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Get Your Stocks In Order, THE BIG SHORT debuts on Blu-ray Combo Pack March 15th

From the guy that gave you a scene in Step Brothers, where Will Ferrell put his testicles on John C. Reilly’s drum set, you now have the film that awarded him an Oscar nomination for Best Director and more. Based on the best-selling book by Michael Lewis, THE BIG SHORT details the true story of four outsiders who […]

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New Trailer for Universal Pictures’ ‘By The Sea’

Hey folks!  I just wanted to share the latest news I just received from our Universal PR person.  The new trailer for Universal Pictures’ By The Sea has just debuted online.  Written, directed and produced by Academy Award winner Angelina Jolie Pitt, By The Sea serves as her directorial follow-up to Universal Pictures’ epic Unbroken.  Interestingly […]

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Fury (Blu-ray Review)

April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds […]

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Bring the ‘Fury’ on Blu-ray & DVD January 27th!

David Ayer (End of Watch) directs an all-star ensemble cast led by two-time Academy Award® nominee Brad Pitt (Best Supporting Actor, Twelve Monkeys, 1995; Best Actor, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, 2008) in the gritty war story FURY, available on Digital HD Dec. 30 and on Blu-ray™ and DVD Jan. 27 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Set in the closing […]

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A Tough Drive And the ‘Fury’ Five (Movie Review)

World War II has been the source of a lot of great war movies, let alone movies in general.  It seems to have a near endless supply of material, when it comes to developing new ideas for screenplays.  Fury may not be the first film about a tank crew, but it does seem like a […]

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12 Years A Slave (Blu-ray Review)

12 Years A Slave is a truly gripping story that most certainly serves as an unflinching look at a horrible period of a man’s life, within a time period where injustice against man may have been at its peak in America, but does so with a mood that seems to distinguish itself from other period […]

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The Counselor: Unrated Extended Cut (Blu-ray Review)

For film lovers, the idea of putting director Ridley Scott and author Cormac McCarthy together for a film seemed like a grand idea.  Between Scott’s abilities to provide thrilling atmosphere and a compelling depiction of process in his films and McCarthy’s skill for writing about the darkest sides of humanity, while sometimes adding a slight […]

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Bring home 2014 Golden Globes Best Drama “12 Years A Slave” on Blu-ray This February

Come this March, the title of the post may need to be altered to “Best Picture Winner”, but regardless, one of the best and most important films of 2013 comes to Blu-ray on February 18th.  12 Years A Slave tells the true story of Solomon Northrup, a man kidnapped and forced into slavery in the […]

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Catch Ridley Scott’s Edge-of-Your-Seat Thriller, “The Counselor,” on February 11!

To be fair, I did not come up with the title of this post nor would I have wanted to write that, that was on the press release e-mail.  That said, while I was initially disappointed in theaters by Ridley Scott’s The Counselor, I am one to pay attention to his extended/director cuts of his […]

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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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‘12 Years A Slave,’ A Powerful Memoir Skillfully Brought To Life (Movie Review)

It can be a challenge to express why certain dramas work on a viewer more than others.  A film like 12 Years A Slave, which is based on the true life chronicle of man kidnapped and forced into slavery, could function on a level that dwells purely on misery and offers little beyond sadness for […]

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World War Z (Blu-ray Review)

It felt like this movie had been in production for so long that it would take the second coming for it to be any good.  However, before we get into whether or not God’s son came back or not let’s examine the ways World War Z has suffered from setbacks.  First thing first, Brad Pitt’s […]

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Brad Pitt’s Hair and World War Z on Blu-ray September 17th!

I have been having a BAD, BAD day today so when this hit my inbox just moments ago I felt like a kid with rich parents on Christmas morning.  Thank you to the Paramount PR team for bringing some sunshine into my life today.  I am forever in your debt now.  So now that I’m […]

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Brian White’s Top 5 Films of 2013 So Far…And A Quick Look Ahead

I’ve never really wrote a piece like this before on the site so early in the year as its usually something I step aside and graciously hand the reigns over to our “Godfather” of theatrical movie reviews, Mr. Aaron Neuwirth, to cover.  However, most recently I’ve become very concerned after I compiled and examined the […]

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‘World War Z’ Trades In Cliffnotes Of The Book For Cliffhanger Thrills (Movie Review)

World War Z is a big surprise and in a very favorable way.  As a big fan of the gripping 2006 novel by Max Brooks (Son of Mel), everything I saw in the footage and news leading up to the release of the film adaptation indicated disaster.  It seemed that everything about the book, with […]

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Don’t Be Afraid To Go Into Battle With ‘World War Z’ (Movie Review)

It feels like this movie has been in production for so long that it would be a miracle if it was any good. Let’s take a quick look back and count the ways World War Z has suffered from setbacks. First thing first, Brad Pitt’s production company, Plan B Entertainment, first secured film rights in […]

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Killing Them Softly Movie Review – Just Seen It

Sean, Leah and Liz review Brad Pitt’s newest mob drama with an all-star cast. Starring Sean Wright, Leah Aldridge and Liz Manashil. Directed by Amy Taylor. Synopsis: Thieves rob a mob-backed poker games and make off with a load of cash. So professional enforcer Jackie Cogan,, is brought in to track them down. But as he digs […]

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