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‘Million Dollar Arm’ Fouls Out (Movie Review)

It is easy to see the main issue with Million Dollar Arm, as it is all over the poster. I like Jon Hamm, I look forward to seeing what he does, once Mad Men ends and he can really delve into some much better film roles, which he is more than able to handle, but […]

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New Clips And A Featurette From MILLION DOLLAR ARM!

Directed by Craig Gillespie from a screenplay written by Tom McCarthy, Walt Disney Pictures’ drama “Million Dollar Arm” stars Jon Hamm, Aasif Mandvi, Bill Paxton, Suraj Sharma, Lake Bell and Alan Arkin. The producers are Mark Ciardi, Gordon Gray and Joe Roth. The executive producers are Palak Patel, Kevin Halloran, Bill Simmons and Connor Schell. […]

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Comedy Bang Bang: The Complete First Season (DVD Review)

I am a big fan of Comedy Bang Bang and the comedic sensibilities of its creator and star Scott Aukerman.  I have to follow that statement by saying Comedy Bang Bang can be very divisive, as it presents a type of absurdist humor that not everyone can go along with.  Yes, the show features a […]

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Mad Men: Season 6 (Blu-ray Review)

By now, people should know whether or not they are into Mad Men.  Sure the show could perhaps gain some new followers at this point too, but Mad Men has a unique style and handle on how it proceeds, so getting into the 6th season, I was happy to continue on with the journey of […]

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Explore The Golden Age Of Advertising With Mad Men: Season 6 On Blu-ray This November

This past season of Mad Men continued to live on the fact that these characters are established well enough that we can just let them run wild in the 60s.  The previous season may have been a tad better, but I love Mad Men and the series continues to be fantastic all around.  Much to […]

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Mad Men Season 5 (Blu-ray Review)

After a long delay, Mad Men came back this past spring and was able to continue to show why it is among the best that television currently has to offer. With four seasons already in the bag and an ending in sight, Made Men is basically cashing in on all that has been established thus […]

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‘Mad Men: Season Five’ Is In Business This October

The latest season of Mad Men will soon be available for all to own on Blu-ray and DVD this October.  It is one the best shows on TV and certainly one of my favorites.  Here is what Lionsgate had to say:  The men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce are back with all-new drama […]

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Friends With Kids (Blu-ray Review)

Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Jon Hamm star alongside Jennifer Westfeldt and Adam Scott in a daring and hilarious ensemble comedy about a close-knit circle of friends whose lives change once they have kids.  The last two singles in the group (Westfeldt and Scott) observe the effect that kids have had on their friends’ relationships and […]

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Mad Men Retrospective – Just Seen It TV Review

As Mad Men starts its fifth season, David and Leah look back at the cultural impact of the show and what can be expected in the new season. Mad Men follows the world of marketing in New York City in the early to mid-1960s and the people who sell those dreams. As Mad Men starts […]

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The Town: Ultimate Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

The Town is a very fun bank heist/cops and robbers movie.  The film is Ben Affleck’s second time in the director’s chair, a follow up to the excellent Gone Baby Gone, and this film continues to prove that he is quite capable behind the camera.  The film is well made, wonderfully entertaining, and backed by […]

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Sucker Punch (Blu-ray Review)

Since the film’s theatrical release, it has been very interesting to hear everyone’s thoughts on Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch.  I have people in my life that very much opposed the film, going as far to say its subject matter is an abomination of the screenplay format, and others like me who can’t wait to view […]

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‘Bridesmaids’ Showers You With The Funny

Bridesmaids is a very funny movie.  It is not because it tries to make chick flicks “cool” by adding a raunchy side so guys can laugh too.  It is also not because I feel I need to support this film for the sake of making women feel appreciated.  That is all bogus.  This movie is […]

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Don’t Get “Sucker Punched” Into Buying a Ticket!

Leading up to the film’s release it has been very interesting to hear everyone’s thoughts on Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch.  I have people in my life that very much oppose the film, going as far to say its subject matter is an abomination of the screenplay format, and others like me who can’t wait to […]

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I’m A “Sucker” For These Girls

Warner Brothers has released a bounty of  really cool theatrical posters of their big budget picture Sucker Punch which is due in theaters on March 25th.  What’s to say that hasn’t already been said?  The film is directed by Zach Snyder of Watchmen and 300 fame and stars a bevy of hot chicks whose name(s) […]

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‘The Town’ is Wicked Entertainment

The Town is a very fun bank heist/cops and robbers movie.  The film is Ben Affleck’s second time in the director’s chair, a follow up to the excellent Gone Baby Gone, and this film proves that he is quite capable behind the camera.  The film is well made, wonderfully entertaining and backed by a strong […]

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Stop Into ‘The Town’ This Weekend

Although I’m certainly not biggest Ben Affleck fan around, The Town is definitely one of the movies I have been looking forward to all summer long since seeing its trailer.  Maybe it’s those devilish looking bank robbing masks that just remind me so much of  Point Break or maybe it’s the simple fact that this […]

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