DVD Review: Grey's Anatomy (Complete Ninth Season)

The producers weren't lying when they said, "Everything Changes." »»

Blu-ray Review: Brother Bear/Brother Bear 2

Brother Bear came at a dark time for Disney animation and it shows in the storytelling. »»

Blu-ray Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon 4-disc 3D Limited Edition Set

Paramount and Bay have put together an incredible Blu-ray package that delivers on all fronts. »»

Blu-ray Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

When it comes to Michael Bay I think William Shakespeare sums it up best. "It is a tale. Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing." »»

Transformers: Dark of the Moon - Review (3)

Michael Bay delivers action in spades, but again fails at telling a story. »»

Transformers: Dark of the Moon - Review (2)

An hour of decent material scattered throughout 150 minutes »»

Transformers: Dark of the Moon - Review

... your luck is about to transform. »»

Grey's Anatomy: The Complete Sixth Season - DVD Review

The big theme of this season is change. Everyone pretty much knew that Katherine Heigl and T.R. Knight wanted off of Grey's Anatomy, and they both got their wishes during this season. »»

Dr. Strange Film Conjures Up Writers

Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey reported to show interest in the role of Marvel Comics' sorcerer supreme. »»

Valentine's Day - Review

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

Made of Honor - DVD Review

There seems to a recent trend that Hollywood and screenplay writers are hoping will catch on when it comes to releasing romantic comedies. We all know that the genre is the most tired and worn-out type of film going today. However, we have seen so many chick flicks being presented in reverse. Usually romantic comedies are told through the perspective of the woman, but films like Definitely, Maybe have flipped that idea around and have told the standard romantic comedy story through the eyes of the man. It's refreshing for sure, but it doesn't always work. Next to attempt to be a fresh and unique entry in the romantic comedy genre by attempting to reverse roles is Made of Honor. »»

Grey's Anatomy: Season Four - DVD Review

The acting during this season is on par with previous seasons. The cast of this show is extremely diverse and interesting. You can't help but have an opinion on every character, good or bad, and see what happens to them. The subtractions of Kate Walsh and Isaiah Washington this season are tough, especially Washington who played an outstanding character. Kate Walsh is not missed nearly as much due to the fact that she is replaced in a round-about way by Chyler Leigh, who is Meredith's sister. There is great conflict between Meredith and Lexie and the addition of this character was fantastic. So fortunately the overall additions to the cast equal out the overall subtractions from the cast this season. »»

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