Category Archives: Blu-ray Reviews

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Wild Things: Foursome Blu-ray Review

Rich boy Carson Wheetly (Ashley Parker Angel) is up to his usual antics of partying and drinking without disregard. During the party…

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Dear John Blu-ray Review

I’ve seen plenty of movies just like Dear John. You know the type. Every element of the film has been carefully constructed…

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Extraordinary Measures Blu-ray Review

John Crowley (Brendan Fraser) appears to be the average working office man. But what we don’t know is the life that John…

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Tupac Live at The House Of Blues Blu-ray Review

I was lucky enough to get the privilege to review the Tupac “Live at the House of Blues” Blu-ray.  I use the…

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Invictus Blu-ray Review

It was the early 1990s and Nelson Mandela (Morgan Freeman) was finally able to take a footstep as a free man. South…

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Edge of Darkness Blu-ray Review

The crazy man is back! Back from serious drinking, back from trying to make amends with his ex-wife, and back starring in…

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Legion Blu-ray Review

Renegade archangel Michael (Paul Bettany) has descended from heaven with a task to protect humanity’s last chance for survival. Humanity is on…

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Doctor Zhivago Blu-ray Review

Doctor Zhivago is based on a book by Boris Pasternak. The book was banned by Communist Russia at the time and was…

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Nine Blu-ray Review

It’s rare that a movie looks so good on paper. First off there’s the incredible cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz,…

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The Karate Kid, Part II Blu-ray Review

Following up directly from where The Karate Kid left off, Daniel (Ralph Macchio) and Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) are still celebrating the…

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The Karate Kid Blu-ray Review

Daniel Larusso (Ralph Macchio) is the new kid in town. Daniel and his mother, Lucille (Randee Heller), have just moved in to…

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The Young Victoria Blu-ray Review

The young Victoria (Emily Blunt) is the heir to the throne after her uncle King William IV passes away. Being in the…

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Tombstone Blu-ray Review

Tombstone is a classic, no matter what anyone says. If you dig western flicks, then you probably know of the already highly…

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Armageddon Blu-ray Review

The film starts softly with a haunting melody of the main theme and along with the narration of the late Charlton Heston…

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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Blu-ray Review

After another day without success for his traveling show, Mr Nick (Tom Waits) approaches Doctor Parnassus (Christopher Plummer) to remind him that…

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Pirate Radio Blu-ray Review

Pirate Radio is an ensemble comedy from writer/director Richard Curtis loosely based on the British government’s attempted suppression of rock and roll…