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Blu-ray Review: Top Gun (Special Collector’s Edition)

“I feel the need…the need for speed!” –Tom Cruise and Anthony Edwards, Top Gun I was thirteen when Top Gun came blazing on to the big screen in 1986. I absolutely loved the film and saw it three or four times during its original theatrical run. Tom Cruise was buff, the planes were cool and …

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Blu-ray Review: Drillbit Taylor – Extended Survival Edition

Owen Wilson is a funny guy. He seems nice too. He strikes me as the kind of fellow that would be cool to have around for almost anything–parties, barbeque’s and holidays. I enjoy watching his films, but I continue to be amazed that Hollywood executives keep offering him sub-par material. Wilson has had exceptions with …

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Blu-Ray Review: The Spiderwick Chronicles

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 Estate and discover a world of faeries that they never knew existed. The mansion itself …

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Blu-ray Review: Batman – The Movie, Special Edition

Though I wasn’t born yet when the original Batman series first captivated audiences when it premiered in January of 1966 on ABC, I watched the series in the eighties, whenever it showed up in syndication. Always a fan of superheroes, Batman and Superman has always topped my list of favorites. There is something about Batman, …

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Blu-ray Review: There Will Be Blood

Hands down, Daniel Day-Lewis is one of the most talented actors working in films today. He resists the temptation to turn out movie after movie, often taking three, four even five years between big screen performances. However, each time he graces the screen whether he’s playing a man with cerebral palsy in My Left Foot …

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