Blu-ray Review: The Hoax

A flawed piece about a flawed man. »»

Blu-ray Review: Movie 43

Just a bunch of silly nonsense and random crude skits starring some of Hollywood’s most recognizable stars. »»

Movie 43 - Review

Has more than 43 reasons to hate it ... one to kind of like it »»

Nominations For the 70th Annual Golden Globes - Movies

The ceremony airs live on NBC, Sunday, January 13. »»

Movie 43 Trailer Has Gerard Butler As A Leprechan, Plus Other Celebrities Acting Crazy

Wacky shenanigans ensue in this Kentucky Fried Movie-inspired comedy that includes everyone from Johnny Knoxville to Kate Winslet. »»

Arbitrage - Review

A thriller where money is the root of evil and a problem solver. »»

Richard Gere Is Bernie Madoff In Arbitrage Trailer

Richard Gere's latest Arbitrage has a trailer. You can view it below. Plot Summary: New York hedge-fund magnate Robert Miller (Gere) is the epitome of success, but behind the facade he's in way over his head. He's desperate to sell his trading e »»

DVD Review: Kojak (Season Four)

There's such a rush to see the extremely young Richard Gere, Blair Brown and Christopher Walken chewing the scenery with Telly Savalas. »»

Disc News: Kojak busts a fourth season in May

The shining dome of justice that is Kojak had been dimmed for nearly seven years. The classics '70s New York Cop show had been backburned after its first season DVD set was released in 2005. Things looked bleak until Shout! Factory revived the DVDs w »»

Richard Gere's The Double Reveals Entire Film In Trailer (Spoilers)

Want to see what happens in The Double without actually watching it? »»

Brooklyn's Finest - Blu-ray Review

Brooklyn's Finest, by first timer Michael C. Martin, is an extremely well written script with very well developed and engaging characters. »»

Hachi: A Dog's Tale - Blu-Ray Review

A tearjerker true story about a man and his incredibly loyal dog. »»

Brooklyn's Finest - Review

Because Brooklyn’s Less Than Mediocre just doesn’t sound right »»

Amelia - Review

One “L,” Two Oscars and three bad movies in a row »»

Nights in Rodanthe - Blu-ray Review

I suppose that since I'm not the demographic that Nicholas Sparks was aiming for when he wrote this or any of his books, the romance was lost on me. Nights In Rodanthe plays like a cheesy romance novel, and in some regard that's what it is. »»

Primal Fear: Hard Evidence Edition - Blu-ray Review

My first viewing of Primal Fear was about five years ago and I must admit that the initial shock from the final twist lingered in my mind for days afterwards. That my friends is the making of a good film and it's made even better by the whole thing being very entertaining as well. The problem with films like this is that the replayability just isn't there because once you knows what truly happens, everything playing up to the climax just doesn't have the same affect. Obviously that's the case here since this is the first time I've seen the film against since the first time. Either way, it's a damn fine film on a Blu-ray disc littered with a so-so selection of special features. »»

Primal Fear: Hard Evidence Edition - DVD Review

I've had a love-hate relationship with my desire to see this film for years. I love Edward Norton and have always wanted to see him in his first role. On the other end, I really hate Richard Gere - so much so that I've put off watching this film th »»

Nights in Rodanthe - DVD Review

If you don't know the name Nicholas Sparks, then you probably aren't a female between the ages of 16 and 50. Those in that demographic know Sparks immediately as that guy who wrote The Notebook. Of course, he also wrote Message in a Bottle and A Walk to Remember before that book, and all three romance novels were soon adapted into films. It was only a matter of time before his next book, Nights in Rodanthe was made into a film as well. All four novels, and subsequent films, have the theme of the transcendent power of romantic love. But how well does Nights in Rodanthe stack up as a film to Sparks' previous work and the romance film genre in general? »»

Unfaithful - Blu-ray Review

This is a film I saw in theatres back in 2002 when my life was at the tender and naive age of twenty-three. I recall thinking back then that Unfaithful was such a hot and intense film that made me look at Diane Lane in a whole new light because she was just so very sexy in it. That still holds true today, but now I see Unfaithful for the sexiness, the intensity, the drama, the love, the lust, the anger, the rage, the sorrow, the heat, and so much more. »»

New Primal Fear SE release for March 2009

You may think you've seen it all, but you haven't seen anything yet. »»

Lane and Gere's Unfaithful relationship on Blu-Ray in January

Even infidelity can be seen in high definition! »»

Nights in Rodanthe - Review

Did we really need another Bridges of Madison County? »»

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