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White House Down Theatrical Review
White House Down   White House Down Theatrical Review
(Sean Ferguson)  6/28/2013 8:48 AM EDT
As a critic I often wonder if Hollywood has completely run out of new ideas and I'm even more bewildered when 2 movies are released, within a short period of time, with the same subject. I'm sure you have noticed this before. Just off the top of my head "Friends with Benefits" & "No Strings Attached" came to mind, or... Read More

6 Souls Blu-ray Review
6 Souls   6 Souls Blu-ray Review
(John Delia)  6/27/2013 2:12 PM EDT
Disturbing and violent the mystery thriller 6 Souls creates a cool brand of horror that creeps and surprises.  The film has very good acting, good direction and some excellent cinematography with special effects.  Now on Blu-ray and DVD the movie makes for a spooky night in your home. The story centers on forensic psychologist Dr. Ca... Read More

Stoker Blu-ray Review
Stoker   Stoker Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/26/2013 1:36 PM EDT
A "stoker," for those of you who don't know, is someone who adds fuel to a fire. Gets it roaring, heated up, feeding the flames. This is the underlying metaphor of Stoker, a twisted coming-of-age thriller about a morbid teenaged girl whose inner appetites—sexual and otherwise—are fed by a charismatic long-lost uncle who ar... Read More

Wilfred Blu-ray Review
Wilfred: Season Two   Wilfred Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/26/2013 1:30 PM EDT
Much like its central protagonist, Ryan Newman (Elijah Wood), Wilfred's weightiest problems continue to be inconsistency and uncertainty. Adapted from the Australian series of the same name, concerning an emotionally distraught young man who possibly survives a suicide attempt only to awake to a world in which he's the only one who sees his... Read More

The Emperor's New Groove Blu-ray Review
The Emperor's New Groove / Kronk's New Groove: Two-Movie Collection   The Emperor's New Groove Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/24/2013 4:06 PM EDT
You have to wonder if the Disney folk were as surprised as anyone at the phenomenal success of 1992's animated feature, "Aladdin," among adults as well as children, thanks largely to the hip vocal talents of Robin Williams as the genie of the lamp. It must not have taken them long to recognize that they might duplicate that accomplish... Read More

Lilo & Stitch Blu-ray Review
Lilo & Stitch / Lilo & Stitch: Stitch Has A Glitch Two-Movie C...   Lilo & Stitch Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/24/2013 3:37 PM EDT
"Lilo & Stitch" was Disney's major animated release for 2002, and it was interesting enough to make a splash at Cannes. There was something intriguing about a little Hawaiian girl and a mutated alien she adopts, thinking he's a dog. Same old same old? Not remotely. Especially when you have that girl stuck on Elvis, with her pl... Read More

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Blu-ray Review
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone   The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/24/2013 8:43 AM EDT
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" is a great title for a promising premise involving dueling Las Vegas magicians fighting for stage glory. Unfortunately, the feature moves beyond the basics to beef up a sense of character and fuel formulaic story arc ambitions, dropping its sense of cartwheeling absurdity to tend to a tale of spray-tanned rebir... Read More

Burn Notice DVD Review
Burn Notice: Season Six   Burn Notice DVD Review
(Chris Rebholz)  6/21/2013 4:33 PM EDT
Every season offers producers and writers chances to go new places with their characters.  For season 6 of Burn Notice, that lead to some darker material than we've seen on the show before. Whether or not that decision was the right course is, as always, up to the audience to decide. Season six picks up with the aftermath of season five.&... Read More

Monsters University Theatrical Review
Monsters University   Monsters University Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  6/21/2013 8:35 AM EDT
Bringing back two of my favorite cartoon characters Sully and Mike with a prequel called Monsters University, Pixar presents renewed delight.  The madness that the two opposites brought to Monsters Inc more than ten years ago doubles in Monsters University, while providing a lot of heart and a college year full of laughs. A follow up to a... Read More

World War Z Theatrical Review
World War Z   World War Z Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  6/21/2013 8:26 AM EDT
The opening sequence in the zombie thriller World War Z gets so intense that I white knuckled as I grabbed the arms of my seat, the film's that shocking.  These 15 minutes alone are worth the price of admission.  It's like watching a Roland Emmerich film on steroids (Day After Tomorrow, 2012) only more daunting.  If you like films th... Read More

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