Todd Karella

Kung Fu The Complete Second Season DVD Review

Kung Fu (2021): The Complete Second Season DVD Review: It Just Keeps Getting Better

Kung Fu has come into its stride during the second season.

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

Young Sheldon continues to be fun family entertainment as it evolves and follows the challenges that a lot of families can relate to.

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Black Friday Movie Review: Needed More Bruce Being Bruce

If you ever thought that the holiday shoppers waiting in line all night just to grab a discounted TV on Black Friday felt more like a hoard of mindless zombies, well then this might just be the film for you.

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ParaNorman (LAIKA Studios Edition) Blu-ray Review: A Strange and Unique Film

ParaNorman is an impressive accomplishment in its mixture of stop-motion, practical sets, and CGI.

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Supernatural: The Complete Fifteenth and Final Season Blu-ray Review: A Sad Goodbye to the Winchester Family

If you have made it this far in the Winchester story, nothing should stop you from enjoying this last release.

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Senior Moment DVD Review: A Very Light Romantic Comedy

Senior Moment is worth watching if you are a fan of the actors and like catching up with their new projects.

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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 morning cartoons? They were silly and fun and filled with cartoon violence of anvils dropping on people, or of getting hit by a truck only to see stars or tweeting birds circling their heads. Harley…

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The Golden Child Blu-ray Review: A Classic Callback to When Films Were Fun

A perfect blend of comedy and action staring Eddie Murphy.

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The Great War (2019) DVD Review: A Film Better Suited for Television

The Great War is not terrible, but it’s nothing that special.

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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

As difficult as it is to believe how long the show ran, it’s even more difficult to accept that it won’t be returning.

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Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season Blu-ray Review: An Emotional Season with the Show’s Most Shocking Cliffhanger

Season 14 delivers what is expected with solid stories, a mix of comical moments, and familiar characters that are real and believable.

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

While the show has remained true to its original vision and quality, it’s not too difficult to see the end coming.

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Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer Movie Review: A Good Addition to the Holiday Season

It will certainly be on my “Xmas movies to watch” list every year.

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Teen Titans GO! to the Movies Blu-ray Review: Doesn’t Quite Capture the Essence of the TV Show

While I was entertained, the film fell a little flat.

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Rampage (2018) Blu-ray Review: A Beloved Arcade Game Brought to Life on the Big Screen

If you’re looking for a total popcorn flick with lots of destruction, then it fits the bill perfectly.

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Black Lightning: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: A Realistic Feel to a Show About Superheroes

Being a fan of all the CW superhero shows, I quickly found Black Lightning stood out as my favorite.

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Miracles (1986) Blu-ray Review: Sometimes It Takes a Lot of Small Miracles to Make a Big One

An entertaining story that has a number of familiar faces and a happy ending that would make a nice addition to anyone’s collection.

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Disorganized Crime Blu-ray Review: Is It an Action Film or a Comedy? Or Is It Just Disorganized?

I really liked the characters and really enjoyed the performances.

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Survival Sunday: The Walking Dead & Fear the Walking Dead Exclusive Fan Event Review

Not quite what you’ve come to expect from a Fathom Event, but was still worth attending.

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Emerald City Comic Con 2018 Review: Saturday and Sunday

Overall, I had a much more enjoyable time this year.

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Emerald City Comic Con 2018 Review: Thursday and Friday

A convention that continues to get better every year.

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Walking Out Blu-ray Review: A Father-Son Hunting Trip That Fails to Deliver in Many Ways

While the film had a lot of potential in being a survival film with a heartfelt story, it failed to capture the elements I was looking for.

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Justice League (2017) Blu-ray Review: The DC Extended Universe Is Heading in the Right Direction

It leaves fans looking forward to the next film in the DC franchise.

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Freebie and the Bean Blu-ray Review: A Film That Should Have Stayed Buried in the Past

While the drawn-out car chases through the streets of San Francisco are entertaining and interesting to watch, the rest of the film is rather unwatchable.

