Tag Archive for 'Melanie Lynskey'

LA Film Festival 2017 – More Film Reviews

Films, films and more…films.  (LA Fest style!)  We here at WhySoBlu.com are trying to keep up with the cinematic offerings of the ongoing LA Film Fest 2017 (taking place June 14-22 at various Arclight Cinemas and theaters around LA – go to www.lafilmfest.com for more details!) and it’s a long movie race for sure.  Full […]


Sundance 2017 – Seven Feature Film Reviews + Final Fest Thoughts

The 2017 Sundance Film Festival has come to a close and it was interesting to actually be in Park City to experience an event I’ve only heard about all these years.  So to finish off all things Sundance related below are seven final feature film reviews including Bitch, XX, Where Is Kyra?, The New Radical, […]


Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Three New Indie Titles

A little less film fare dissection for me this week, but if you count the previous article on the works of four Steve Balderson flicks I’m way ahead of the movie review race this week.  In any case we’re going into more somber territory dealing with everything from revenge seeking fathers to loveless marriages all […]


Detroit Rock City (Blu-ray Review)

You wanted the best.  You got the best!  The hottest band in the world…KISS!!!  And the roar of the crowd goes absolutely banana nuts crazy.  How did that sound?  That was my best text recreation of the legendary lines employed at the beginning of KISS’ amazing Alive album, which forever changed the band members’ 4 lives […]


The Hilarious Rom-Com Spoof ‘They Came Together’ Arrives On Blu-ray This September

Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd star in the laugh-out-loud comedy, They Came Together, arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD September 2 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.  I happened upon this film, realizing that David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer, Role Models) had made a new movie, only to discover […]


Win Win (Blu-ray Review)

Win Win is the kind of movie I hope remains looked at as one of the early pleasures of 2011.  I do not think it will necessarily be one of my favorites of the year (honorable mention, sure), but it has the kind of charm and humor that makes for a movie I want many […]