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Prepare for ‘Their Finest’, which arrives on Blu-ray this July

Based on the best-selling novel by Lissa Evans, the delightful and heartwarming period piece, Their Finest, arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD on July 11 from Lionsgate; Digital HD on June 30 and On Demand on July 11 from EuropaCorp. From the producers of Brooklyn and Carol, Their Finest takes place in Britain during […]

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Logan (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Logan is a film that really needs no elaborate setup to whet your appetite for.  If you have not already, you should be practically dying to see this one.  The mere fact that this even got made with an R-rating is no doubt thanks to the brilliance and success of last year’s Deadpool.  Had it not been for […]

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‘Logan’, Logan! Come Back! Bye, Logan (Movie Review)

With Logan serving as a final X-Men film for the Wolverine we all know and enjoy, Hugh Jackman has to be feeling pretty good about going out on top. After having played the role for 17 years, the prospect of not getting into insane shape every couple of years allows Jackman some peace. Not that […]

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The Legend of Old Man ‘Logan’ (Movie Review)

Logan is a film that really needs no elaborate setup to whet your appetite for.  If you’re not already, you should be practically dying to see this one.  The mere fact that this even got made with an R-rating is no doubt thanks to the brilliance and success of last year’s Deadpool.  Had it not […]

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Crack the code with Dom Hemingway on Blu-ray July 22

Even knowing what this film is based on the trailer I have seen, my gut reaction continues to be, “What the hell is this?”  Jude Law playing a jerk and bringing along Withnail & I‘s Richard E. Grant for the ride seems like it could be a lot of darkly comedic fun, but who knows.  […]

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Love Hurts (DVD Review)

When I watch a movie, my expectations are very important.   Some of my current favorite movies disappointed me initially and I answered no when asked if I liked them.   It usually takes me a while to watch the movie again, accept it for what it is (instead of hoping the filmmakers had done […]

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