Blu-ray Review: Kill Bill – Volume 1

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Blood is a dominant feature in Quentin Tarantino’s fourth film, Kill Bill – Volume 1. It oozes, drips, flows, gushes and splatters in deep red to jet black Heads and limbs are removed with reckless abandon as characters are struck …

Blu-ray Review: Married Life

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The snappy animated credits over Doris Day’s recording of “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love,” suggests that Married Life might be a sophisticated comedy about love in the 1950’s. The opening scene tells us that yes, Married Life is …

Blu-ray Review: The Sum of All Fears

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Although Clear and Present Danger made $207,500,000 worldwide upon its release in 1994, Paramount apparently made the decision to shut down the franchise for awhile. In 2002, the studio attempted to revive the franchise with a much younger Ben Affleck, …

Blu-ray Review Clear and Present Danger

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Harrison Ford, James Earl Jones, Anne Archer, and director Phillip Noyce must have enjoyed making Patriot Games so much that they all decided to return for this third film in the Jack Ryan series. Author Tom Clancy, whose novel was …