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Tag Archive for 'Kumail Nanjiani'

The Big Sick (SXSW Review)

The Big Sick is an uproariously funny comedy that had to tread a very difficult line since a major portion of the film takes place in a hospital and has one of the major characters in a coma. A film written by and starring Kumail Nanjiani (“Silicon Valley”), directed by Michael Showalter (Wet Hot American […]

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Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Every summer folks flock to see the giant superhero blockbusters, the big animated features for the family (That a lot of adults get more out of), large scale epics, Purge movies and some of those small films that click along the way.  Forgotten among the ranks sometimes are the straight comedies and rom coms with […]

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The X-Files – The Event Series (Blu-ray Review)

I guess it all depends upon what you want to call it, The Event Series or Season 10, but make no mistake about it, The X-Files was revived some 13 years later and came back stronger than ever this past January on prime time television.  If you suffered with me through my epic Blu-ray review […]

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Silicon Valley: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

Working in the IT industry myself I can’t tell you what a breath of fresh air it is to see people going through the same stress, trials and tribulations as myself in the industry, but presented in a comedic fashion unlike Batman v Superman (sorry could not help it with that jab).  I may not […]

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Silicon Valley The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)

Take it from me as I have a lot of friends in the tech world and Silicon Valley represents!  What do I mean about that?  Well, I honestly wish I could tell you, but I’m sworn to secrecy.  However, anyone in that “inner circle” will admit that Silicon Valley‘s a trip, and some of it “could” […]

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Hell Baby (Blu-ray Review)

After reviewing fun the horror-comedies Big Ass Spider! and Bad Milo, it seemed like I was on a pretty good streak as far as this genre was concerned.  I really wish I could have liked Hell Baby more.  Some of the creators of The State and Reno 911 have gotten together to make a horror […]

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