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Zadzooks: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season Six review (Blu-ray)

July 14th, 2014 No comments

Paramount and CBS Digital continue to beautifully immortalize the crew of the starship USS Enterprise-D with the high-definition release of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season Six (CBS Home Entertainment, Not Rated, $129.99). The latest collection arrives on six Blu-ray disks and, again, as with all of the latest re-releases …

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8 Ways to Watch TV and Movies Online

July 14th, 2014 No comments

And almost seven of them are entirely legal.

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A Viewer's Guide to Weekend Movies: All The Apes Love Sandy Bullock

July 11th, 2014 No comments

What about Sandra Bullock, how do you feel about her? Good! Because Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is great. Our David Sims calls it “a robustly-told story of our sad tendency to escalate towards violence, even when armed with all our supposed intelligence.” It’s the only wide release this week – reminiscent of Transformers: Age of Extinction’s solo show at the box office two weeks ago.

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For ''Planet of the Apes'' Matt Reeves, several boyhood connections

July 10th, 2014 No comments

When he was 13, Matt Reeves began directing homemade movies with a friend. The Los Angeles teenagers would collaborate on homages to the 1970s genre cinema all around them, making shorts that for Reeves included such childhood grandiosities as “Intergalactic Battles.”

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Gerard Butler: I've been lucky with acting

July 10th, 2014 No comments

Gerard Butler, 44, is a trained lawyer turned actor. He followed with a slew of movies, and in fact, there was a period when it was difficult to watch a film that didn’t star Gerard Butler. Some of them include: 300, P.S, I Love You, Nim’s Island, The Ugly Truth, Gamer, Law Abiding Citizen, Olympus Has Fallen, and now he reprises his role in How to Train Your Dragon 2, the sequel to the 2010 hit …

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Overall Upgraded TDMore v1.0.0.1 Released on July 7, 2014

July 8th, 2014 No comments

TDMore Software, a newly emerged brand for easier and better multimedia solutions, just released update v1.0.0.1 on July 7, 2014 covering all its copy and converter products – DVD Copy, Blu-ray Copy, DVD Converter and Blu-ray Converter.

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Overall Upgraded TDMore v1.0.0.1 Released on July 7, 2014

You can now watch pirated movies on Google Chromecast

July 7th, 2014 No comments

Pirated movies are coming to Google Chromecast. Popcorn Time, a streaming service for pirated movies, announced Sunday that its software is now Chromecast-compatible for Windows users

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Has Hollywood Forsaken the 4th or Have Audiences Jilted Hollywood?

July 7th, 2014 No comments

This weekend, no one went to the movies.  Well, not no one.  The latest in the Transformers series did $36.4 (in its second week). The modestly budgeted Melissa McCarthy comedy “Tammy” did decently at $32.9, while the other two new films supernatural thriller “Deliver us from Evil” and family friendly sci-fi “Earth to Echo” both debuted to disappointing results.

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Steve Hackett Goes Behind-The-Scenes Of Genesis Revisited DVD Recap

July 5th, 2014 No comments

Steve Hackett has launched a six-minute trailer for his Genesis Revisited: Live DVD, out this week. The behind-the-scenes clip shows the preparations leading up to his Royal Albert Hall concert

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Foreign-language ‘Lunchbox’ harks back to ’30s Hollywood

July 4th, 2014 No comments

A light romantic comedy from India leads this week’s movies on Blu-ray and DVD. “The Lunchbox” (Sony Classics/Blu-ray/DVD, 2014, PG, in English and in Hindi with English subtitles, featurette).

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