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The Princess Bride 30th Anniversary Fathom Events Review: A Fun Experience

A welcome return to the big screen after all these years.

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Justice League Action: SuperPowers Unite Season 1 Part 1 DVD Review: More Action, Less Filler

It’s like eating your dessert without having dinner.

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Supernatural: The Complete Twelfth Season Blu-ray Review: An Enjoyable Comprehensive Season

The Winchesters may know how to deal with monsters and demons, but have no clue how to handle the return of their mother.

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Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Review: An Exciting Final Season Filled with Action and Surprising Twists

If you like pirates, it is very authentic to the genre and is certainly worth watching.

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Just Shoot Me!: The Complete Series DVD Review: A Classic Sitcom That Should Be Known As One of the Greats

Even 20 years later from the airing of the first episode, this show holds up.

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Much Stronger and More Coherent Than Season One

Facing off against the Legion Of Doom may not be good for the world, but it makes for an exciting adventure.

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Kung Fu Yoga Blu-ray Review: Jackie Chan Channels His Inner Indiana Jones

Overall, it’s entertaining to watch, the girls are beautiful, and the Bollywood ending was fun.

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The Circle Blu-ray Review: An Interesting Idea with Poor Execution

Just because you have a good cast, it’s no guarantee that you will have a good film.

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The 100: The Complete Fourth Season DVD Review: It’s the End of the World As We Know It

This season returned to the survivalist nature of the first two seasons while seamlessly mixing in the science-fiction aspect.

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Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side Of Dimensions Blu-ray Review: An Excellent Addition to the Franchise

Yugi must save the world but can he do it without the help of the Pharaoh?

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The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania DVD Review: A Fun Adventure Reminiscent of the Original Series

It’s been a long time since I’ve seen the original show, but this new film has a very nice, familiar feel to it.

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Emerald City Comicon 2017 Review: A Smaller Convention Coming into Its Own

So after a few years of mulling it over, I decided that this would be the first year I would attend.

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Moana Blu-ray Review: While a Nice Addition to the Disney Catalog, It’s Severely Lacking In Storyline

It doesn’t stand out quite like a Disney film should and the musical numbers are not very memorable.

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Scavenger Hunt Blu-ray Review: A Long Overdue Release That Stands the Test of Time

It compares to It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World, mainly because it contains an overabundance of celebrities racing around to win a prize.

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Keeping Up with the Joneses Blu-ray Review: An Action Comedy That Needed a Bit More of Both

Poor execution and utilization of the cast really left it flat.

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Book Review: Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years

A big book with only a few memorable art pieces.

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Book Review: The Art and Making of The Flash by Abbie Bernstein

It feels like a special feature found on a Blu-ray or DVD.

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Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again DVD Review: An Interesting Glimpse into Life on the Road

If you’re a fan of Jennifer Lopez, then this is a DVD worth having.

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Can’t Stop the Show: The Return of KIX Review: The Band Is Back Sounding As Good As They Always Have

KIX and ’80s heavy metal fans will not be disappointed with this new release.

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Styx: Live at the Orleans Arena Las Vegas Blu-ray Review: A Quality Performance Even Without the Band’s Biggest Songs

Instead of having someone else singing some of the songs Dennis DeYoung sang, Styx just completely leaves them out of the rotation.

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Supernatural: The Complete Eleventh Season Blu-ray Review: The Winchesters May Have Just Been Defeated by Their Own Writers

What other challenge can you bring to the Winchesters that can compete with the one and only God?

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Supergirl: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: A Lighter, Refreshing Superhero Tale

Overall, the show was entertaining, filled with good storylines, villains of the week, and an overarching story that came to a satisfying conclusion.

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The 100: The Complete Third Season DVD Review: Ramping up the Action and the Sci-fi Factor

Even with the major changes, it still held true to the previous seasons and was just as enjoyable.

