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Hidden Figures (Blu-ray Review)

Hidden Figures is the kind of winning biopic I can easily champion. It joins a film like Queen of Katwe from last fall, in presenting a story I was not too informed about, with enough confidence to easily please those in search of a good story. The film does little to distance itself from other […]

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Courage Seen In ‘Hidden Figures’ (Movie Review)

Hidden Figures is the kind of winning biopic I can easily champion. It joins a film like Queen of Katwe from earlier this fall, in presenting a story I was not too informed about, with enough confidence to easily please those in search of a good story. The film does little to distance itself from […]

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The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Ninth Season (Blu-ray Review)

It’s time for my September ritual!  The Big Bang Theory returns to the Blu-ray format.  Truth be told I’m excited to be covering the release for the third year in a row now.  You can find my Blu-ray coverage of season seven here and eight over here.  This year it’s the complete ninth season right […]

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Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas (Blu-ray Review)

Just in time for the holidays, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings home Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas, an uplifting story about family, friendship, and the magic of the holiday season. This stop-motion animated holiday musical movie combines the humor and spirit of the beloved holiday film Elf with songs from the Broadway hit Elf: The Musical […]

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Home: Party Edition (Blu-ray Review)

You are all invited to a party! The Home Party Edition Blu-ray that is. This animated film from Dreamworks, directed by Tim Johnson (Antz, Over the Hedge), features the voices of Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) and Rihanna (Battleship) as an alien and a human, both displaced and journeying together to try to find […]

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The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Eighth Season (Blu-ray Review)

It’s another year and I’m back!  And so is he!  Who?  Why Sheldon Cooper of course!  He’s back from his seventh season soul-searching cross-country train trip  and that means The Big Bang Theory gang’s all here to spread another year’s cheer as TV’s most celebrated comedy in the complete eighth season of the infamous CBS sitcom.  So […]

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DreamWorks’ ‘Home’ Is Nothing To Phone Home About (Movie Review)

The “cute factor” always plays a big role in animated features made for a family audience. As it stands, I am happy to watch these animated features that manage to balance a level of cuteness with some witty writing, good-natured humor, or other fairly positive elements that make for a good film. Home definitely makes […]

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The Big Bang Theory The Complete Seventh Season (Blu-ray Review)

The Big Bang Theory, now entering its eighth season this year on CBS (season premiere 9/22), has long been one of my girlfriend’s favorite primetime shows.  She’s actually the one responsible for making me such a huge fan too.  Although I have to be honest.  Five years went by before I even watched a single […]

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Gregg’s Top 10 Blu-rays of 2011

So many Blu-rays, so little time. If I bought every disc I wanted to see this year, I would’ve gone broke before the summer ended. There were some great releases that didn’t make my list such as Swingers, Attack the Block, and True Blood: Season 3. Then there were the sure-fire films I thought would make […]

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The Big Bang Theory: Season 3 (Blu-ray Review)

For months, people in the office tell me they can’t believe I’ve never seen CBS’s super hit comedy, The Big Bang Theory.  “You’re totally cut out for that show,” one co-worker would exclaim.  “What?!  Watch it already!” as another would command.  The fact is, I rarely watch network television.  I find a lot of sitcoms […]

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