Rons Reviews

Edgar G. Ulmer Sci-Fi Collection Blu-ray Review: The Good, the Bad, the Painful

Being intrigued by the titles in this collection, and the fact that I had not heard of the three Science ...
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Starflight One Blu-ray Review: Takes a Lot of Cheese into Space

Yes, Starflight One, which was originally called Starflight: The Plane That Couldn’t Land when it premiered as an ABC Sunday ...
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Village of the Giants Blu-ray Review: Brain Candy

Could there actually be a film out there that combines the Beach Blanket films and sci-fi films of the '60s ...
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C.H.O.M.P.S. Blu-ray Review: It’s a Dog!

A movie from the '70s (1979) about a robot dog starring Valerie Bertinelli, Wesley Eure, Conrad Bain, Red Buttons, Jim ...
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Journey to Shiloh Blu-ray Review: Too Many Questions and Questionable Motivations

Clearly trying to ride on the success of The Magnificent Seven and The Return of the Seven, Journey to Shiloh, ...
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ABBA Forever: The Winner Takes It All DVD Review: This New Documentary Is Unsatisfying

The TV movie/documentary which hit U.S. television in August of 2019, and now DVD, chronicles the History of ABBA, currently ...
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It’s a Wonderful Life Blu-ray Review: A Wonderful Film with an Interesting 75th Anniversary Release

It's a Wonderful Life endures as a Christmas classic after 75 years, though it has taken a backseat to more ...
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Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road Movie Review: His Music, and His Life, Past and Present

The story of Brain Wilson and the Beach Boys has been told before in the form of documentaries and motion ...
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Crocodile Dundee Trilogy Blu-ray Review: Yes, There Were Three

Paul Hogan had a successful career in Australia including his own sketch comedy show that was also popular in the ...
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Young Sheldon: The Complete Fourth Season DVD Review

As the CBS hit series The Big Bang Theory, finished its 12th season, I recall being intrigued by the prospect ...
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Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review

You may be asking yourself why someone would write a review on the release of Josie and the Pussycats in ...
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Born to Lead: Jim Calhoun Movie Review

As we head into the 2021 NCAA Men’s basketball tournament, it seems like a perfect time for the documentary, Born ...
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More Than Miyagi: The Pat Morita Story Movie Review

Whether you knew him from Sanford and Son, Happy Days, The Karate Kid films, or the many other characters the ...
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The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee Movie Review: Curb Your Enthusiasm

Looking to kill 90 minutes on New Year's Day?  Head to Amazon Prime and cue up The Very Excellent Mr. ...
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Wonder Woman: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: Warner Bros. Brings Us Exactly What We Need

In 1975, America found itself in strange times. The president had resigned, we had experienced an energy crisis, and Archie ...
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The Invisible Man (2020) Blu-ray Review: We Needed to See More of Him

It’s been twenty years since director Paul Verhoeven gave us Kevin Bacon as Hollow Man, which allowed Bacon to return ...
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Proximity (2020) Movie Review: Comes in Proximity of Past Alien-Abduction Films

This science fiction story of alien abduction by Emmy-winner Eric Demeusy (Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, Tron: Legacy), which lands today on ...
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The Toys That Made Us: Seasons 1 & 2 Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review: This Is About Nostalgia

Ever have that experience of pulling a box out of the closet and finding a bunch of your old toys? ...
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She’s Funny That Way Movie Review: Wastes the Talent of the Cast and the Time of the Audience

Director/co-writer (along with Louise Stratten) Peter Bogdanovich has gathered together a powerhouse cast full of amazing comedic talent.  With Owen ...
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Trek Nation Movie Review: The Search for Dad

In attempt to find out more about the father he lost at 17 and the science-fiction empire he built, Rod ...
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Alice: The Complete First Season DVD Review: Three Broke Girls in Search of a Voice

Thirty-five years before there were Two Broke Girls working as waitresses, there were three broke girls in Vera (Beth Howland), ...
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Cinema Summary: My Summer Movies of 2012

The season opened solidly on May 4th with the debut of the much anticipated Avengers.  Directed by Joss Whedon, The ...
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The Ultimate Marvel Marathon: 15 Marvelous Hours of Movies

Yes, sitting through six movies over the course of 15 hours could be considered crazy by many people, yet there ...
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Sergeant Deadhead DVD Review: All Involved Should Be Sent to Leavenworth

Look, no one is going to confuse Frankie Avalon with an Academy Award-winning thespian, but he appeared in some fine ...
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The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride DVD Review: Simba Can’t Be Proud of This

Released straight to video in 1998, the new Blu-Ray combo pack hit store shelves on Mar. 6th 2012. Expectations should ...
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The Lion King 1 1/2 Special Edition Combo Pack Review: One Movie, Less Than 1/2 a Story

The Lion King 1 1/2 Special Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack hit store shelves on March 6th and was advertised as ...
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The Quatermass Xperiment (AKA The Creeping Unknown) DVD Review: Too Slow to Bother With

Based upon the 1953 BBC television serial The Quatermass Experiment (The title was changed to The Quatermass Xperiment to market ...
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The Captains DVD Review: William Shatner Logs Interviews with Peers

William Shatner has written and directed this compilation of interviews and brief glimpses into the lives of the six actors, ...
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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Movie Review: An Enjoyable Escape

Take the Karate Kid Part II, replace the karate with cars, and you have The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo ...
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Yogi Bear DVD Review: This Movie is No Picnic

For Dan Aykroyd to be the worst part of any movie, the rest of the film must be pretty good. ...
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4192: The Crowning of the Hit King DVD Review: A Solid Hit But Not a Home Run

This 90-minute documentary on the career of Pete Rose, which was released on February 22, 2011 by Rivercoast Films, is ...
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The Last Song Movie Review: It Should Have Never Been Sung

It's certainly difficult to write something that is sure to anger pubescent girls throughout the world, but this Last Song ...
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The Incredible Hulk (2008) Movie Review: Credible At Best

In the opening credits we are filled in on the events that lead Dr. Bruce Banner to be hiding in ...
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