DVD Review: A Little Bit of Heaven

The most memorable lack of chemistry couple that I can think of is Jennifer Lopez and Ralph Fiennes in Maid in Manhattan, and this one rivals it. »»

Blu-ray Review: Titanic

One of the greatest blockbuster movies ever made is now one of the greatest Blu-rays ever made. »»

The Family That Preys - Blu-ray Review

A movie that goes right for the emotional jugular but, as you lay bleeding out from the wound, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself getting swept away in the movie. »»

Alice - DVD Review

For those who aren’t strict traditionalists, Alice is an engaging reworking of the book with more action. »»

Valentine's Day - Review

How many movie stars does it take to make a bad film?»»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail - Review

I’d rather spend a week in Solitary Confinement »»

Bonneville - DVD Review

The beginning of Bonneville is very very depressing. Remember the ending of Steel Magnolias? How just about every woman cried the first time watching that? Bonneville begins the way so many films end, I have to admit, I was skeptical of where this could be going. I was relieved to find that the tone quickly shifted to a more upbeat female bonding road trip kind of film. The film does have a very sad feel to the whole thing though, as Arvilla slowly learns to let go of her husband and works her way through the mess of emotions involved. »»

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