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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Seven New Indie Titles (And One Short!)

Indies, indies, indies!  Banking on the theory that some good movies do indeed come in small packages, it’s time once again to dig into the lesser-known cinema scene in hopes of finding some gems amongst duds.  (Or at least a flick that entertains and inspires!)  Tales of missing kin, the history behind a classic flick, […]

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Girls Trip (Blu-ray Review)

Here’s something to remember: 2017’s most successful comedy was Girl Trip. Made from a relatively low-budget and crossing $100 million domestically, as well as garnering plenty of praise from critics, this was a film that hit big. People can talk about it being a surprise, but that’s nonsense. Make a good comedy with broad appeal […]

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GIRLS TRIP – The Breakout Comedy of the Year Arrives on Blu-ray This October

Follow four best friends on an adventure of a lifetime as they reunite for a weekend of fun, festivities and outrageous adventures only to learn they are not as strong apart as they are together. Grab your best friends for a night of debauchery and laughs when Girls Trip becomes available on Digital HD on October 3, 2017 and on Blu-ray, […]

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‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Is The Best Trip To The Shop Yet (Movie Review)

When you have a premise that is as easy-going as watching characters interact in a barbershop, it’s not too much of a wonder to figure why it’s enjoyable. Coming in more than a decade after the last entry in this series, Barbershop: The Next Cut may have changed the setup a bit, but there is […]

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‘Think Like A Man Too’ Vegas Baby (Movie Review)

Sometimes the strength of an ensemble can outweigh the bad ideas some have, as far as how to continue on with a film that had no real need to continue.  That almost works here.  2012’s Think Like a Man was somewhat of a surprise hit, with Kevin Hart beginning to break out big, and a […]

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About Last Night (Blu-ray Review)

Something that I notice does not get enough attention regarding comedies is editing. I am not talking about the pace of a film necessarily, which I see brought up a lot; notably with Judd Apatow-produced comedies lately, which tend to feel a bit shaggy. When I say editing, I am referring more to the structure […]

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ABOUT LAST NIGHT Available on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital May 20

Before we get to the official words by Sony, I just want to say that I really enjoyed this film (Review HERE), so I look forward to more people checking it out, once it is release.  Anyway:  Kevin Hart (Think Like A Man, Ride Along), Michael Ealy (Last Vegas, Think Like a Man), Regina Hall […]

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So…About ‘About Last Night’ (Movie Review)

Something that I notice does not get enough attention regarding comedies is editing.  I am not talking about the pace of a film necessarily, which I see brought up a lot; notably with Judd Apatow-produced comedies lately, which tend to feel a bit shaggy.  When I say editing, I am referring more to the structure […]

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Scary Movie 3 (Blu-ray Review)

There are countless reasons why I should think of this movie as low-brow, stupid, and idiotic attempt at a spoof film. However, I found myself laughing out loud throughout the entire movie, from the side-splittingly hilarious opening titles to the “twist” ending. Along with being a major improvement over the painful Scary Movie and Scary […]

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Brian Enjoys Talking About Death at a Funeral

I went into Wednesday night’s screening of Death at a Funeral with a bad attitude.  My day was lackluster.  It was one of those days you just simply eek through life and would rather forget.  So long story short, I went into the preview screening already expecting to hate it.  That’s always a bad thing […]

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