Nov 192017
 

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is my least favorite of the series yet it’s still entertaining with a compelling enough mystery surrounding the plot and it was nice seeing the young cast becoming comfortable in their respective roles while the addition of Kenneth Branagh gives the darker tone, compared to Sorcerer’s Stone, some levity.

 

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Nov 192017
 

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone might not be perfect, it was however the perfect way to introduce audiences to this world and characters we would follow for the next several years. Even so, I was thoroughly entertained and they really did a great job casting the three unknowns and surrounding them with some excellent talent.

 

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Sep 242017
 

A Fish Called Wanda finally gets the proper Blu-ray treatment with a remastered video which puts the 2011 release to shame and this is a movie that deserved it as it is an often hilarious comedy featuring wonderful performances, especially Kevin Kline who earned the Academy Award.

 

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Sep 212017
 

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for Years 1-4 of the Harry Potter franchise, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Mar 052017
 

Trolls is one of those half-baked animated features that might feature nice animation, it’s something that’s probably geared more towards kids and has little to offer their parents; on the plus side, the voice acting wasn’t bad.

 

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Review: Muppet Treasure Island/The Great Muppet Caper BD + Screen Caps

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Nov 302013
 

This is a release you buy solely for the movies and both The Great Muppet Caper and Muppet Treasure Island are great movies for the entire family, though latter is a tad darker in comparison. However, the bonus material is limited (and mostly non-existent with Caper) but the audio and video transfers are both well done and don’t appear to have been DNR’d to death.

 

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Oct 142011
 

While I’ve never been a big fan of the characters, Winnie the Pooh has stood the test of time and with this theatrical film, it will hopefully find new fans. The movie itself is fun and wholesome for the entire family. It’s not going to challenge your mind or even break new ground in terms of… well… anything be it animation or voice talents, however I enjoyed it well enough for what it is.

 

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