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THE BOXTROLLS On Blu-ray & DVD January 20th!

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes in the family event movie The Boxtrolls. Starring, in voice performance, Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley, Isaac Hempstead Wright (Game of Thrones), and Elle Fanning (Maleficent), the new movie from animation studio LAIKA, the makers of the Academy Award®-nominated Coraline and ParaNorman, comes to Blu-ray™ 3D and Blu-ray™ […]

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Here Be ‘Boxtrolls,’ Delightful, Stop-Motion Fun (Movie Review)

It is one thing to put out a film that is a film that shows off the hundreds of hours of work that went into crafting a wholly unique world and set of characters, but it is another thing to merge that craftsmanship with a wonderful story about identity and societal roles of all things.  […]

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The Watch (Blu-ray Review)

I am all for a good comedy and fun & games, but I do also appreciate when the pieces of a film, no matter how initially scatterbrained, eventually work out within the realm of logic that said film has established.  The Watch is very funny in various moments, because it features funny people getting to […]

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The Watch Takes Over Neighborhoods On Blu-ray This November

Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade take male bonding to hilarious new heights in this outrageous, no-holds-barred comedy that gets funnier every time you watch! There’s trouble brewing in peaceful Glenview, Ohio. That’s why four civic-minded citizens, armed with flashlights, walkie-talkies and spiffy new jackets, have teamed up to safeguard their community. […]

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The Watch Movie Review – Just Seen It

Teresa, Sean and Rachel review the new comedy from Ben Stiller about four average Joes who discovers an impending alien invasion and decide that they alone must stop it. Watch what  they have to say about The Watch and make sure to give us your comments. Starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard […]

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Here Comes ‘The Watch’ And There Goes The Neighborhood

I am all for a good comedy and fun & games, but I do also appreciate when the pieces of a film, no matter how initially scatterbrained, eventually work out within the realm of logic that said film has established.  The Watch is very funny in various moments, because it features funny people getting to […]

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