Blu-ray Review: Shine a Light

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As a Rolling Stones fan, I have to admit, I had some my doubts when I heard Martin Scorsese was making a documentary about them After all, the Stones have been around for well over forty-five years now, longer than …

Blu-ray Review: Patriot Games

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After The Hunt for Red October earned $200,512,643 worldwide, Paramount saw the makings of a franchise, so the studio decided to make some changes. Most notably, Harrison Ford replaced Alec Baldwin as Dr. Jack Ryan. For Ryan’s wife, Anne Archer …

Blu-ray Review: The Ruins (Unrated)

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Whenever I can, I like to see the unrated or director’s cuts of films. Often these cuts are better, because they allow you to see what the director’s initial vision for a project was, before the studio gets a hold …

Blu-ray Review: Step Up 2: The Streets

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Teen Dance movies have been a staple of Hollywood films for a long time. Even before films were referred to as “teen movies,” stars ranging from Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland to John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John to Kevin Bacon …

Blu-Ray Review: The Spiderwick Chronicles

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The Spiderwick Chronicles is based on a series of books by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black that chronicles the adventures of the Grace children; twins Simon and Jared and their older sister Mallory, after they move into the eponymous Spiderwick …