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Inferno (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

The Da Vinci Code book was one of those that come around every so often that make non-readers take note of and spend time doing something they normally wouldn’t…they READ.  Yes, I’m one of those suckers too.  While I love to read I often have this problem in life called no time.  By the time I […]

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Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’ Not To Be Confused With The Prequel to ‘Rogue One’ (Movie Review)

The Da Vinci Code book was one of those that come around every so often that make non-readers take note of and spend time doing something they normally wouldn’t…they READ.  Yes, I’m one of those suckers too.  While I love to read I often have this problem in life called no time.  By the time […]

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‘Inferno’ Is Upon Hanks (Movie Review)

Following the sadly underseen Rush and the underwhelming In The Heart of the Sea, director Ron Howard returns to his moneymaking Robert Langdon film series with Inferno, based on the novel by Dan Brown. Tom Hanks is back too, continuing to portray his boorish, know-it-all character (although the hair is kept much more in check […]

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Burnt (Blu-ray Review)

Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all and lost it. The former enfant terrible of the Paris restaurant scene had earned two Michelin stars and only ever cared about the thrill of creating explosions of taste. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive star though, Jones will need to leave his bad […]

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Burnt Heats Up On The Blu-ray Format This January

Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company are proud to announce the home entertainment release of the delectable “four star feast” (Pete Hammond, Deadline) Burnt starring the “strong ensemble cast” (Philippa Hawker, The Sydney Morning Herald) Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook, American Sniper, Upcoming: Joy) Sienna Miller (American Sniper), Omar Sy (Jurassic World, The Intouchables), Daniel Brühl (Inglourious Basterds, Rush), Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl, Ex Machina), Matthew Rhys ( TV’s “Brothers […]

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Welcome To ‘Jurassic World’ (Movie Review)

In preparation of Jurassic World, like a nerd, I spent the entire weekend cramming in the previous three films.  It’s safe to say that I’ve seen the first one like a hundred times, but the latter two, I honestly had no recollection of.  I also have to admit, these films aren’t really my favorites either. […]

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Jurassic World’s New Trailer and Poster Debut!

Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World.  Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly.  Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers.  However, none of those names will move ticket sales like the red hot […]

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Jurassic World Trailer Premiere Plus New Images!

“Clever girl.”  Well this is more exciting than I was expecting.  Jurassic World is coming and while I may not have many nice things to say about the previous Jurassic Park sequels (I like 3 more than The Lost World though), I still have a continue interest in dinosaurs and the world that these films exist in.  Now we […]

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Good People (Blu-ray Review)

Millennium Entertainment brings us the home entertainment release of the crime-thriller, Good People.   The film feature plenty of prestige and award respect flaunting talent in front of and behind the camera.  Let’s just start listing off shall we?  Academy Award nominee Henrik Ruben Genz directs the all-star cast lead by Academy Award nominee James Franco, […]

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GOOD PEOPLE: Starring James Franco & Kate Hudson, Available On Blu-Ray October 28

Millennium Entertainment is proud to announce the home entertainment release of the crime-thriller, GOOD PEOPLE. Academy Award® nominee Henrik Ruben Genz directs the all-star cast lead by Academy Award® nomineeJames Franco (127 Hours, Spider-Man, Milk), Academy Award® nominee Kate Hudson(Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Nine), Academy Award® nominee Tom Wilkinson […]

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‘X-Men’: Logan’s Run Back To The Future (Movie Review)

How do you bring everyone together? That is the question returning X-Men director Bryan Singer must have been set on answering in his attempt to not only combine the casts from nearly every previous X-Men film, but find a way to satisfy everyone with what is basically the biggest X-Men film ever. The results are […]

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Gregg’s Tremendously Top 10 Blu-rays of 2013

There were plenty of great releases that arrived on store shelves this year, but let’s be honest. Will any year really compare to what came out in 2012? I mean, last year for Blu-rays was like what 1939 was for cinemas. It was only twelve months ago when the year’s releases included E.T., Jaws, Singin’ […]

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Comic-Con 2013: 20th Century Fox Panel

Although Fox never listed what was going to be covered during their Comic-Con panel this year, I knew I had to be there because I was pretty sure that The Wolverine would be included and I had a sneaky suspicion that we might get to see some X-Men: Days of Future Past footage.  I was […]

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The Intouchables (Blu-ray Review)

Last year, a French film arrived on the shores of the U.S. and flew under the radar of many a movie-goer. Granted, this happens quite often with foreign films here in the States when Hollywood has a stranglehold on the film industry. Still, that’s not to say a film made abroad cannot compete with the […]

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‘The Intouchables’ Touches Blu-ray on March 5th

Here’s one I never did catch in the theater, but looked oh so good.  A real tear jerker if you ask me.  I heard so many good things about this Golden Globe nominee for Best Foreign Language Film.  March 5th can’t come fast enough.  Why do I want to make myself cry?  I have no […]

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Gregg’s Triumphant Top 10 Tantalizing 2012 Films

Earlier this month I released my worst films of 2012.  That was probably one of the easiest lists I ever put together.   The good ones from the year the Mayan calendar ended were a little more difficult to assemble.  It was another year of superheroes at the box office which brought in super dividends for […]

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