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“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” Blu-ray Review

Anyone has perused the top 200 list on IMDb has noticed the title “Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.” sitting comfortably at #4 for...

“Big” Blu-ray Review

Those that purchased the first release of Big, released way back in 1999, no doubt threw their hands up in praise when Fox announced...

“Wayne’s World 1 & 2” Blu-ray Review

What once started as a sketch on a TV show (as so many 90’s comedies did, it seems) became a successful films in the...

“Without a Paddle” Blu-ray Review

From the man who brought you such fantastic films as Black Sheep, Joe Dirt, and Strange Wilderness is…Without a Paddled! Yes, somehow this man...

“Fargo” Blu-ray Review

The 1996 seven-time Oscar nominated film Fargo has been talked about for years and become a classic among film buffs. Although the relatively short...

“Enemy at the Gates” Blu-ray Review

After the success of Saving Private Ryan, war movies became all the rage to make. It didn’t take long for other studios to kick...

“Saturday Night Fever” Blu-ray

A mere year before John Travolta’s star became even brighter with Grease, Travolta earned a Best Actor nomination for his role in the 1977...

“Taken” Extended Cut Blu-ray Review

Although it looked like your average hostage/action film (think Ransom), Taken proved to audiences that it had a lot more action than drama. Despite...

“Changing Lanes” Blu-ray Review

There was a period of time when Ben Affleck was everywhere. From Kevin Smith movies to hosting SNL to starring in a stint of...

“Paycheck” Blu-ray Review

For every joke made about the title of this film and the actors who took part in it, there’s another Philip K. Dick story...

“3 Days of the Condor” Blu-ray Review

The Sydney Pollack thriller 3 Days of the Condor is heard of little these days, but surprisingly the themes it presents are shockingly relevant...

“Underworld Trilogy” Blu-ray Review

The Underworld series is a bit of an odd duck when it comes to what normally constitutes a trilogy. See, none of the films...