Tag Archive for 'John C. McGinley'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Seven New Indie Titles

Indie films stretch vastly over high and low dog ratings this week – not to mention covering the full spectrum of genres to boot!  Unlikely superheroes, ex-boyfriend and father bonding, sci-fi wackos, elder basketball star docs, horrific curses, deadly office games and damaged gals seeking revenge fill out the seven films that make up the […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Talk Radio”

Currently watching Fences, a play turned movie that feels a tad stagnate, it reminds me that this week’s current stage to screen hidden gem is once again due to delight – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today’s selection is a great example of how to take a former piece of theater and make it cinematic. […]


Kid Cannabis (Blu-ray Review)

Kid Cannabis is the true story of an Idaho teen dropout who builds a multimillion-dollar marijuana ring by trafficking drugs through the woods across the Canadian border. But his pursuit of the high life – complete with girls, guns, and vicious rival drug lords – may leave this ex-pizza boy in way over his head. Director […]


‘Kid Cannabis’ on Blu-ray & DVD July 8th!

Based on a true story, KID CANNABIS debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD July 8 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Writer/Director John Stockwell’s (Blue Crush, Crazy/Beautiful) true-crime tale is based on a 2005 Rolling Stone article detailing the outlandish saga of an eighteen year old, self-described “loser by legacy” high school dropout and his friend whose lives are changed forever when they […]


‘42’ Is An Old-Fashioned Story Of An American Legend (Movie Review)

I don’t acknowledge this very often, but I like to bookend my reviews with quotes from the film.  Sometimes they sum up the film in a sense and other times they are just quotes I enjoyed the most.  The two I have chosen for 42, a film that chronicles the introduction of Jackie Robinson into […]


25 Years Later…Platoon on Blu-ray!

I often get heckled about my love for movies and having not seen some of the films considered essential classics.  One such film has always been Platoon.  Well things are about to change in my life.  No, it’s not that I can’t get enough of Charlie Sheen as of late, but instead I’m actually looking […]