Tag Archive for 'Paul Sorvino'

Welcome to Acapulco (Movie Review)

Video game designer Matt Booth has one shot to save his career by unveiling his biggest project yet at the Video Game Awards in New Mexico. But after running into a friend at the airport and having a little too much to drink before his flight, he ends up in ACTUAL Mexico – specifically, Acapulco. […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Oh, God!”

Since one of the titles in this weeks Encapsulated Movie Reviews dealt with one man’s relationship with the almighty, it brought to mind another past classic comedy with some funny faith of its own – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today we’re heading into heavenly hilarity for some holy humor via the big guy himself.  A […]


Goodfellas (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

4K UHD has been impressing me along the way this year.  One thing I really want to see more of on the format are classic films.  I know new films are going to look shiny, new and vibrant.  But, what I really want to see is how the vintage stuff is going to look and […]


Careful What You Wish For Gets An August Release Date on DVD

Howdy there!  The sizzling thriller Careful What You Wish For, starring Nick Jonas (Goat, “Scream Queens”), Isabel Lucas (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Red Dawn, Immortals), Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas, Romeo + Juliet), Graham Rogers (Love & Mercy, Crazy Kind of Love, “Quantico”), and Dermot Mulroney (The Family Stone, My Best Friend’s Wedding, “Shameless”), will be available on DVD August 2, 2016 from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Written by Chris Frisina […]


GoodFellas – 25th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

On May 5, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will release GoodFellas on 2-Disc Blu-ray featuring a new documentary with interviews from Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harvey Keitel, Ray Liotta and more, and a 36-page photo book exploring the films far-reaching influence. The book also includes a letter written by Martin Scorsese. The 25th Anniversary Blu-ray […]


‘Kill the Irishman’ Relives Life of Mobster Danny Greene

Mobster movies and shows like Goodfellas and The Sopranos always bring out that underworld fascination with American audiences. The lifestyles are so provocative, violent and immoral, yet many, myself included, flock to this material like moths to a flame. The latest in the line of American mafia flicks is Kill the Irishman and contains an impressive […]