Tag Archive for 'John Corbett'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Seven New Indie Titles

The only thing stranger than Doctor Strange this week is the continued unprecedented amount of cinematic offerings for those with an eye out for alternative moving pictures.  (Movies find a way!)  From passionate docs about everything from climate change to unbroken human spirit to dramas about coming to terms with baggage past and present (and […]


The Lookalike (Blu-ray Review)

Looking at this film and all the actors and producers involved, it seems quite clear that The Lookalike was a script that a lot of people had faith in.  There is, indeed, a fun, pulpy story being told here, with enough characters, dark humor, twists, and turns to make for what could have been a […]


J-Lo Gets Jiggy With ‘The Boy Next Door’ (Movie Review)

I already know what you are thinking.  It’s the month of January.  This is the month where movies that studios have no faith in go to die.  You don’t need to tell me that.  I know that all too well.  However, there are four main reasons that actually managed to convince me to check to see this […]


THE LOOKALIKE: A New Neo-Noir Hitting Blu-ray This February

A little movie with a fun cast and it is described as a neo-noir thriller?  That all sounds good to me.  The Lookalike presents a murder mystery and lots of characters to follow and I am intrigued by what the results may be.  Husband and wife filmmakers Richard Gray (director) and Michele Davis-Gray (writer) assemble an […]


The Wonder Years – The Complete Series (DVD Review)

Since the advent of television on DVD, one series has had a vocal push to get it out and available for purchase.  The Wonder Years, the 1960s/early 70s coming of age television show was beloved and still cherished to this day.  Many years went by and there were never any plans for it.  Then it […]


I Made It Through Sex and the City 2 Unscathed!

Every once in awhile, being a reviewer means you have to see and sit through movies that you really have no interest in (to put it politely).  I accept that.  It comes with the territory and the job title.  Sure I may moan and groan about the film beforehand, but sometimes, just sometimes, you are […]