From Paris with Love is a phenomenal, heart-pumping, hilarious joyride that shouldn’t be missed once it hits shelves. The acting is excellent and the comedy is golden here, plus you get to hear Travolta drop the F-Bomb in hilarious fashion multiple times throughout the movie.
Alice in Wonderland has all the technical achievements to be a great and memorable Tim Burton movie that we come to know and respect. The visual effects look great, the voice talent is good… unfortunately the story failed to do anything for me and the performances are all around too strange to either be funny or endearing.
Stay far away from this one and if you’re going to spend money on a featureless Blu-ray, might as well shell out for the original and best of the Wild Things series. Regardless of how bad or horrible Foursome may be, the video ranks among the worst that I’ve witnessed.
I saw Legion with a group of people back when it was released in theaters and thought it was truly a phenomenal movie. Sure, there are some scenes that made me go “huh?” and other things of that nature, but honestly I found it to be entertaining enough for me to forego any thoughts of not recommending it to anyone else.
Valentine’s Day may be a two-hour cliché but at the same time it’s fairly harmless and might please some people out there, but for me, I like my romantic-comedies to have, oh I don’t know, a little comedy thrown in there. I know… that’s a silly thing to expect. The Blu-ray itself is also a disappointment with a merely passable video transfer, a decent audio track and some subpar extras, most of which are exclusives.
Valentine’s Day may be a two-hour cliché but at the same time it’s fairly harmless and might please some people out there, but for me, I like my romantic-comedies to have, oh I don’t know, a little comedy thrown in there. I know… that’s a silly thing to expect. The DVD itself is also a disappointment with a merely passable video transfer, a decent audio track and only one special feature.
It’s tough to compare the two, but I’d say Season Two is just a wee it better than Season One just for the fact that it has introduced so many new characters (or expanded on old ones) that will be on the series for a long time to come.
As a comic book fan, in general, I found Elektra to be one of the most mundane and average comic book movie ever. There’s nothing really memorable, such as an action sequence, nor the performance from the lovely Jennifer Garner. However, Elektra does make a good time-waster and a film you don’t have to think about… at all.