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Kung Fu Panda 3 Awesome Edition Blu-ray Review: Another Awesomely Bodacious Panda Adventure for the Entire Family

It’s fun, silly, has exciting storylines, good action, and most importantly a heart.

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KISS Rocks Vegas Cinema Event Review: Exactly What You’d Expect from a KISS Concert

The only issue in regards to the concert is that every time they perform they give the exact same performance.

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Making The Grade Blu-ray Review: An Unappreciated Comedy That Has Held up Nicely Over the Years

It deserves to be in the collection of everyone who enjoys a good ’80s comedy.

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Blu-ray Review: The Special Features Are the Best Part

The Walt Disney Company begins The Signature Collection with the studio’s first feature-length film.

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Black Stone Cherry: Thank You: Livin’ Live, Birmingham, UK Review: An Enjoyable Performance in Spite of the Low Vocals

The concert was fun to watch but there were some issues listening to it.

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Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour Live Blu-ray Review: Visually Impressive, Thematically Confusing

While the visual and the musical aspects of the concert were well done, there were a few things that were not so good.

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Before We Go Blu-ray Review: A Quaint Little Film

The relationship between the main characters ends up feeling so natural it overshadows the film’s initial flaws.

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Just Let Go: Lenny Kravitz Live Blu-ray Review: A Giant Directorial Miscue

It’s very difficult to enjoy the presentation as a whole, which is a shame because the music is so good.

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The 100: The Complete Second Season DVD Review: A Wild Adventure in a Post Apocalyptic World

It has a little bit of everything for anyone who watches.

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Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season DVD Review: After a Decade of Fighting Evil, the Winchesters Are Still Going Strong

Most fans will enjoy the season as it stays true to the characters and keeps the feel of the show exactly where it should be.

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Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts Blu-ray Combo Pack Review: A Forgettable Adventure

Might be best for younger kids who are mainly interested in watching lots of different heroes and villains fighting it out.

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Book Review: American Titan: Searching For John Wayne by Marc Eliot

Feels more like a history book than a biography.

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The Best of The Danny Kaye Show DVD Review: If This Is the Best, I’d Hate to See the Worst

The one thing that worked throughout all of the episodes were the musical numbers.

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Revolution: The Complete Second and Final Season DVD Review : A Lack of Direction Leads the Show into Cancellation 

Learn what ultimately turned the lights out for good on Revolution.

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The Other Woman (2014) Blu-ray Review: An Average Comedy That Needed to Push the Envelope a Lot More

Just knowing the basic plot, most people will be able to tell how everything’s going to play out.

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Free Birds Blu-ray Review: A Nice Family Film That Needed a Few More Laughs

Taking everything into consideration, Free Birds is an enjoyable film.

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The World’s End Blu-ray Combo Pack Review: Does Not Live up to the Rest of the Cornetto Trilogy

It’s difficult to believe that even hardcore fans of the first two films would find this satisfying.

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Fathom Events Presents Doctor Who: “The Day of the Doctor”

The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration hits the silver screen.

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Friday at Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2013

I was impressed by how much things had changed.

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The Croods Blu-ray Review: A Fun Family Film That Needed a Little More Originality

Children will like the action, vivid colors, and silly creatures.

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Sinbad: The Complete First Season DVD Review: A Unique Version with a BBC Twist

There are a lot of good things working for the show.

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The League: The Complete Season Four DVD Review: A Bad Season for the Gang Makes for a Good Season for Viewers

Most fans will be pleasantly satisfied with the season’s overall storyline.

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Aerosmith: Rock for the Rising Sun Blu-ray Review: Any Fan Would Be Happy to Own It

Their performances are flawless and as good as they’ve ever been.

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21 & Over Blu-ray Review: If You’re Itching for a Good Teen Party Flick, Look Somewhere Else

It’s a lot of rehashed ideas from the 80s that are poorly executed.

