Winnie the Pooh - Review

Winnie the Pooh is the film embodiment of childhood innocence and true friendship. »»

Fawlty Towers (Complete Collection Remastered) - DVD Review

The extras are mediocre, but Fawlty Towers is worth the purchase if only to see a comedic legend in perhaps his finest three hours. »»

Monty Python: Almost the Truth - Review

For the diehard Python fan, Almost The Truth is a must have right next to the complete series. It gives a context and a history to it all which is second to none. »»

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - Blu-ray Review

This movie is melodrama city. »»

The Pink Panther 2 Out on DVD June 23rd

Because a $82 million domestic gross warrants a sequel, here is The Pink Panther 2, follow-up to 2006's family comedy. In it, Steve Martin returns as Inspector Jacques Clouseau, the inept private eye who recovered the missing Pink Panther diamond yea »»

The Day The Earth Stood Still (2008) - Review

Trying to justify Will Smith’s kid presence in the film requires more force than Klaatu can provide »»

The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus (Collector's Edition) - DVD Review

Every comedy troupe is always compared to Monty Python for good reason: because they set the standard and raised the bar higher than anyone has been able to reach yet. From Broken Lizard, Apatow's group, the Happy Madison gang, the Frat Pack and many others, the comparison is the same. No one has reached their level as of now and probably never will. They are the single greatest collection of comedic talent together, very talented independently, and changed British comedy forever while influencing several generations of American comics. Monty Python's Flying Circus ranks as perhaps as one of the greatest television shows of all time. »»

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