Tag Archive for 'Matthew Morrison'

NBFF 2016 Review: After The Reality

This year After the Reality opened the 17th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival. Since Jewtopia served as the opening night feature a few years back, I have been doing my best to manage my excitement level for these premieres, but the film was certainly no dud. While a bit familiar, the comedy-drama took on some […]


17th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival Announcement

Here we are with another year for NBFF. The 17th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival is arriving this week (April 21-28th) and they have hundreds of films to present. This year, NBFF is proud to announce its Opening Night Film, the world- premiere of After The Reality starring Matthew Morrison and Sarah Chalke and Closing Night Film, The Fixer starring Dominic […]


What to Expect When You’re Expecting – Just Seen It Movie Review

Five couples are planning for the arrival of their first child. Whether pregnant or adopting, they all find the journey to parenthood a difficult one. But as the magical day arrives, they rejoice in the miracle of new life. This ensemble romantic comedy stars Cameron Diaz, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock, Jennifer Lopez and […]


Glee: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

As the third season of the Fox hit makes its debut on TV, so does season 2 on Blu-ray. While the latest season will feature the final seasons of stars Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, you can relive their junior years in high school on the latest Blu-ray addition. Of course the show doesn’t stop there. […]


Glee: Season 2 on Blu-ray in September!

With its sophomore season in the books and a highly successful tour under their belt, the cast of Glee can also celebrate the release of season 2 on Blu-ray! Fox brings us all the content from this highly anticipated addition to your home video library; from Mr. Schuester’s incessant rivalry with cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester […]


Glee: Season 1 (Blu-ray Review)

Musicals have been around for ages.  Spawned from the days of stone amphitheaters, they have evolved into productions delivered on stage and ultimately on the big screen.  So how would such a production perform on television?  From Yankee Doodle Dandy to today’s Oz-spinoff Wicked, the genre has always garnered a significant audience and maintained its […]