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Warrior Gets a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Release October 24th!

Directed by Gavin O’Connor (The Accountant, Miracle) (Story by Gavin O’Connor & Cliff Dorfman, Screenplay by Gavin O’Connor & Anthony Tambakis & Cliff Dorfman), relive the epic Oscar®-nominated* fight that pins brothers against each other when Warrior arrives on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray™ and Digital HD) for the first time on October […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “Extreme Prejudice” (In Memory of Powers Boothe)

With the passing of the Powers Boothe this week a tribute to the iconic actor for any fan of great film is a movie must.  But since his best work in my opinion has already been given the past picture royal treatment via former movie home (see the Forgotten Friday Flick review of John Boorman’s […]

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Forgotten Friday Flick – “Teachers”

Feeling strangely movie academic this week leads us to a past picture selection that helps both educate and entertain…welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today we’re hitting the books and heading to class for a cinematic story about the ups, downs and student clowns that make up one ruckus high school.  It’s a dramatic yet comically […]

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Interview: Legendary Director Walter Hill Talks The Assignment, Ry Cooder and A Career Of Memorable Movies

In terms of iconic directors with a rich filmography to die for, nobody is more notable than the legendary Walter Hill.  A seasoned filmmaker with a long list of bold flicks (his first flick right out of the gate was Hard Times with the equally cool Charles Bronson!), huge hits (48 Hrs. introduced an already talented […]

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Jason Statham Hits Hard On Blu This May With ‘Parker’

On May 21st Parker comes home to Blu-ray, DVD, and UltraViolet.  This is the action-heist film starring Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez.  I missed Parker when it was in theaters, but I do look forward to checking it out.  I like Jason Statham and what he generally brings to action movies, so a film starring […]

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Crazy, Stupid, ‘Gangster Squad’ (Movie Review)

Gangster Squad is the R-rated, spiritual successor to Dick Tracy that nobody wanted.  The film is a stylish exercise in action sequences, featuring a bunch of good actors that have decided not to do much acting, aside from Sean Penn, who attempts to devour every scene he is in and hopes to stop short of […]

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Gerard’s Top 10 FILMS of 2011

As promised, here is my Top 10 FILM list for 2011. I actually had to scramble in compiling this list, because there was one movie that I needed to see before my deadline and I was confident that it would go on my list. Did it, though? That’s what you’re going to have to read […]

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‘Warrior’ Skillfully Tackles The Mixed Martial Art of Acting, Action, and Storytelling

When it comes to addressing the sports movie genre, I tend to be a bit unenthusiastic.  While there are many good sports movies, I feel it’s a genre of film that really needs to do something special to get me to want to appreciate it more.  Warrior has done that.  It is an inspiring, heartfelt, […]

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Arthur (Blu-ray Review)

Finally, the much delayed Why So Blu review of the Arthur Blu-ray is here!  One of the best things I can say about Arthur is that a lot of people laughed really hard when I saw it in theaters, and that does not make them wrong.  However, the percentage of those people who had seen […]

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‘Zookeeper’ Arrives on Blu-ray, Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack, DVD and Digital October 11

The animals at the Franklin Park Zoo break their time-honored code of silence and reveal that they can talk in the family-friendly comedy Zookeeper, coming to Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, single disc Blu-ray, DVD and Digital October 11 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  Kevin James (Grown Ups, Paul Blart: Mall Cop) is loveable zookeeper Griffin Keyes, […]

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‘ZOOKEEPER’ is Kevin James + Talking Animals + Famous Voices + Family Rating = DUD!

Let me start out by saying that I am a secret fan of Kevin James.  I liked him in King of Queens on TV, in his movie roles such as Hitch, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Grown-ups, The Dilemma and so on.  I’m not saying these titles are fantastic, but I didn’t feel like my skin […]

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Have A Drunken Laugh Or Two With ‘Arthur’

Arthur puts itself in a difficult place when it comes to evaluating it.  One of the best things I can say about Arthur is that a lot of people laughed really hard in my theater, and that does not make them wrong.  However, the percentage of those people who had seen the original 1981 Arthur […]

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