Posts Tagged ‘dvd’
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The Gallows

Unfortunately, the found-footage film's gimmicky style overshadows its timely substance.

Wild Card

A Jason Statham action vehicle that drives through a Paul Newman-esque character study.

Benedict Cumberbatch stars in "The Imitation Game" (2014).

The Imitation Game

"The Imitation Game" is a gripping drama that doesn't let the audience off the hook for history's terrible treatment of Alan Turing.
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D-list schlock. I'd rather see what Thomas Jane spent this paycheck on.

The Congress (2014)

The Congress

"The Congress," starring Robin Wright, is a psychedelic meditation on identity, ownership and free will in the digital age and beyond.
Pay 2 Play (2014)

Pay 2 Play

"Pay 2 Play" examines the influence of corporate money on politics and free speech.

Pompeii - inside


An overlooked disaster film that's definitely worth a rental.
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2 Broke Girls: Season 2

"2 Broke Girls" is as broken as its leads.

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Pain & Gain

"Pain & Gain" is pure Michael Bay, a tongue-in-cheek testament to all his excesses.
Bullet to the Head Inside

Bullet to the Head

“Bullet to the Head” is a pretty fitting title for Sly’s latest because that was all I wanted by the time the credits started.

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Oz: the Great and Powerful

"Oz: The Great and Powerful" joins the ranks of every other shallow computer-generated prequel you wish you could love as much as the original.
Any Day Now within post

Any Day Now

Based on a true story from the 1970s, the story of a gay couple and their foster child is only slightly schmaltzy and, sadly, still relevant.


Gangster Squad

Blunt and brisk in its own inoffensive way, "Gangster Squad" is still a piece of meathead cinema and one that's mostly sizzle, no steak.

Zero Dark Thirty

One of 2012's greatest films is one of 2013's bigger Blu-ray disappointments thus far, at least as comprehensive special features are concerned.