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Buster’s Mal Heart Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD July 18th

Emmy Award winner Rami Malek (“Mr. Robot”) stars in Writer/Director Sarah Adina Smith’s (The Midnight Swim) psychological thriller BUSTER’S MAL HEART, available on digital now and on Blu-ray and DVD July 18 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Malek plays a troubled man on the run who recalls the mysterious events that brought him to his present fugitive state. Buster’s Mal Heart also stars DJ Qualls […]

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‘Night At the Museum’: London Drift (Movie Review)

I had fun with this film.  There is more to read, but how much do I really need to say about the third film in a series about Ben Stiller interacting with museum exhibits that come to life at night, thanks to the power of a magic tablet?  Okay, so maybe that sentence alone can […]

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How Much Need Was There For ‘Need For Speed’? (Movie Review)

Need for Speed is a lot like a shady used car salesman.  The film presents the viewer with the shininess of something new; in this case a video game movie that relies on a heavy use of practical effects to show off fancy cars driving fast.  However, beneath this kinetic frosting are a lot of […]

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Jesse’s Braking Just Fine In ‘Need For Speed’ (Movie Review)

Alright, let’s set the record straight.  I like Aaron Paul.  I like his work in Breaking Bad and the remake of The Last House on the Left, but I have my reservations going into Need For Speed last Thursday evening.  For starters, it’s based off of a video game.  Now let’s all be honest with […]

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Short Term 12 (Blu-ray Review)

Here is the kind of dramatic indie feature that I can happily support, as it manages to hit a lot of familiar beats, while taking some steps in different directions from the norm.  The film features a strong lead performance by Brie Larson, solid support from both the adult and younger actors involved, and this […]

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Short Term 12 Is A Wonderful Film That Can Be Found On Blu-ray & DVD This January

I did plenty to try and promote Short Term 12 during its limited release late in the summer (Review HERE), but still wish it got more notoriety.  It does not hurt that it is currently up for many different critics and film group awards, with maybe some chances at Oscar, but we will see.  Regardless, […]

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