Jul 152018
 

I had seen Memoirs of an Invisible Man back upon its release either in the theaters or on VHS but never since, and seeing it again 25 years later, and although yes the visual effects aren’t entirely impressive by modern day standards, it still wasn’t too back for that era while the story was a lot of fun to watch.

 

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May 092016
 

Not quite as powerful as it could have been, Clint Eastwood’s True Crime at least offers a couple fine performances and has a compelling enough of a story, though the screenplay could’ve used more work.

 

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May 052013
 

Teaching Mrs. Tingle was never my favorite film but with some biting dialogue and an amazing performance from Helen Mirren, challenging Meryl Streep in The Devil Wars Prada, this teen dark comedy has gathered a following over the years, far more than when it was released back in 1999. The Blu-ray release sadly has one of the worst video transfers while the audio is only adequate.

 

 

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Jul 272012
 

Clue is one of those comedies that have stood the test of time. The actors are so funny and perfectly cast for their respective roles and despite being based on a board game, and as inane/forced as the plot is, it’s reasonably mysterious to go along with the comedy. The Blu-ray offers up a nice high-definition video transfer and although the audio isn’t the greatest, it’s still OK.

 

 

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Apr 012011
 

Short Circuit 2 isn’t a great film but I think it’s probably on par with the original, not that that’s a huge feat. But the character that is Johnny Five makes this film work so well and during that key scene, your heart must be made out of stone if you didn’t feel at least something. This is one film that may not be a cult classic like other 1980s movies, but there is a certain charm to it.

 

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