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Man Up (Blu-ray Review)

Single 34-year-old Nancy, who hasn’t been in a relationship in four years, accidentally runs into 40-year-old divorcee Jack, who believes she is a blind date he is supposed to be meeting. Sensing a connection, Nancy forgoes telling Jack the truth and decides to play along in Man Up. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film […]

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Manhattan: Season One (Blu-ray Review)

Set against the backdrop of the mission to build the world’s first atomic bomb Manhattan follows the brilliant but flawed scientists and their families as they attempt to coexist in a world where secrets and lies infiltrate every aspect of their lives.  

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Cronenberg Draws Up Satirical ‘Maps To The Stars’ (Movie Review)

Leave it to director David Cronenberg (The Fly, A History of Violence) to spend decades making studio films outside of Hollywood, only to finally shoot a film in Hollywood that looks to take it down.  Of course, it would help if this acerbic, satirical take on Hollywood culture was a little more attuned to the […]

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Seventh Son Is An Epic Mess (Movie Review)

Seventh Son is a mess of familiar ideas, talented actors, and competent (but mostly ugly) visual effects; all brought together into one horrible movie.  There are various ways to approach a review for a movie like this, most of which involve making fun of it, and honestly, this is the kind of movie that has […]

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‘Sabotage’ Has Been Breached (Movie Review)

Sabotage is a nasty little thriller from writer/director David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch), which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger in another leading action movie role, following his term as Governor.  The film is getting its share of notice for having a plot that feels akin to an Agatha Christie-styled whodunit, as it revolves around Arnold’s […]

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Hyde Park on Hudson Movie Review – Just Seen It

Sean, Leah and Liz review this historical drama based on true events prior to World War Two.Starring Sean Wright, Leah Aldridge and Liz Manashil. Directed by Cullen Metcalf-Kelly. Facing imminent war with Germany, the King and Queen of England pay a visit to FDR. The weekend grows more complex as the President considers American involvement in […]

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Get An Education on Blu-ray

I hope I wasn’t misleading with the title.  LOL.  Here’s one of those titles that is up for an Academy Award that many people quite frankly probably never even heard of.  I am one of those people.  In fact, I just saw it was playing finally at local theater near me.  I don’t know how this […]

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