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‘Think Like A Man Too’ Vegas Baby (Movie Review)

Sometimes the strength of an ensemble can outweigh the bad ideas some have, as far as how to continue on with a film that had no real need to continue.  That almost works here.  2012’s Think Like a Man was somewhat of a surprise hit, with Kevin Hart beginning to break out big, and a […]

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The Spike Lee Joint Collection – Volume 2 (Blu-ray Review)

Hey, you’ve seen Brandon Peters’ review for the Spike Lee Joint Collection, Volume 1.  Now it’s time for Volume 2, are you ready?  Do you want to see it?  Well good, because apparently Disney felt the need to put together a number of Spike Lee’s Touchstone produced films into random Blu-ray packages for people to […]

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About Last Night (Blu-ray Review)

Something that I notice does not get enough attention regarding comedies is editing. I am not talking about the pace of a film necessarily, which I see brought up a lot; notably with Judd Apatow-produced comedies lately, which tend to feel a bit shaggy. When I say editing, I am referring more to the structure […]

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ABOUT LAST NIGHT Available on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital May 20

Before we get to the official words by Sony, I just want to say that I really enjoyed this film (Review HERE), so I look forward to more people checking it out, once it is release.  Anyway:  Kevin Hart (Think Like A Man, Ride Along), Michael Ealy (Last Vegas, Think Like a Man), Regina Hall […]

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THE SPIKE LEE JOINT COLLECTION Coming To Blu-ray!

This doesn’t make up for Oldboy, but alas someone is finally digging into Spike Lee’s back catalog of films.  And, funny enough, I now need to write a new piece for next week’s ‘Wishlist’ article as it was going to be for The 25th Hour which now sees a release date of June 10!  It also […]

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So…About ‘About Last Night’ (Movie Review)

Something that I notice does not get enough attention regarding comedies is editing.  I am not talking about the pace of a film necessarily, which I see brought up a lot; notably with Judd Apatow-produced comedies lately, which tend to feel a bit shaggy.  When I say editing, I am referring more to the structure […]

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UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING Rises on Blu-ray May 8th

Okay.  This one can go either way.  I know some people that hated this film and some people that loved it.  Put me down for pleasantly surprised.  I went into the theatrical screening of this one with very low expectations and I came out liking it.  Why?  Because it was a hot, skin tight black […]

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SDCC 2011: Screen Gems: Underworld Awakening and Attack the Block

Mid-afternoon in Hall H on Friday at San Diego Comic Con was an interesting place to be when it came time for the Screen Gems panel.  As the studio had two films to plug, one being the fourth in a successful franchise that I have no real interest in and the other being a future […]

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Takers Gives Back Mediocrity

As the trailer for Takers first rolled some months back, I cringed at the spectacle.  It appeared to be a movie of hipness and not functionality.  It contained a bunch of good-looking guys who aren’t necessarily known for their acting abilities, but more for their chiseled features.  The premise is nothing new.  A crew of […]

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