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Cantinflas (DVD Review)

It was bound to happen but sooner rather than later works fine with me. The film Gods have bestowed a biopic of the Mexican version of Charlie Chaplin in Cantinflas, the tramp, with a heart of gold. Oscar Jaenada (The Losers) and Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos) star. One glaring omission that has to brought up before we […]

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‘Cantinflas’ on DVD & Digital HD December 2nd!

The untold story of Mexico’s greatest and most beloved comic film star comes to life when Cantinflas charms the world on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD and On Demand December 2nd from Pantelion and Lionsgate Home Entertainment. In the most successful Hispanic film of the summer, the true story of Mario “Cantinflas” Moreno is brought to vivid life. […]

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Woke Up This (November) Morning, And Got Myself A SOPRANOS – The Complete Series Blu-ray!

When The Sopranos debuted in 1999, its story of a modern-day mob boss juggling responsibilities between his family and his other “family” was like nothing that TV critics and viewers had ever seen. The series went on to win more than 20 Emmy® Awards throughout its run, including wins for its legendary cast members such as James […]

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Oldboy – 2013 (Blu-ray Review)

Chan-wook Park’s Oldboy from 2003 is one of my favorite films of all time.  It came highly recommended to me by my good friend John Rocha.  He refused to tell me as much as possible about the plot and didn’t want to discuss anything aside from it being “terrific” until I saw it.  And when […]

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OLDBOY (2013) Available March 4 On Blu-ray!

CULVER CITY, CALIF. (Jan. 22, 2014) – Academy Award® nominee Josh Brolin(Best Supporting Actor, Milk, 2008) stars as a troubled advertising executive who finds himself kidnapped and held in an inescapable room in the thriller OLDBOY, available on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD UltraViolet™ March 4 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. In this gritty tale of […]

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Spike Lee’s ‘Oldboy’ Is About As Flavorless As Bad Dumplings (Movie Review)

It can be hard to try and critique a film, when it comes to addressing one that uses the basis of another film that one already loves.  It is hard to critique a film at any time really, as it requires a certain amount of consideration that really drags in all of what it going […]

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