DVD's for 9/30

Iron Man (Ultimate Two-Disc Edition) [Blu-ray] The biggest DVD/Blu release of the year for many, yes, some people enjoyed this more than Dark Knight, begins blockbuster season in the home video market. The a/v’s on this said to be solid with a wealth of extras for those so inclined. This is one of three amazing […]

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DVD’s for 9/30

Iron Man (Ultimate Two-Disc Edition) [Blu-ray] The biggest DVD/Blu release of the year for many, yes, some people enjoyed this more than Dark Knight, begins blockbuster season in the home video market. The a/v’s on this said to be solid with a wealth of extras for those so inclined. This is one of three amazing […]

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Links for 8/26

Short batch but here they are! -The director of Wanted, Timur Bekmambetov, will be next taking on Moby Dick. -More Shane Black is a good thing, and the Cold Warrior sounds promising. Also go out and see Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang already; I will even let you take credit for finding the movie too your […]

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Review: 'Towelhead'

Alan Ball’s feature directing debut is an edgy and biting look at suburbia and the coming of age story of a young girl in this awkward and interesting environment. Jasira is a Lebanese/White girl who lives with her mom in Syracuse, and after a shaving incident with her Mom’s boyfriend; she decides to ship her […]

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Review: 'Nights in Rodanthe'

This adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel succeeds at being an entertaining and engaging romance film that stays away from sap and cliché’s of the genre, but still kind of prescribes to the formula. Adrienne (Diane Lane) is a separated mother with two kids who is heading to Rodanthe for a weekend to cover running […]

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Review: 'Eagle Eye'

The new film from D.J. Caruso is a solid action/spyish/thriller that would have done better service to itself if it had just been a bit more original. Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf) is a Copy Cabana employee, he is struggling to make rent, and he has just found out his twin brother has died. Rachel Hollman […]

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Review: ‘Towelhead’

Alan Ball’s feature directing debut is an edgy and biting look at suburbia and the coming of age story of a young girl in this awkward and interesting environment. Jasira is a Lebanese/White girl who lives with her mom in Syracuse, and after a shaving incident with her Mom’s boyfriend; she decides to ship her […]

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