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Tag Archive for 'Lisa Kudrow'

The Boss Baby (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

The Boss Baby wanted in on some of that Zootopia cash in 2017. The trailer was one of those that was paired with Rogue One: A Star War Story and also hooked on to Sing! Yeah, those are some really successful movies that also had an attendance of young children and families. While it was […]

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‘The Boss Baby’ Deserves A Time Out (Movie Review)

He’s a boss and a baby. He’s a Boss Baby. The Boss Baby pitch meeting could not have been much simpler than that, but I guess that wouldn’t give credit to the original children’s picture book by Marla Frazee. Of course, that book is only 36 pages (and I’m sure The Bossier Baby isn’t much […]

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The Girl on the Train (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review)

Before I begin this 4K Ultra HD review I wanted to give a big shout out to all my new Facebook friends on the 4K Ultra HD Home Cinema Group (join all the conversations here) for their support.  So let’s get down to business now.  The Girl on the Train instantly had two things going for […]

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The Girl On The Train (Blu-ray Review)

The Girl on the Train instantly had two things going for it within my brain.  It features two actresses that will get me in the theater no matter what the film’s subject matter is about.  I’m respectfully talking Emily Blunt and Rebecca Ferguson.  Ever since Edge of Tomorrow, Sicario and Mission Impossible Rogue Nation I’m a sucker for both of them. […]

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The Girl On The Train Rides On Blu-ray & 4K Ultra HD This January

Here’s one I saw in the theaters and I liked quite a bit.  So this is what it’s all about.  Questioning everything she knows, a woman must face her terrifying past in the wake of a darkly mysterious event to piece together the truth in the provocative thriller, The Girl on the Train.  Based on USA TODAY’s 2015 […]

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Buy A Ticket To Ride With ‘The Girl On The Train’ (Movie Review)

The Girl on the Train instantly has two things going for it.  It features two actresses that will get me in the theater no matter what the film’s subject matter is about.  I’m respectfully talking Emily Blunt and Rebecca Ferguson.  Ever since Edge of Tomorrow, Sicario and Mission Impossible Rogue Nation I’m a sucker for both […]

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SDCC 2016 – Boss Baby out shined by Trolls panel?

Boss Baby was a surprise that popped up at the end of the Trolls panel.  It only lasted for about 30mins, but the opportunity to see footage of a talking baby voiced by Alec Baldwin was well worth the wait.  Boss Baby is the story of a family who’s new addition to the family turns […]

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Hidy Ho! ‘Neighbors’ (Movie Review)

In lesser hands, Neighbors could have been an easily forgettable mess of a film, with talented comedic performers simply going through the motions of a ‘versus’-type comedy.  The thing that separates a film like this from whatever junk a company like Happy Madison Productions tends to put out in theaters these days is the attempt […]

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Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion: 15th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

It’s time to kick up your heels and celebrate the 15th anniversary of a hilarious comedy hit starring Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino (Best Supporting Actress, 1995, Mighty Aphrodite) and Emmy Award winner Lisa Kudrow (Outstanding Supporting Actress, Comedy, 1998, “Friends”).  Experience the fun, the laughs and the sizzling soundtrack like never before on Blu-ray […]

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Who Do You Think You Are? Season One (DVD Review)

Have you ever wondered where your family came from?  Or whether or not there were any scoundrels or perhaps royalty in your bloodline?  I know I have and that’s why I wanted to review this. The shows format is simple: get some famous people and have some genealogists help them track down their historical relatives. […]

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Blu-ray Earns An ‘Easy A’

Get it?  Blu-ray earns an easy A?  I know.  Stupid!  Of course Blu-ray earns an easy A!  Duh!  Well anyway, what do we have here?  This one is really for all the Amanda Bynes fans out there.  Now why can’t I say that with a straight face?  LOL.  Okay, seriously.  Emma Stone stars in the […]

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An Average Grade for ‘Easy A’

Easy A is a high school comedy that tries to be a fun, modern take on The Scarlett Letter.  It features Emma Stone in the lead role, basically working to establish her as a leading star.  While the film is essentially a chick flick, it seems to have aspirations to push in some satirical elements […]

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There’s No Such Thing As An ‘Easy A’

Easy A is one of those films where let’s face it, if it were not for my wife wanting to see this, I think I could have come up with better ways to spend a free Thursday evening.  But as a critic, it’s your job to subject yourself to torture and to prevent the average […]

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