Todd Karella

Young Sheldon: The Complete Fifth Season DVD Review: It’s Not Just About Sheldon Anymore

It’s hard to believe that Young Sheldon has been on for five seasons. When the premise for the series was ...
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Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse Blu-ray Review: Intentionally Misleading, but Still Enjoyable

The animated television show Teen Titans Go! is normally a short 15-minute episode event, but it has had a few ...
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World Series 2021 Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review: Almost All the Highlights and Footage a Fan Could Ask For

Growing up in a small town in the middle of nowhere, we didn’t have a local MLB team, and it ...
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Black Friday Movie Review: Needed More Bruce Being Bruce

It’s Thanksgiving night and the store associates at We Love Toys are getting ready for the annual Black Friday sale. ...
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ParaNorman (LAIKA Studios Edition) Blu-ray Review: A Strange and Unique Film

Norman Babcock (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is your average 11-year-old growing up in Blithe Hollow, Massachusetts. Well, as average as any boy ...
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Supernatural: The Complete Fifteenth and Final Season Blu-ray Review: A Sad Goodbye to the Winchester Family

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Senior Moment DVD Review: A Very Light Romantic Comedy

Slowing down and taking it easy are unfamiliar concepts to 72-year-old Victor Martin (William Shatner). Once a test pilot for ...
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Harley Quinn: The Complete First And Second Seasons Blu-ray Review: Very Adult, Very Funny

Remember back in the day when you were a child and you could turn on the television and watch Saturday ...
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The Golden Child Blu-ray Review: A Classic Callback to When Films Were Fun

Once upon a time, in a century past, during a decade called the Eighties, there was a legendary man who ...
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The Great War (2019) DVD Review: A Film Better Suited for Television

If you can't guess what this film is about, all you need to do is google “The Great War” and ...
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Jexi Blu-ray Review: Mindless, Silly Fun with a Hint of Possibility

Phil (Adam Devine) has led a lone and solitary life. He has no real friends, spends the majority of his ...
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The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: One of the Most Beloved Sitcoms Comes to a Beautiful Conclusion

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this article. The opinions ...
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Dreamworks Ultimate Holiday Collection Blu-ray Review: Holiday Specials for a New Generation

As my friends and family can attest, Christmas is my favorite time of year. Not only do I decorate the ...
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Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season Blu-ray Review: An Emotional Season with the Show’s Most Shocking Cliffhanger

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Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season Blu-ray Review: Nothing Can Keep Down the Green Arrow and His Team

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Justice League (2017) Blu-ray Review: The DC Extended Universe Is Heading in the Right Direction

It’s been some time since the last film Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice where the Man of Steel (Henry ...
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Much Stronger and More Coherent Than Season One

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem Blu-ray Review: The Joker is Back to Take Over the World

Batman is back for another film in the Unlimited series that is based on a toy line in a semi-futuristic ...
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Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts Blu-ray Combo Pack Review: A Forgettable Adventure

Batman (voiced by Roger Craig Smith) isn't the only hero in Gotham City. The Flash, Green Arrow, and NIghtwing join forces ...
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Doctor Who: The Snowmen Blu-ray Review: This Year The Doctor’s Christmas Gift Is a New Companion

Series Seven continues the tradition in the Doctor Who universe of a stand-alone Christmas special coming between the two halves. ...
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Star Trek: First Contact Movie Review: Meeting New Friends and Killing Old Enemies

Being the second film for the Next Generation crew and the eighth film in the entire Star Trek franchise, things ...
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Movie Review: A Good Idea with No Payoff

In the opening of the fifth installment of the Star Trek franchise we find the Enterprise-A and her crew engaged ...
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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Review: You Can’t Keep a Good Vulcan Down

As a life-long Star Trek fan it's almost impossible to say there has ever been a bad Star Trek film. ...
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So Undercover Blu-ray Review: Straight to Video and It’s Obvious Why

When the FBI needs someone to infiltrate a sorority in order to protect the daughter of a mob informant, they ...
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Young Justice: Invasion: Destiny Calling DVD Review: The Students Have Finally Become the Masters

If you're looking for a continuation of the previous Season One you're going to be in for quite a shock. ...
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Red Dwarf X DVD Review: Who Would Have Thought Being The Last Human in Existence Could Be This Fun?

