Napoleon Dynamite 10th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

June 12, 2014
Aaron Walker

The film opens on a lanky young man with curly reddish blond hair and old aviator style glasses. He squints as the camera pulls back, revealing a t-shirt tucked into his ...

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Alexander – The Ultimate Cut Blu-ray Review

June 11, 2014
Michael A. Smith

The first thing that came to mind when I sat down to watch what director Oliver Stone is now touting as “The Ultimate Cut” of his 2004 film ALEXANDER was a ti...

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The Deep End Blu-ray Review

June 10, 2014
Eric Sloss

THE DEEP END is a thriller that simmers. It marinates. It takes its time. There aren’t any pyrotechnics here. There is little blood. This is a film that keeps up the te...

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Sorcerer Blu-ray Review

June 9, 2014
Michael A. Smith

Here’s a trivia question for you. The most anticipated film for 1977 was a 20th Century Fox release. Can you name it? If you said STAR WARS, give yourself a big red X! ...

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In the Blood Blu-ray Review

June 8, 2014
Mathew Plale

An early flashback shows just how tough Ava is: when there’s a noise in the house, she pulls out a knife from under her pillow and goes to see what it is. A few gunshot...

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Blu-ray Review

June 7, 2014
Nathan Swank

Author Tom Clancy wrote several successful espionage novels following military science storylines. Those in turn have transferred into a lucrative video game franchise an...

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The Pawnbroker Blu-ray Review

June 6, 2014
Michael A. Smith

On a beautiful summer day, a woman spreads out a blanket for a picnic lunch. Nearby, her two children play in a field while her husband and other relatives relax in the s...

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Bad Country Blu-ray Review

June 5, 2014
Mathew Plale

“Depending on what kind of man you were, there’s really only one thing you’d better know: cops got rules, criminals don’t. And if you up and cross that line, it j...

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The Women Blu-ray Review

June 5, 2014
Mathew Plale

If the cliché is to be believed, women go to hair salons to gossip. It’s at one such location that Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind Russell, who would earn her first of four Os...

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Copperhead Blu-ray Review

June 4, 2014
Michael A. Smith

Director Ronald Maxwell has made a career of bringing stories from the Civil War to the big screen. At almost four-hours long, GETTYSBURG was a brilliant look into the th...

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