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Babel

February 13, 2007 // 0 Comments

"Kill me… but save my brother. He did nothing… nothing! Save my brother… he did nothing." As we've stretched to the heavens to learn more about the world around us, human society has never seemed more immense than it does in the 21st [...]

Troy

September 27, 2006 // 0 Comments

For some reason a lot of people do not like Wolfgang Petersen's "Troy." I am not sure, why that is. Never really figured it out. While it is certainly not a masterpiece or landmark film, I've always enjoyed it for what it is and [...]

Spy Game

August 22, 2006 // 0 Comments

Paranoia and double-crosses have always been staples of espionage films. We've all seen spy movies where a character gets duped by someone that they could trust — typically someone who turned out to be the enemy. Well, what if you were a spy [...]

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

December 15, 2005 // 0 Comments

"Mr. & Mrs. Smith" is a pure example of what terrific chemistry between two actors can produce on screen, maybe a little too well. Suffering from a stagnant and borderline bland marriage for five (or possibly six) years, John (Brad Pitt) [...]

A River Runs Through It: Deluxe Edition

December 2, 2005 // 0 Comments

Beautifully shot in the Montana wilderness, director Robert Redford tells the story of two brothers growing up in a smaller town under the guidance of their authoritarian minister father (Tom Skerritt) in "A River Runs Through It". Sharing their [...]

Spy Game

April 16, 2002 // 0 Comments

Paranoia and double-crosses have always been staples of espionage films. We’ve all seen spy movies where a character gets duped by someone that they could trust — typically someone who turned out to be the enemy. Well, what if you were a spy and [...]

The Mexican

August 6, 2001 // 0 Comments

Among the countless modern ultra-violent thrillers and action films, it is great to see movies occasionally that are within those genres but not entirely targeted at teenagers, and dare to have a heart, despite their dark and violent nature. Gore [...]

Snatch

July 11, 2001 // 0 Comments

I’m going to start off this review with a little story. Two years ago, in the summer of 1999, I was tipped off on the fanatical Internet DVD forums that a little known film from England was going to be released on DVD and that it was available online [...]

Se7en: Platinum Edition

November 20, 2000 // 0 Comments

Replacing the previously released "flipper" DVD of David Fincher’s disturbing thriller "Se7en, " New Line Home Video has made sure to give DVD fans plenty of incentive to go out and pick this title up. Presented as a 2-disc Platinum [...]

Legends Of The Fall

November 7, 2000 // 0 Comments

"Legends of the Fall" was a very early DVD release from Columbia TriStar that featured a stellar transfer but was lacking any notable extras. Realizing that this bare-bones package just did not do the film justice, the studio has re-released the [...]
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