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Minions (Blu-ray Review)

The breakout stars the world fell in love with in Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me global film franchise headline their own movie for the first time in Minions, available on Digital HD November 24, 2015, and on Blu-ray™Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on December 8, 2015 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. A […]

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MINIONS Are ‘Happy’ To Come To Blu-ray December 8th!

The breakout stars the world fell in love with in Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me global film franchise headline their own movie for the first time in Minions, available on Digital HD November 24, 2015, and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on December 8, 2015 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. […]

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‘Minions’ Is Just Colorful Noise (Movie Review)

It has happened. The Minions now have their own film. Admittedly I am not a Minions fan. I have seen both Despicable Me films and have not been fond of their antics. A whole film about them is not exactly something that was going to rock my world, but I am happy to give everything […]

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TOP 10: Brian White’s Most Obsessed Over Blu-rays of 2014

Unlike recent years, I really didn’t acquire as many Blu-ray titles in 2014 as I typically do in a 12-month calendar.  Sure there are Blu-ray titles that I reviewed and held onto, but the others made their way into my collection when they were either priced exceptionally well (mostly horror sets I never grabbed before) or “Day 1” titles that […]

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Gravity (Blu-ray Review)

When I first saw Gravity, it was extremely difficult to walk into a movie like this when there was so much hype and garnered praise surrounding it.  I mean, it has to be good, right?  Well, that’s the exact sentiment and question I carried with me when I went into my initial 3-D IMAX theatrical screening […]

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Take A Space Ride With ‘Gravity’ & Own On Blu-ray 2/25!

Here’s a flick that has really garnered a lot of attention, not only when it came out theatrically last year, but also during the holiday season when it was mentioned on just about everyone’s Top 10 list of films in 2013.  And going into the Awards season here shortly, you can rest assured that you […]

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Gregg’s Top 10 Films of 2013

What an interesting year we had as it presented us with plenty of ammo at both ends of the quality spectrum. We had the horridness known as Machete Kills, as well as the brilliance of films such as J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek sequel. It was also another year of super heroes. Some arrived from the pages […]

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Aaron’s Top 10 Films of 2013 And Other Odds & Ends

It was a big year, but somehow I managed to put together a list of my favorite films of 2013.  I have to say that this was once again not the easiest list to put together.  Theatrically, I have seen 150+ films this year, so there were a lot of films to consider and figure […]

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Brandon’s Rendition Of The Top 10 Films Of 2013

It started off kind of weak and had a slightly mediocre summer (for mainstream movies), but overall 2013 was a really great year for movies.  I say that because this Top 10 list was an incredibly difficult task to put together.  One of the most challenging things every year is we are so hyped up […]

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Kori’s Top 10 MUST-SEE Films of 2013

So another year has come and gone way too quickly, bringing with it a long list of great movies as well as some I wish I could get the hours of my life back.  So with this being said, if you are anything like me, then you have a hard time choosing which movie to […]

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Brian White’s Indisputable Heavyweight ‘Top 10 Films of 2013’

The calendar year of 2013 was a tough one for me in the film department.  However, unlike my recent Top 10 Blu-ray list over here, where I struggled to even find ten Blu-rays that I really really liked in 2013 (only leaving off Cloud Atlas), I find myself faced with a smorgasbord of films that […]

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The Heat (Blu-Ray Review)

2013’s highest grossing live action comedy hits Blu-ray in a release loaded with extra humor.  Paul Feig follows up his smashing success Bridesmaids with another female driven comedy, this time taking on the buddy cop genre.  Up until the recent opening weekend of Gravity, The Heat was Sandra Bullock’s highest grossing weekend of all time.  […]

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‘Gravity’, A 2013 Space Odyssey (Movie Review)

Gravity is an answer to what film can be all about.  It charts a journey for a character, while presenting it in a most spectacular fashion.  The amount of work that must have went into carefully crafting every aspect of this film, from the story to the tiniest visual detail that rears its head, is […]

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Let Go And Lose Yourself In ‘Gravity’ (Movie Review)

It’s extremely difficult to walk into a movie like this when there’s so much hype and garnered praise surrounding it.  I mean, it has to be good, right?  Well, that’s the exact sentiment and question I carried with me into Tuesday evening’s screening of Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity shown to all of us in 3-D IMAX.  […]

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‘The Heat’ Emits A Low Flame (Movie Review)

This is the story of a by-the-book FBI agent teaming up with a sloppy, but dedicated Boston Police detective to take down some bad guys.  They are mismatched and hate each other at first, but will have to learn to get along if they want to prove themselves to the other officers and agents.  The […]

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Don’t Get Burned By ‘The Heat’ (Movie Review)

Make no mistake, I’m solely doing this review for my girlfriend.  Am I not a nice guy or what?  After seeing Melissa McCarthy in this year’s Identity Thief I absolutely wanted nothing to do with her ever again.  I grew so tired and disgusted hearing her cuss and drop endless F-bombs for absolutely no reason […]

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The Blind Side (Blu-ray Review)

Cinderalla stories are not always abundant, and that even holds true for the fictional ones, brought forth from the creative mind of someone whose paper or computer is their canvas.  Take Michael Lewis for instance.  Here is an author who decided to write a story about a rags-to-riches scenario with a little bit of good […]

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The 82nd Oscars in Review

Roger Ebert recently said that he couldn’t think of an easier year to predict the Academy Award winners.  Sure enough, most of the pre-show claims out there turned out to be accurate with Iraq war drama The Hurt Locker taking the most heralded prize of the evening for Best Picture.  Other notables include Jeff Bridges […]

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