Just Seen It: OSCAR 2013 Best Picture Predictions [Video]

Sean, Liz and Aaron discuss their picks and predictions for Best Picture for the 2013 Academy Awards and pick who SHOULD win and predict who WILL win. BEST PICTURE Amour Beasts of the Southern Wild Life of Pi Django Unchained Les Miserables Zero Dark »»

Just Seen It: OSCARS 2013 Best Director Picks and Predictions [Video]

Leah, Kevin and Brenna discuss their picks and predictions for Best Director for the 2013 Academy Awards and pick who SHOULD win and predict who WILL win. BEST DIRECTOR Michael Haneke: Amour Benh Zeitlin: Beasts of the Southern Wild Ang Lee: Life of »»

Just Seen It: Public Television National Episode Four PREVIEW - Feb. 7- Feb. 10, 2013 [Video]

What's coming up on our next episode of JUST SEEN IT that will be airing starting Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. CHECK YOUR LOCAL PBS LISTING FOR DAY AND TIME! »»

DVD Review: The Incredible Mel Brooks: An Irresistible Collection of Unhinged Comedy

Over the course of 5 DVDs, every element of Mel Brooks is exhumed, exposed and examined. »»

DVD Review: The Last Hard Men / Skyriders (Action Double Feature)

Action Double Feature: The Last Hard Men and Skyriders brings the best of James Coburn from 1976. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: 2011 Oscar Best Picture Picks and Predictions [Video]

Our Picks and Predictions for the 2011 Academy Award for BEST PICTURE. The nominees are: The Artist The Descendants Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close The Help Hugo Midnight in Paris Moneyball The Tree of Life War Horse »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: 2011 Oscar Best Director Picks and Predictions [Video]

Check out our Picks and Predictions for the 2011 Academy Award for BEST DIRECTOR. The nominees are: Woody Allen – Midnight in Paris Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist Terrence Malick – The Tree of Life Alexander Payne & »»

First Poster For Steven Spielberg's War Horse Screams Give Me An Oscar

Separated by war. Tested in battle. Bound by friendship. »»

DVD Review: Roger Corman's Cult Classics: Streetwalkin'

Far as teen hooker films of the ‘80s go, Streetwalkin’ is a top dollar production. »»

Brett Ratner is offered the Oscars

The guy from Rush Hour is directing the Oscars. Yeah, really. »»

The Ron Howard Action Pack - DVD Review

Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Double Feature - The Ron Howard Action Pack is a double feature more exciting than The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. »»

127 Hours - Blu-ray Review

What happens when James Franco gets stuck between a rock and a hard place? An extremely entertaining, inspirational film, that’s what. »»

Monday Morning Critic 3.7.2011 - Oscar Fallout & The Rock's Faster

A DVD review of The Rock's latest action flick, Faster, and a look at some biting commentary from Samuel L Jackson about the Oscars. »»

83rd Academy Awards Running Diary (Oscars 2011)

Welcome to InsidePulse’s running Oscar diary. As the show goes on, me, my girlfriend Maria, and our friends, Yessie, Alex and Mike will give you our thoughts on the show, the awards, the clothing and, of course, the celebrities. All you have to do is sit back, enjoy the show, grab a drink and hit refresh on your browser as we’ll be updating right here with winners and commentary. »»

2011 Oscar Roundtable

The Inside Pulse Movies staff weighs out their Oscar predictions »»

Jenny Rushing Alme's Top 10 of 2010

Inside Pulse Movies' lone female staffer brings her opinion on the year cinematica! »»

Monday Morning Critic 9.20.2010 - Katy Perry, Over/Under & Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

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Sesame Street: 20 Years ...and Still Counting - DVD Review

This review was brought to you by the number 20. »»

Making Movie History: Who Ya Gonna Call?

"Death is but a door, time is but a window, I'll be back." Vigo said it, but maybe he meant it for those that beat him down. »»

Crash impacts in August

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Countdown to Oscar!

Yes...yes it is THAT time already! »»

The Odd Couple: The Fourth Season - DVD Review

What happens when a slob and his anal pal share a Manhattan apartment? You get the formula for a great TV sitcom that lasted five seasons. Oscar (Jack Klugman) gets sloppier every season as the sports writer whose bedroom looks like a garbage dump. Photographer Felix (Tony Randall) keeps the mess in check in his fussy neatfreak way. It's a primal battle between two roommates. Keeping it simple allowed the show to remain entertaining after all these years. »»

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