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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Is Mostly Harmless Fun For Kids (Movie Review)

25 years after NBA great Michael Jordan assembled an All-Star team that included Bugs Bunny and Bill Murray, the Tune Squad is back in Space Jam: A New Legacy. A bigger budget, much better animation, and more characters from the Warner Bros. universe will be in theaters this weekend and on HBO Max (for 30 […]


Night School (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

You know that old saying don’t judge a book by its cover?  Well that’s exactly what I did here with 2018’s Kevin Hart comedy Night School.  I thought the trailer looked putrid and I honestly wanted nothing to do with ever seeing the film.  Evidently the rest of my team shares those sentiments as when […]


Girls Trip (Blu-ray Review)

Here’s something to remember: 2017’s most successful comedy was Girl Trip. Made from a relatively low-budget and crossing $100 million domestically, as well as garnering plenty of praise from critics, this was a film that hit big. People can talk about it being a surprise, but that’s nonsense. Make a good comedy with broad appeal […]


GIRLS TRIP – The Breakout Comedy of the Year Arrives on Blu-ray This October

Follow four best friends on an adventure of a lifetime as they reunite for a weekend of fun, festivities and outrageous adventures only to learn they are not as strong apart as they are together. Grab your best friends for a night of debauchery and laughs when Girls Trip becomes available on Digital HD on October 3, 2017 and on Blu-ray, […]


‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Is The Best Trip To The Shop Yet (Movie Review)

When you have a premise that is as easy-going as watching characters interact in a barbershop, it’s not too much of a wonder to figure why it’s enjoyable. Coming in more than a decade after the last entry in this series, Barbershop: The Next Cut may have changed the setup a bit, but there is […]


‘The Best Man Holiday’ Unexpectedly Reunites Its Cast For a 14 Year Reunion (Movie Review)

I feel like I already might be surprising people by saying this film is a sequel.  Back in 1999, The Best Man was released in theaters and became something of a sleeper hit.  Along with The Wood (also starring Taye Diggs), the all-black romantic-comedy-drama scene was still a solid subset of films around this time, […]