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Blu-ray Review: Bad Ronald

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A 1974 made-for-television movie directed by Buzz Kulik, Bad Ronald is based on a book by the same name by Jack Vance. Ronald Wilby (Scott Jacoby, The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane) is a socially inept, awkward high …

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Blu-ray Review: Whitney

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Six years after her death, Oscar winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald (Marley) explores the life of Whitney Houston in Whitney. Given access to family, friends, and those who knew Whitney best, he uncovers some troubling revelations and provides some possible answers …

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Blu-ray Review: Designing Woman

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Released in 1957, Vicente Minnelli’s screwball comedy Designing Woman earned writer George Wells an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. The concept for the story came from famed, two-time Oscar winning costume designer Helen Rose, who fashioned a romance, equal parts …

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Blu-ray Review: Bat 21

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Released in 1988, Bat 21 (stylized as “Bat*21”) is based on the true story of Lt. Col. Iceal “Ham” Hambleton, a weapons countermeasure expert shot down in the jungles of Vietnam while taking part in a recon mission. Just when …

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4K UHD Review: Skyscraper

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A wanna be Die Hard mixed with elements of The Towering Inferno, Skyscraper seeks to promote Dwayne Johnson as Hollywood’s biggest action star. Unfortunately, while their are brief moments of excitement, Johnson’s charm and charism gets lost in an endless …

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Blu-ray Review: Trapeze

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A circus acrobat before an Injury forced him to find a new career, Burt Lancaster (Tough Guys) always dreamed of doing a film about the circus. That opportunity came with Trapeze, based on Max Catto’s novel The Killing Frost. Co-starring …