.  Popular damn things.  Are they still?  Not sure.  However, wow, it has taken a REALLY long time for them to get a movie off the ground, right? […]

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The Accountant (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

The Accountant makes for a stupid film title in my opinion.  I don’t care how good the movie is, I still hate the name given.  I probably couldn’t come up with anything better, but that’s why I am writing Blu-ray movie reviews and not films themselves.  However, you can’t say it doesn’t grab your attention.  Come […]

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‘Trolls’ Sparkles And Glitters Its Way Through A Stock Animated Adventure (Movie Review)

Sometimes it is necessary to expect a level entertainment that simply does not work for you. Trolls is essentially fine in providing an assortment of colors and music to keep its intended audience (younglings) thrilled for a majority of the screentime. There is a message at its core, the voice actors all seem game, the […]

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Too Many Variables Complicate ‘The Accountant’ (Movie Review)

Right away it should be said that while The Accountant is not quite “good” it did impress me due to its existence. It was of little surprise to find that the film was once on the Hollywood Blacklist (a list of the most liked unmade scripts), as it clearly tries to accomplish a lot and […]

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Solve All Of Life’s Puzzles With ‘The Accountant’ (Movie Review)

The Accountant makes for a stupid film title in my opinion.  I don’t care how good the movie is, I still hate the name given.  I probably couldn’t come up with anything better, but that’s why I am writing movie reviews and not films themselves.  However, you can’t say it doesn’t grab your attention.  Come […]

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Arrested Development: Season 4 (DVD Review)

Arrested Development is one of my all-time favorite television series.  Mitch Hurwitz created the kind of sitcom that was hilarious, witty, well-acted, one-of-a-kind, and ahead of its time.  All of that means it was very well-regarded by critics, won numerous awards, and pockets of audiences knew the amazing show they were getting, only see it […]

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The Hangover: Part III (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s see…where did we last leave off with the Wolf Pack?  Oh yeah!  SECOND FILM SPOILER ALERT!  When we last saw them, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) had just surprised Dr. Stu (Ed Helms), I mean the dentist, with Mike Tyson at his Thailand wedding (read all about the good times here and here if you need […]

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The Hangover Part III Ends On Blu-ray This October

Well I’m not sure what else to say except IT ALL ENDS HERE.  Finally I guess.  The Hangover Part III arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, 2-Disc DVD Special Edition and Digital Download on October 8th from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.  The Blu-ray Combo Pack and 2-disc DVD Special Edition includes exclusive behind-the-scenes content and outrageous interviews […]

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Different’s Not Always Good: The Hangover Part III (Movie Review)

Let’s see…where did we last leave off?  Oh yeah!  When we last saw the Wolf Pack, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) had just surprised Dr. Stu (Ed Helms), I mean the dentist, with Mike Tyson at his Thailand wedding (read all about the good times here and here if you need a quick refresher).  Now I don’t […]

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The Hangover Part II (Blu-ray Review)

Unbeknown to anyone else beside myself, at the beginning of the year I decided there were a total of three movies I was really looking forward to in 2011.  The first, not a critic’s choice by any means, is the Independence Day sequel (joking), Battle: Los Angeles.  Unlike the majority of critics, I was able to […]

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Win Win (Blu-ray Review)

Win Win is the kind of movie I hope remains looked at as one of the early pleasures of 2011.  I do not think it will necessarily be one of my favorites of the year (honorable mention, sure), but it has the kind of charm and humor that makes for a movie I want many […]

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‘Win Win’ Scores A Blu-Ray Release This August!

Win Win is one of the films that entered into theaters, in limited release, during the early part of 2011.  I was a big fan of the film (find my review HERE), and soon everyone will be able enjoy it in the comfort of their own home.  On August 30, 2011, Win Win comes to […]

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Hangover 2: The Wolf Pack Strikes Back

Unbeknown to anyone else besides myself, at the beginning of the year I decided there were a total of three movies I was really looking forward to in 2011.  The first, not a critics choice by any means, has already came and went.   Of course, I’m talking about the Independence Day sequel (joking),  Battle: Los […]

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‘Hangover’ New Moon: The Wolf Pack Is Back

Before I get to explaining (in more words than I have to) that if you laughed at the first film, then (minus the originality) you’ll probably enjoy this one, I want to list some of the alternate sequel titles that my friends and I came up with for The Hangover Part II:  Hangovers, 2 Drunk […]

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NBFF Review: Lucky

The 12th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) has begun, and with that I have now been to my first screening.  Friday, April 29, 2011, saw the west coast premiere of the film Lucky, starring Colin Hanks, Ari Graynor, Ann-Margaret, and Jeffrey Tambor.  Lucky is a comedy that relies on two very quirky performances from […]

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Paul Giamatti Stars In Another ‘Win Win’

Win Win is the kind of movie I will be championing for a while.  I do not think it will necessarily be one of my favorites of the year (honorable mention, sure), but it has the kind of charm and humor that makes for a movie I want many people to see, especially given that […]

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Brian Learns About The Invention of Lying

Telling the truth is such an easy concept when you strip back the layers and psychoanalyze the action, but why is it so hard for people to ultimately do?  I’m sure you heard the phrase that honesty goes a long way.  So why does it always seem to get us in trouble when things are […]

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