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Deepwater Horizon (Blu-ray Review)

Director Peter Berg knocked out two films in 2016, both based on true, tragic American events. It could have been tricky to do, but he seems to be more in his element than ever and that brings us to his take on a disaster film.  As you may remember, given all the media coverage, Deepwater […]

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DEEPWATER HORIZON – Starring Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Russell – On Blu-ray & 4K This January

Academy Award® nominee Mark Wahlberg* re-teams with director Peter Berg (Lone Survivor) in the tense, moving action drama Deepwater Horizon, arriving on Digital HD December 20th from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE Company. Filled with powerful performances and “white-knuckle tension” (USA Today) Deepwater Horizon will be available on 4K Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital […]

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‘Deepwater Horizon’ Delivers Fiery Intensity At Sea (Movie Review)

On the heels of Sully, we have another tense, biographical drama based around a recent American event, only this time with more disaster-based thrills.  Deepwater Horizon recounts the events that led up to the explosion and subsequent fire on an offshore drilling unit, resulting in the largest environmental disaster in U.S. history. Rather than heavily […]

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SDCC 2015: Open Road Panel HALL H

Hall H began with a bang with Bill Murray sauntering down the middle aisle to the tune of “Smoke on the Water.” Of course he received a standing ovation, not only because he’s Bill Murray, but also because it was his first Comic-Con appearance. Joined by “Rock the Kasbah” screenwriter Mitch Glazer, they were comfortable, […]

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Good People (Blu-ray Review)

Millennium Entertainment brings us the home entertainment release of the crime-thriller, Good People.   The film feature plenty of prestige and award respect flaunting talent in front of and behind the camera.  Let’s just start listing off shall we?  Academy Award nominee Henrik Ruben Genz directs the all-star cast lead by Academy Award nominee James Franco, […]

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GOOD PEOPLE: Starring James Franco & Kate Hudson, Available On Blu-Ray October 28

Millennium Entertainment is proud to announce the home entertainment release of the crime-thriller, GOOD PEOPLE. Academy Award® nominee Henrik Ruben Genz directs the all-star cast lead by Academy Award® nomineeJames Franco (127 Hours, Spider-Man, Milk), Academy Award® nominee Kate Hudson(Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Nine), Academy Award® nominee Tom Wilkinson […]

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Something Borrowed (Blu-ray Review)

Something Borrowed is one of those movies that I saw previews for and thought I didn’t need to see it in the theaters and would wait and rent it.  I’m sorry I waited because it is my new favorite chick flick, and I’m so thrilled to own it because it’s the kind of movie I’ll […]

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The Killer Inside Me (Blu-ray Review)

There were two main reasons why I wanted to see, own and ultimately review The Killer Inside Me on Blu-ray.  Anyone that knows me can probably guess the first reason with little to no effort on his or her part, Jessica Alba.  Yep, that’s right ladies and gentlemen, the lovely Jessica Alba graces us with […]

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‘The Killer Inside Me’ Stalks Blu-ray in September!

Here’s a title I am happy to see announced for the Blu-ray format.  The IFC film The Killer Inside Me will get the High-Definition treatment on Blu-ray this September.  The Casey Affleck, Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson thriller of romance, passion and murder will hit retail shelves on September 28th.  I caught this film On Demand […]

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‘The Killer Inside Me’ Sneaks Out This June!

It’s been a long time since the beautiful Jessica Alba has graced me with her presence on the silver screen.  Gerard is rolling his eyes at me right now.  Valentine’s Day just doesn’t count.  Well anyway, SHE’S BACK!  Better than ever?  Well, I’m counting down the days until June 18th to find out for myself. […]

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‘Nine’ Brilliant To The Last

If 2010 proves to be a year scarred by a multitude of bad films (which I don’t think will be the case), I will always have the Broadway-based Nine to make my top ten list.  Starring Daniel Day Lewis as the overworked and oversexed film director Guido Contini, the man is surrounded by a barrage […]

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