Yes, I’m as worried as you that I actually somewhat enjoyed Stomp the Yard: Homecoming. The movie has enough stupidity for me to enjoy for the runtime and for some reason I wasn’t entirely bored throughout the flick. I’m going to get myself checked out by a doctor later today, don’t worry.
GOSSIP GIRL: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON
Failure after failure. That’s the motto for season 3. It’s tough to even find anything here worthwhile to comment on, because I’m honestly stumped how Josh Schwartz could have let the show get so stupid and boring.
ONE TREE HILL: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON
Season seven continues on with a selection of great episodes…along with some poor ones. But overall I was once again entertained by the misadventures these twenty-something year olds get into and wonder why my life is so boring and tame.
The Peacemaker has all earmarks of a generic mid/late ‘90s action-thriller and is only remembered thanks to the then up-and-coming star in George Clooney and the beauty of Nicole Kidman otherwise this could’ve easily been just another direct-to-video affair. The Blu-ray itself has a nice enough, though unimpressive, video transfer while the audio is also suitable with some good depth during the action scenes but the dialogue levels could’ve been better.
This is arguably one of the better seasons of the family in yellow, as though it only took a few more seasons after this one, around sixteen or seventeen, for the show to start a slow decline in laughter.
“The Vampire Diaries” has been misinterpreted for a Twilight rip-off, but that’s in no ways true. The show really falls into its own after the first few episodes, and once it hits episode six, the show starts firing on all cylinders until the end.
Season six gives viewers tons of answers and left me with a satisfied feeling. While I still think we should have gotten a few additional episodes to space out the pacing a bit, at least we got a proper conclusion.
Here is the trailer for Vanishing on 7th Street starring Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo.
I don’t know, while I respect Brad Anderson and think he did a great job on The Machinist and Session 9, something seems awfully familiar, but I can’t pinpoint what movie at the moment…
Date Night isn’t going to be remembered as a comedy classic by any stretch and if it weren’t for the brilliant casting of Steve Carell and Tina Fey, this would have been an utterly forgettable film outright.
The trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel and Mila Kunis is now online. Check it out:
All told, the 8 episodes add up to around 88-minutes so perhaps at the current $19.99 SRP, it is a tad much but if you can nab this for under $10 and are fans of the Penguins – or have kids that love the characters – then it might be worth it.