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A Good Day to Die Hard Blu-ray Review: Lots of Action with Little Substance

John McClane ceremoniously passes off the torch to his son Jack in this fifth installment of the franchise

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Doctor Who: Series Seven, Part Two Blu-ray Review: The Doctor Returns with a New Companion and a New Attitude

This half of the seventh series is well done and the interaction between the two main characters adds a breath of fresh air to the franchise.

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Doctor Who: The Snowmen Blu-ray Review: This Year The Doctor’s Christmas Gift Is a New Companion

It’s entertaining, but difficult to understand why it needed to be released separately from Series Seven, Part Two.

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Now You See Me Movie Review: A Lot More Magic Could Have Saved It from Mediocrity

Unfortunately, after introducing some great characters and a very interesting storyline, the film stalls out in the middle.

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Movie Review: A Good Idea with No Payoff

It keeps teasing and gearing you up for an amazing confrontational ending that it doesn’t deliver.

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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Review: You Can’t Keep a Good Vulcan Down

It deserves to be considered one of the lesser films in the series.

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So Undercover Blu-ray Review: Straight to Video and It’s Obvious Why

Unlike a number of films where the ending destroys a perfectly good film, the ending of this one is its saving grace.

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Young Justice: Invasion: Destiny Calling DVD Review: The Students Have Finally Become the Masters

If you’re a fan of the DC world or just like a good story, then this series will not disappoint.

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Archer: The Complete Season Three DVD Review: Not Just Your Ordinary International Spy, He’s Much Worse

Creative, fun, and left me looking forward to the next one.

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Doctor Who Series Seven, Part One Blu-ray Review: A Confusing Mess

It would probably be more advantageous to wait until the full season is released.

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The League: The Complete Season Three DVD Review: The Best Season Thus Far

A raunchy comedy about the three Fs: friends and fantasy football.

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Young Justice: Dangerous Secrets DVD Review: Offers Something for Everyone

Season one finally comes to a conclusion and doesn’t disappoint.

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The Deer Hunter Blu-ray Review: The Portrayal of the Characters Seems Odd

Aside from its signature scene, the film doesn’t hold up.

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With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story Movie Review: A Man Behind the Masks

A fun documentary about the man behind Marvel Comics.

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On The Ice (2011) Movie Review: Scratching the Surface of Eskimo Culture

A film about death and guilt from a unique perspective.

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Logan’s Run: The Complete Series DVD Review: Its Life Was Also Cut Short

Little more than a memory and footnote in television history.

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Pokemon the Movie: Black & White DVD Review: One of the Better Entries in the Franchise

Needs more Team Rocket instead of two versions of the same thing.

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Robert B. Sherman, Songwriter for Disney and Others, Dies at 86

Final curtain call for composers of memorable film music.

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Up The Creek (1984) DVD Review: Whitewater Rafting Never Looked Like This Much Fun Before

After all these years, the film is still funny and entertaining.

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Geek Charming DVD Review: Boy Meets Girl and You Can Guess the Rest

Everyone loves a geek, even snobby little rich girls.

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The Whistleblower (2010) Blu-ray Review: A Highly Effective Film

Rachel Weisz takes on human trafficking in war-torn Bosnia.

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Godzilla (1954) Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review: The King of Monsters is Back

While the concept was original back in 1954, nowadays the film comes across as quite anticlimactic.

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The Rocketeer 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Review: Celebrating a Movie that Celebrates Old Movies

While a visually impressive restoration, it’s severely lacking in special features.

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The Four Feathers (1939) Criterion Collection DVD Review: One Man’s Journey of Redemption

Zoltan Korda’s adaptation is a nice piece of viewing history.

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Tigerland Blu-ray Review: Yet Another Vietnam War Movie

This 2000 film features Colin Farrell’s first lead role in a motion picture.

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Lemonade Mouth Extended Edition DVD Review: Detention Ain’t a Bad Place to Be

A nice family film with a positive message for kids.

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Sucker Punch Movie Review: Visually Stunning Live-Action Anime

A badass film that’s really cool to watch.

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