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Transformers: Age Of Extinction (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Now, we’ve come to a close on our Thanksgiving marathon session of the Transformers films. Maybe if I feel the need, I’ll write some thoughts on The Last Knight so that this site will have an archive of all my thoughts on every Transformers film. Seriously, I’ve done all but that one including the animated […]

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‘Storks’ Deliver A Silly Baby Story (Movie Review)

Sometimes it is hard to be in check on how closely one is really supposed to examine a film. Storks is an animated comedy that presents a world where the use of Storks to deliver babies was a common understanding with humans. The very idea of this makes me overthink things to a ridiculous degree. […]

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Reach Me (Blu-ray Review)

Led by a stellar ensemble cast, the inspirational dramedy REACH ME tells interwoven stories from a diverse group of people who are united by one thing a powerful book from an anonymous and reclusive author (Tom Berenger). When the book’s positive message goes viral, a journalist (Kevin Connolly) and his editor (Sylvester Stallone), a former inmate (Kyra Sedgwick), a […]

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The Expendables 3 (Blu-ray Review)

Way back when I wrote my theatrical review of The Expendables 3 I talked about how I initially promised myself I would have nothing to do with this movie after I learned about the abysmal PG-13 rating the filmmakers trimmed it down to be to comply with requirements of the much feared MPAA in order to get […]

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The Expendables 3 Shoots It Up on Blu-ray This Thanksgiving

The Expendables 3, the third explosive film in the action-packed franchise, arrives with a never-before-seen Unrated Extended Edition (surprise, surprise) on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus Digital HD) and On Demand November 25th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  News flash for the peeps who don’t care about physical possessions in life.  The Expendables 3 will be available in Digital HD […]

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Transformers Age of Extinction (Blu-ray Review)

Transformers Age of Extinction, the fourth film in the Michael Bay Transformers franchise, is both a theatrical movie and a Blu-ray that I wanted nothing to do with.  The last two, minus seeing Megan Fox and her sexy thumbs in the second film, were absolute bowel movements in motion.  How many times can we see the same story repeated […]

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The Expendables 3: Rocky Balboa vs. Sgt. Martin Riggs (Movie Review)

This is the one movie I promised myself I would have nothing to do with after I learned about the abysmal PG-13 rating the filmmakers trimmed it down to be to comply with requirements of the much feared MPAA in order to get it out to a wider audience (more about that later).  If it […]

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‘The Expendables 3’: Cheap, Chopped, And Cheesy (Movie Review)

At this point in the Expendables franchise, it seems apparent that there is little understanding as to how to really deliver on what could make these films true action delights.  The story means little to me in these films, the presence of all the big name action heroes is more important than their acting, but […]

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Trans4mers: Continental Drift (Movie Review)

How does one approach reviewing a movie like Transformers: Age of Extinction?  It ultimately does not matter too much, as this Michael “Boom Boom” Bay-directed franchise has no real problem turning a profit, even while critics and a certain percentage of audiences chuck nothing but garbage its way.  This is the fourth installment of the […]

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Transformers: Age of Extinction – The Bowel Movement (Movie Review)

Let it be known before we get started here that I wanted nothing to do with this fourth film in the Michael Bay Transformers franchise.  The last two, minus seeing Megan Fox and her clubbed thumbs in the second film, were absolute crud.  How many times can we see the same story repeated over and […]

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Transformers 4 Gets A New Trailer, Poster, And More!

As we head closer and closer to what I am sure Michael “Boom Boom” Bay refers to as T-Day, more and more marketing materials are going to pop up to get people excited for yet another giant F-ing robots movie.  It is almost like we haven’t had much of a break, given the arrival of […]

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‘BOSS: Season Two’ Arriving And Taking Power On Blu-ray In April

On April 9th, Season 2 of Boss debuts on Blu-ray and I am curious to see more of this strongly acted Starz series, starring Golden Globe winner Kelsey Grammer.  I previously reviewed the first season (review HERE) and was left thinking that the second season could most likely be even better and more confident in […]

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Boss: Season 1 (Blu-ray Review)

Boss is a political drama series starring Kelsey Grammer as the mayor of Chicago.  The show was broadcast on Starz and initially arrived with so much confidence that the network greenlit a second season a few weeks before the first season even premiered.  I would not necessarily say that Starz got a little ahead of […]

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Toy Story 2 3D / 2D (Blu-ray Review)

From the filmmakers behind Finding Nemo, Cars, and Up comes the celebrated comedy, Toy Story 2.  Watch your favorite characters jump off the screen as you rediscover the humor, heart and friendship of this hilarious adventure that goes to infinity and beyond in astonishing Disney Blu-ray 3D!  Enter Disney and Pixar’s incredible world with Woody, […]

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Fame (Blu-ray Review)

I’m not sure what everyone’s problem is with this film.  I have previously been lambasted for openly writing my feelings about how much I liked Fame during its theatrical run and I have seen and heard nothing but pessimistic and repugnant comments from the critical community.  Am I the only one out there who sees […]

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Fame: Live Your Dreams On Blu-ray!

Dream it…Earn it…Live it…with Fame this January on Blu-ray.  The Blu-ray disc with Digital Copy will take center stage in your living room on January 12th from MGM Home Entertainment featuring an Extended Dance Edition not seen in theaters.  Despite what most critics might have thought, I actually liked the film (see here).  It’s an underdog […]

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Fame! Brian’s Going To Live Forever!

Should I be concerned or seriously ponder anymore why Fame was one of the best movies I have seen theatrically in the past month?  I’m not really sure how I feel about this.  It sits a little uneasy with me.  I go to this movie I had little to no interest in, especially considering the […]

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