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Twitches Too: Double Charmed Edition

The twitches are now reunited and living together yet still as different as ever. Camryn wants nothing more than to embrace the fact she is a princess and live the lifestyle of gowns, tiaras, and princes.  Alex would rather spend time focusing on school and life outside of Coventry.... Read more
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High School Musical 2

Disney’s Blu-Rays have been impressive as they have completely captured what the format is all about; crisp images, lossless sound and impeccable bonus features all featured in the highest definition possible.  When this title was announced in their BD lineup, I was somewhat perplexed as to why t... Read more
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The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

Despite the success (or lack there of) and critical acclaim (or lack thereof) of this quickly made third installment of the popular franchise, the movie is nonetheless a good-feeling movie that will make you counting the days until Christmas. ... Read more
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TaleSpin

Oh the memories, this show was so much fun. Baloo, Kit Cloudkicker, Rebecca Cunningham, Molly, and Wildcat work together to keep their courier company going.  But there are always villains that get in the way and new adventures to go on. There is a list of episodes on the back of the DVD’s.... Read more
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Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 1

Featuring 13 shorts dating back an astounding 24 years to Pixar’s humble beginnings at LucasFilm (George, how did you let these guys go?), Pixar Short Films is a great collection of hilarious and heartfelt shorts from the people that brought you Toy Story, Cars, The Incredibles and, most recently... Read more
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Cars

This is Disney’s first Pixar release on Blu-Ray from their back catalog (hitting the shelves the same day as the first release Ratatouille and Pixar Short Films Collection).  Why they chose Cars can only be guessed by saying that it is their most recent outside of Ratatouille, not their best.  I ... Read more
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Meet The Robinsons

Meet the Robinsons is surprisingly hilarious and, after watching it, will leave you wanting much more.  Pixar’s John Lasseter as executive producer shows his input into this very Pixar-looking Disney film.  The characters have Pixar written all over them as do the jokes but the animation quality ... Read more
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Roving Mars

I eagerly anticipate all IMAX movie to come out in the HD medium.  Even if the movie is bad, it usually looks absolutely amazing.  Most are very brisk (Roving Mars clocks in at 40 minutes) so they don’t take up too much of your time with the usual wavering storylines and bad narration.  ... Read more
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Bridge to Terabithia

While Bridge to Terabithia may not have overly succeeded in theatres, that is no sign of whether or not it is a quality adaptation of a loved children’s book.  Relative newcomer AnnaSophia Robb (also seen at Violet in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and barely seen in The Reaping w... Read more
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