Apr 032019
 

Berlin, I Love You is hardly the worst interconnected ensemble dramas and at least one out of the ten vignettes was somewhat entertaining, one was peculiarly creepy and the other eight on the forgettable side.

 

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Feb 132019
 

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the ensemble drama, Berlin, I Love You starring Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Helen Mirren, Luke Wilson and others. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Jan 212018
 

Geostorm was rightfully basically in-and-out in theaters, domestically anyway since it did do okay overseas, as the script and dialogue was downright awful and even the normally charismatic Gerard Butler couldn’t help, same going for the supporting cast.

 

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Dec 112017
 

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the disaster film, Geostorm starring Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Ed Harris and Andy Garcia. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Dec 092014
 

While Stonehearst Asylum never quite reaches its full potential, the film does succeed with an admirable cast and fine performances from Jim Sturgess, Kate Beckinsale and, especially, Ben Kingsley who alone is well worth the time investment. The Blu-ray itself has good video/audio transfers but does falter with only one basic featurette.

 

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Jul 032013
 

Upside Down threw away so much potential that it could have been a cult classic but instead we get a jumbled screenplay and finished product that seems to be missing some key scenes. It also doesn’t help that our two protagonists are barely together early on making Adam’s journey so hard to follow because it’s not immediately obvious why he is so enamored with her.

 

 

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Jul 032013
 

Upside Down threw away so much potential that it could have been a cult classic but instead we get a jumbled screenplay and finished product that seems to be missing some key scenes. It also doesn’t help that our two protagonists are barely together early on making Adam’s journey so hard to follow because it’s not immediately obvious why he is so enamored with her.

 

 

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