Once again the crazy adventures of the misfit crew aboard the mining ship, Red Dwarf, have been released on DVD. ...
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Archer: The Complete Season Three DVD Review: Not Just Your Ordinary International Spy, He’s Much Worse

I've never been a big fan of the spy genre. I couldn't care less if they made another James Bond ...
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Fathom Events Presents Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Season Two Celebration

It's hard to believe that it's been 25 years since Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise-D ...
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Doctor Who Series Seven, Part One Blu-ray Review: A Confusing Mess

The Doctor (Matt Smith) is back on DVD and Blu-ray for more adventures through time and space with his companions, ...
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The League: The Complete Season Three DVD Review: The Best Season Thus Far

The recently released Season Three of the raunchy FX comedy about a group of fantasy football owners pushes the envelope ...
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Young Justice: Dangerous Secrets DVD Review: Offers Something for Everyone

What started off as a mere trickle of episodes for Season One, three releases with only four episodes, has finally ...
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Dreams from My Real Father DVD Review: Incredibly Difficult to Take Seriously

It’s that time of year once again. Unless you live under a rock and even if you do, you should ...
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With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story Movie Review: A Man Behind the Masks

If you’re a comic book fan or even just a fan of the latest Marvel films to hit the big ...
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On The Ice (2011) Movie Review: Scratching the Surface of Eskimo Culture

Qalli (Josiah Patkotak) and Aivaaq (Frank Qutuq Irelan) are teenagers living in the town of Barrow, Alaska. One day when ...
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Logan’s Run: The Complete Series DVD Review: Its Life Was Also Cut Short

In 1967 the novel Logan’s Run was written by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. In 1976 it was ...
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Pokemon the Movie: Black & White DVD Review: One of the Better Entries in the Franchise

Ash Ketchum is still on his long journey to become the world’s greatest Pokémon trainer. During his many travels he ...
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Torchwood: Miracle Day Blu-ray Review: A Welcome Return with an Unsatisfying Ending

The last time we saw Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) was at the end of the Torchwood: Children of Earth ...
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Robert B. Sherman, Songwriter for Disney and Others, Dies at 86

Robert Bernard Sherman (December 19, 1925 – March 5, 2012), half of one of the world’s most successful music-writing teams ...
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Up The Creek (1984) DVD Review: Whitewater Rafting Never Looked Like This Much Fun Before

Dean Burch (John Hillerman) is tired of his University being the laughing stock of the country. He wants Lepetomane University ...
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Geek Charming DVD Review: Boy Meets Girl and You Can Guess the Rest

Dylan Schoenfield (Sarah Hyland) is the most popular girl at Woodlands Academy. She also happens to be the most arrogant, ...
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The Whistleblower (2010) Blu-ray Review: A Highly Effective Film

Kathy Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) is a cop from Nebraska, who is so focused on her career that she has neglected ...
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Godzilla (1954) Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review: The King of Monsters is Back

In 1954 one of the world's biggest monster movies was released to the big screen. Created and directed by Ishiro ...
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The Rocketeer 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Review: Celebrating a Movie that Celebrates Old Movies

Disney’s The Rocketeer based on the comic book by Dave Stevens has been released on Blu-ray to celebrate its 20-year ...
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The Four Feathers (1939) Criterion Collection DVD Review: One Man’s Journey of Redemption

Harry Faversham (John Clements) comes from a long line of heroic officers in the British army. But ever since he ...
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Take Me Home Tonight Blu-ray Review: A Flashback to ’80s Comedies

It’s 1988 and Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) works in the mall at Suncoast Video. Normally a recent MIT graduate would ...
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Tigerland Blu-ray Review: Yet Another Vietnam War Movie

In 1971 the Vietnam War was coming to a close and it was a common notion that the war had ...
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Lemonade Mouth Extended Edition DVD Review: Detention Ain’t a Bad Place to Be

In the World of Disney when five high school kids meet in detention, they do not talk about deep dark ...
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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader DVD Review: Adventure Abounds

The Pevensie family has returned for another exciting adventure in the land of Narnia. But this time only Edmund (Skandar ...
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Sucker Punch Movie Review: Visually Stunning Live-Action Anime

Zack Snyder, director of 300 and the Watchmen, brings another visually stunning and exciting film to the big screen. But ...
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