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Blu-ray Review: Wall – E (3 Disc DisneyFile Special Edition

For years, I’ve been waiting for Disney-Pixar to disappoint me. I figured the studio that has brought us Toy Story, A Bugs Life, Cars and Finding Nemo among others was bound to put out a real stinker at some point. After watching Wall – E on Blu-ray, my stinker watch has ended and I’m about …

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Blu-ray Review: Transsiberian

Over the years, countless filmmakers have attempted to create true, Hitchcockian style suspense films. Few of these films capture the imagination; fewer still give viewers a true feeling of suspense while watching them. Every once in awhile though, a film comes along that keeps you at the edge of your seat. Expertly constructed, Transsiberian created …

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Blu-ray Review: Die Another Day – Ultimate Edition w/ Movie Ticket

Fresh off the hit television series Remington Steele, many Bond aficionados perceived Pierce Brosnan as not only James Bond-lite but Roger Moore-lite; feeling the actor just didn’t have the gravitas to pull off a convincing portrayal of the British superspy. As a long time Brosnan fan, I’ve always felt he got s bit of a …

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Blu-ray Review: For Your Eyes Only – Ultimate Edition w/ Movie Ticket

Released in 1981, For Your Eyes Only is the twelfth film in the James Bond Series and the fifth to star Roger Moore in the title role. Loosely based on two short stories from Ian Fleming’s book For Your Eyes Only, the movie combined elements from the title story and from Risico. The film also …

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Blu-ray Review: Live And Let Die – Ultimate Edition w/ Movie Ticket

Released in 1973, Live and Let Die marked a new era in the James Bond franchise. Even though the producers wanted Sean Connery to return after his role in the previous Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, he declined, sparking a search for a new actor to play James Bond. Many actors were considered or auditioned …

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Blu-ray Review: From Russia With Love – Ultimate Edition w/ Movie Ticket

From Russia With Love was the second James Bond film to be released. Produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, and directed by Terence Young, the film is based on the 1957 novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. From Russia With Love was chosen as the follow up to Dr. No, largely …

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Blu-ray Review: Thunderball – Ultimate Edition w/ Movie Ticket

Released December 21, 1965, Thunderball was the fourth James Bond film based on the Ian Fleming novel of the same name. It was the highest grossing film with Connery in the lead role. Connery would star in just one more film before handing over the reins to George Lazenby and eventually Roger Moore. As a …

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