Nov 162014
 

Going on 11 seasons, “Two and a Half Men” has shown its age although it never was my brand of humor, though Chuck Lorre-created series rarely are, but when Charlie Sheen was canned and with the departure of Angus T. Jones, even the inclusion of Amber Tamblyn couldn’t help liven up dried up jokes and half-assed plotlines.

 

 

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Jul 162012
 

The Butterfly Effect isn’t a perfect movie but it does have subject matters that not many other films, especially mainstream ones, rarely tackle. The performances from an impressive cast are mostly good and while some of the sequences are a bit laughable, I found it to be a serviceable flick. The Blu-ray has a decent amount of features, and the audio/video transfers are impressive to make this worth picking up.

 

 

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Apr 302012
 

New Year’s Eve is an all around poorly made movie. The writing is lazy, the interconnecting tissue between the ensemble is at best thin and just the overall plot never really had the proper flow; even Valentine’s Day seemed to have a more cohesive story.

 

 

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Apr 302012
 

New Year’s Eve is an all around poorly made movie. The writing is lazy, the interconnecting tissue between the ensemble is at best thin and just the overall plot never really had the proper flow; even Valentine’s Day seemed to have a more cohesive story.

 

 

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Feb 202012
 

Warner Bros. has announced the date and released artwork for the ensemble romantic comedy, New Year’s Eve starring a plethora of stars including Josh Duhamel, Robert De Niro, Hilary Swank, Jessica Biel, Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher. As with Valentine’s Day, Garry Marshall returns to direct. Check out the artwork and what features will be available on the Blu-ray combo pack.

 

 

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May 262011
 

Check out our reviews of the May 2011 Echo Bridge Home Entertainment Blu-ray catalouge titles. Movies include: The Crow: City of Angels, Equilibrium starring Christian Bale and Emily Watson; Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers; Hellraiser: Bloodline; Texas Rangers with James Van Der Beek, Dylan McDermott and Ashton Kutcher; Duplex/My Boss’s Daughter Double Feature with Ben Stiller, Drew Barrymore, Kutcher and Tara Reid and The Yards/The Lookout Double Feature starring Mark Wahlberg, Joaquin Phoenix, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jeff Daniels.

 

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Apr 302011
 

No Strings Attached hardly breaks new ground in the romantic comedy genre yet I still found it mostly to be a funny if not charming film. Although Ashton Kutcher doesn’t deviate from what we’ve seen from in other similar movies, he fills in the role of the doting boyfriend wanting more from a relationship and Natalie Portman is more than suitable for the stubborn woman afraid of commitment and the pain that might follow.

 

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Mar 212011
 

Paramount Pictures has announced the date and released artwork for the romantic comedy, No Strings Attached starring Natalie Portman, Ashton Kutcher, Kevin Kline and Cary Elwes. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork for both the Blu-ray and DVD.

 

 

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May 142010
 

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.

 

 

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May 142010
 

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.

 

 

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