Blu-ray Review: Into the Wild

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For centuries, literary figures including Leo Tolstoy, Henry David Thoreau, Mark, Twain Jack London and countless others have written about the importance of nature and the importance of living off the land. In turn, many people have taken these written …

Blu-ray Review: Tropic Thunder

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I’m old enough to remember when the idea of making a satirical movie about the Vietnam War would have been considered to be the height of bad taste. Times have definitely changed. The Vietnam War seems to be in the …

Blu-ray Review: Kung Fu Panda

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Hollywood has enjoyed a long and storied lineage of animals in lead roles. Old Yeller, Lassie, Babe, and even Remmy the Rat from last year’s Ratatouille effortlessly capture the hearts of audiences everywhere with their often human-like persona’s, showing a …

Blu-ray Review: Fred Claus

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Every year, Hollywood cranks out two or three Christmas movies in hopes of making a classic that will stand the test of time. You know what I mean; become a move like It’s a Wonderful Life or the 1947 version …

Blu-ray Review: Universal Soldier

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While I’m not a big fan of horror films, I’ve always had a place in my heart for action films. Action movies of the eighties were about muscle bound machismo; think Schwarzenegger and Stallone–blow a few things up. Save the …