Back in the days I used to fashion myself as a pretty big Ghostbusters fan. I lost count how many times I seen the original back in the 80’s, but I can honestly attest to only seeing the second film once. We all know how bad that film is so I won’t even go there. Needless to […]
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I’m EXCITED for this one!!! Proton-packed and taking the supernatural world by storm, the GHOSTBUSTERS: ANSWER THE CALL EXTENDED EDITION debuts on digital September 27 and on 4K Ultra HD/Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack and Blu-ray October 11 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Armed with more ghostbusting action and plenty of attitude, the new EXTENDED EDITION […]
The prospect of putting together a new Ghostbusters is a daunting one, yet an interesting challenge. While the 1984 fantasy-comedy is regarded by many (including myself) as a classic, the concept of a group of scientists in the business of catching ghosts opens up a world of possibilities. Despite the many people (including the original […]
Back in the days I used to fashion myself as a pretty big Ghostbusters fan. I lost count how many times I seen the original back in the 80’s, but I can honestly attest to only seeing the second film once. We all know how bad that film is so I won’t even go there. […]
Top Five is Chris Rock’s third go-around as writer/director of a feature film. His first film(s) were Head of State, and I Think I Love My Wife. I have not seen those two but was really anxious to see his latest film Top Five. The buzz surrounding Top Five was favorable and the trailers and promotional materials were pretty funny, so it […]
Infused with Chris Rock’s razor-sharp comedic edge, the “dazzlingly, uproariously funny” (Sam Lansky, Time) TOP FIVE debuts on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and VOD March 17, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The film arrives two weeks early on Digital HD March 3. Hailed by critics as “authentically hilarious” (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) and “fast and blisteringly funny” (Manohla Dargis, New […]
I am a fan of seeing live standup comedy. Something I have observed in that setting is what people can get away with. Something about the standup environment allows comedians and audiences (within reason) to joke and laugh about things they would otherwise consider too much of a taboo. With Top Five, Chris Rock has […]