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Tag Archive for 'Taraji P. Henson'

Hidden Figures (Blu-ray Review)

Hidden Figures is the kind of winning biopic I can easily champion. It joins a film like Queen of Katwe from last fall, in presenting a story I was not too informed about, with enough confidence to easily please those in search of a good story. The film does little to distance itself from other […]

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Courage Seen In ‘Hidden Figures’ (Movie Review)

Hidden Figures is the kind of winning biopic I can easily champion. It joins a film like Queen of Katwe from earlier this fall, in presenting a story I was not too informed about, with enough confidence to easily please those in search of a good story. The film does little to distance itself from […]

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No Good Deed (Blu-ray Review)

The poster for this dull home invasion thriller states, “From the Producers of Obsessed,” which gives a pretty good idea of what anyone is getting into with No Good Deed.  I say that meaning the viewer is either aware Obsessed was a really bad, trashy-type thriller or that they don’t even know the movie being […]

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NO GOOD DEED Available Jan. 6 on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD

Remember when this movie happened? Golden Globe® winner Idris Elba (Best Actor in a Mini-Series, TV’s “Luther”, 2012) and Academy Award® nominee Taraji P. Henson (Best Supporting Actress, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, 2008) headline the hair-raising thriller NO GOOD DEED, coming to Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD on Jan. 6 from Sony Pictures Home […]

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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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Peep World (Blu-ray Review)

I’ve recently become addicted to the TV show Dexter, and I requested a copy of Peep World on the basis that it stars the man who plays Dexter, Michael C. Hall.  When the Blu-ray arrived, I study the outside of the box to see that Michael C. Hall is not the first or only name listed. […]

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‘Larry Crowne’ Is Nice Enough To Just Not Care

I guess Tom Hanks could at least receive a “Thanks For Trying” award.  Back in 1996, Hanks made his directorial debut with That Thing You Do, a film that oozes likable charm.  Now, he has made Larry Crowne, a film that oozes something else.  I am not sure what it is that drove Hanks to […]

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