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Tammy (Blu-ray Review)

If there is one film that deservingly has the right and proudly should be able to give the middle finger write at box office pundits (that don’t write for Forbes), its Tammy.  This $20 million budgeted “one for me” film opening with a good $21 million opening weekend over 4th of July and because it […]

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Tammy Is Sad, Messy, and Occasionally Endearing (Movie Review)

It is unfortunate that Tammy does not quite work overall.  Here we have a character-based, R-rated comedy, featuring a large number of female characters, with ideas that extend beyond big-budgeted set pieces, and it is arriving in theaters just in time for the Fourth of July.  Melissa McCarthy fans may certainly enjoy the opportunity given […]

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“The Way, Way Back” Comes Home To Blu-ray and DVD This October

Those that have been following Why So Blu should know that The Way Way Back and I have gotten along quite well.  I loved the film when I saw it way way back in April (Review HERE) and I have since been able to interview the cast and crew (those can be found HERE).  On […]

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‘The Way, Way Back’ Cast & Crew Interviews: Nat Faxon And Jim Rash

The Way, Way Back is the coming of age story of 14-year-old Duncan’s (Liam James) summer vacation with his mother, Pam (Toni Collette), her overbearing boyfriend, Trent (Steve Carell), and his daughter, Steph (Zoe Levin). Having a rough time fitting in, the introverted Duncan finds an unexpected friend in Owen (Sam Rockwell), the gregarious manager […]

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NBFF Review: The Way Way Back

The closing night film for the 2013 Newport Beach Film Festival is a real audience pleaser.  The Way Way Back is a fairly standard coming-of-age story about an introverted boy opening up to others thanks to good-natured people he befriends, away from his family.  The film is not breaking any new ground nor is it […]

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Ben and Kate – FOX Fall 2012 Pilot Review – Just Seen It

David, Sean and Rachel take a look at this new FOX Sitcom. Starring David Freedman, Sean Wright and Rachel Appelbaum. Directed by Amy Taylor. Synopsis: Nat Faxon and Dakota Johnson star in this new Fox comedy about a responsible single mom and her trouble-making brother. When Ben shows up unexpectedly in Kate’s life, she braces for the worst. […]

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