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Baywatch: Extended Cut (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

If you’re of my generation, who didn’t watch television’s Baywatch growing up?  I mean of course we all watched for Knight Rider‘s David Hasselhoff and beach babes like Pamela Anderson, Nicole Eggert, Yasmine Bleech and Carmen Electra were just icing on the cake.  Sure (wink, wink).  Baywatch is not only part of our pop culture, but like […]

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Baywatch Is Bodacious With Beaches, Babes and Blasts (Movie Review)

If you’re of my generation, who didn’t watch television’s Baywatch growing up?  I mean of course we all watched for Knight Rider‘s David Hasselhoff and beach babes like Pamela Anderson, Nicole Eggert, Yasmine Bleech and Carmen Electra were just icing on the cake.  Sure (wink, wink).  Baywatch is not only part of our pop culture, but like […]

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Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Every summer folks flock to see the giant superhero blockbusters, the big animated features for the family (That a lot of adults get more out of), large scale epics, Purge movies and some of those small films that click along the way.  Forgotten among the ranks sometimes are the straight comedies and rom coms with […]

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Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (Blu-ray Review)

Great comedy sequels or even good comedy sequels are rare to come by. So many risks are taken when it comes to both recapturing a certain magic and taking a premise to a new level. 2014’s Neighbors is not exactly a film that lends itself to a sequel, but it was a hit and the […]

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Seth Rogen & Zac Efron Are Back in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Available On Blu-ray This September

Just when you thought it couldn’t get more outrageous, Seth Rogen (This Is The End, Pineapple Express) and Zac Efron (The Lucky One, That Awkward Moment) return in the hilarious, no boundaries comedy, NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING, coming to Digital HD September 6, 2016 and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on September 20, […]

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Neighbors 2 Plays It Safe and Succeeds (Movie Review)

I have a weird kind of attachment to the first Neighbors outing.  It’s not because I liked it a lot, but it’s because it’s the last time my parents came down to visit me in Austin, TX.  You see, besides some friends, my parents are the only ones who have ever came down to visit […]

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‘Neighbors 2’ Joins The Ranks Of Great Comedy Sequels (Movie Review)

Great comedy sequels or even good comedy sequels are rare to come by. So many risks are taken when it comes to both recapturing a certain magic and taking a premise to a new level. 2014’s Neighbors is not exactly a film that lends itself to a sequel, but it was a hit and the […]

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Dirty Grandpa – Unrated (Blu-ray Review)

There was something a bit subliminal that drew me into eventually reviewing Dirty Grandpa on Blu-ray.  Maybe it was partly my love of Bad Grandpa (see my review here) or my loss of my own grandfathers in real life, but it could have also been that ingenious swag Lionsgate sent over too (see below).  You pick.  However, I do miss […]

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We Are Your Friends (DVD Review)

With the proliferation and international appeal of electronic music it is hard to explain why such a fresh and ripe new movement hasn’t garnished more attention from the film industry. The first feature film directed by Max Joseph(Catfish: The TV Show), We Are Your Friends attempts to shine the cinematic light on this relatively new and emerging […]

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Seth Rogen & Zac Efron Star In NEIGHBORS – Available On Blu-ray Combo Pack 9/23

Confession.  I missed out on Neighbors when it hit theaters a couple months ago.  Just didn’t work out for me.  But, I’m excited as ever to see it when it drops on Blu-ray in a few months.  I have heard nothing but positive about it.  I was also a member of the fraternity with which […]

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Hidy Ho! ‘Neighbors’ (Movie Review)

In lesser hands, Neighbors could have been an easily forgettable mess of a film, with talented comedic performers simply going through the motions of a ‘versus’-type comedy.  The thing that separates a film like this from whatever junk a company like Happy Madison Productions tends to put out in theaters these days is the attempt […]

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‘That Awkward Moment’…Indeed (Movie Review)

A few days ago I was discussing the HBO series Entourage with some friends and going over how it began as a fairly entertaining series, but eventually amounted to some conflict that could be extinguished with the simple mantra of, “Vince and the gang are going to be alright.”  The show mainly relied on the […]

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At Any Price Movie Review – Just Seen It

Salim, Aaron and guest reviewer Jami Philbrick discuss this new drama about corporate farming. Henry wants his son Dean to take over the family’s farming business.  But Dean prefers the thrill of being a race car driver. As Henry comes under investigation, the two unite to save the farm. WATCH US ON PBS SOCAL Saturdays […]

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‘The Paperboy’ Misses The Delivery

It seems like The Paperboy should have enough to make it an entertaining, trashy thriller.  It has all of the right ingredients, with several actors giving strong performances just for the sake of adding on to a film that does not even really need it.  Yet, the plot is shapeless and lacks anything that resembles […]

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The Lorax Has Arrived on Blu-ray and on Draw Something!

Today, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Zynga announced a first-time partnership to commemorate the highly anticipated debut of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax on Blu-ray & DVD on August 7th.  Starting today, this week-long in-game integration brings one of the year’s top animated films to Zynga’s popular games Draw Something and Words With Friends to benefit local schools across the United States.  The […]

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Find Out If You’re ‘The Lucky One’

Vanilla can be an underrated flavor.  The Lucky One is a film that does everything as one would expect it to do and has little shading to really differentiate it from what one expects a romantic drama to be.  It has several impossibly nice characters, one jerk, and plenty of adorable animals living in a […]

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‘The Lorax’ Is Certainly A Colorful Film…

I was kind of excited about this one.  That’s saying something in my eyes, as I have yet to really enjoy a full length Dr. Seuss feature film.  How the Grinch Stole Christmas was pretty forgettable, I try not to talk about The Cat in the Hat, and Horton Hears a Who was a step […]

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