Monthly Archives: February 2013

A Good Day to Die Hard – Film Review

Contrary to popular belief, no film reviewer goes in to a film wanting it to be bad.  Like everyone else, they love the movies and want to be entertained and to be able to come out and declare what a fun time they’ve had.  If you look for something negative hard enough you’ll always find […]

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Safe Haven – Film Review

To date, eight novels from the popular author Nicholas Sparks have been adapted into film.  There are romance movies, then there’s Nicholas Sparks, making him now officially a genre of his own.  Seeing a romantic movie is one thing; when you go to see a Sparks romance you know what you’re in for. In Safe […]

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Beautiful Creatures – Film Review

It would be fair to say that without the big screen success of Twilight, Beautiful Creatures would never have been made.  They’re both based on a series of Young Adult novels and they’re both centered on a young, teenage couple, hopelessly in love, with a world of magic and horror as its base.  But from […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases (02/12/13)

An excellent cross-section of new DVD releases and Blu-Rays this week covering all kinds of tastes.   The trick to getting the maximum amount of enjoyment out of the new James Bond film, Skyfall, is to know as little about it as possible. Not that the there’s anything particularly stunning about the plot – it’s […]

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Identity Thief – Film Review

Anyone who has ever been the victim of Identity Fraud knows how painful the experience can be.  Lives are disrupted, credit ruined, and in some extreme cases, relationships fall apart.  I’ve even heard of people losing their jobs because of someone else stealing their cards and using their name.  So if Hollywood is going to […]

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New DVD and Blu-Ray Releases (02/05/13)

This week’s new DVD and Blu-Ray releases include an Oscar nominated performance, another thriller based on the novels of James Patterson, and a genuine classic from the Walt Disney vaults. In Alex Cross, the new crime thriller adapted from the novels of James Patterson, Tyler Perry gets his chance to finally be seen out of […]

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