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Outcast (Blu-ray)

April 14th, 2015 No comments

Rent It The Movie: The feature directorial debut of stunt coordinator Nick Powell, 2014's Outcast begins with an opening scene in which two hardened swordsmen, the elder Gallain (Nicolas Cage) and a younger man named Jacob (Hayden Christensen) are embroiled in a fierce battle during the Crusades. From here, we skip ahead a few years to China where the dying king king (Shi Liang) declares that …

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Echoes (Blu-ray)

April 13th, 2015 No comments

Skip It The Film: Somewhere out in the ether of fiction yet to come, the ideal blend of the writer's process and surreal psychological horror waits to be discovered and materialized for the big screen. Sure, some films have successfully dabbled with the possibilities in metaphors and meta-context, but we've yet to see that great first-person supernatural thriller about a mentally-imbalanced …

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Big Eyes (Blu-ray)

April 13th, 2015 No comments

Recommended Director: Tim Burton Starring: Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz, Krysten Ritter Year: 2014 Big Eyes was a big bust at the Oscars this past awards season. An early frontrunner in a lot of categories, it failed to even earn a nomination in any group; a disappointing end to a buzz-filled run

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The Wicked Lady (Blu-ray)

April 11th, 2015 No comments

Recommended When I first saw the coming attractions trailer for The Wicked Lady (1983), starring Faye Dunaway, I was slightly confused. It looked like some sort of semi-sequel to Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers (1973), in which Dunaway played the scheming Milady de Winter. The Wicked Lady , despite some resemblance to Lester's film, was not a sequel

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Everly (Blu-ray)

April 10th, 2015 No comments

Skip It Director: Joe Lynch Starring: Salma Hayek, Akie Kotabe, Hiroyuki Watanabe Year: 2014 There's a classic & somewhat epic scene in Kill Bill that Everly immediately brings to mind. In it, Beatrix goes up against a gang of pop/ninja warriors called the Crazy 88

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The Rewrite (Blu-ray)

April 7th, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended The Rewrite Blu-ray Review The Rewrite is the latest film fromwriter-directorMarc Lawrence ( Music and Lyrics , Two Weeks Notice ).

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Song One (Blu-ray)

April 6th, 2015 No comments

Recommended Song One Blu-ray Review Song One premiered at the Sundance filmfestival in2014. It is a romantic-drama filled with beautiful music and spirit.The filmis the theatrical feature debut of its writer-director KateBarker-Froyland . Although the film received poor box office results and a mixedcritical response, Song One should stand the test of time as an underappreciatedfilm aboutthe …

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Singles (Blu-ray)

April 5th, 2015 No comments

Recommended The Movie: It's been said that the reason many musical acts suffer from a “sophomore slump” is because the artist took all of their best ideas of the past decade and distilled it into one breakout masterpiece. Given only a year or so to craft a follow-up, it's not surprising that most artists falter. One can only speculate that something like this happened for writer-director Cameron …

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Woman of Straw (Blu-ray)

April 3rd, 2015 No comments

Rent It The Movie: Thoughtfully crafted, lavishly produced yet lethargically weighed down with a familiar, Hitchcock-like plot, 1964's Woman of Straw represented an opportunity for Sean Connery to alert moviegoers that he could do more than James Bond. With solid work from co-stars Gina Lollobrigida and Ralph Richardson, Woman of Straw gets an overdue U.S

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The Immigrant (Blu-ray)

April 1st, 2015 No comments

Highly Recommended The Movie: On the surface, the plot of The Immigrant sounds like one of those cheesy period melodramas that the senior-aged audience eats up: A pure immigrant woman comes to New York during the early 1920s and has to become a prostitute in order to save her beloved sick sister from deportation. Just by reading the logline, one can easily imagine scenes full of operatic tragedy …

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