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Another Philip K. Dick adaptation, and another misunderstood film. Aside from Blade Runner, it seems that people really don’t understand Dick’s stylings so it’s a wonder why Hollywood even keeps making them.... Read more
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Another Philip K. Dick adaptation, and another misunderstood film. Aside from Blade Runner, it seems that people really don’t understand Dick’s stylings so it’s a wonder why Hollywood even keeps making them. ... Read more
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Surf's Up (BLU-RAY)

Light year’s better than Warner Bros.’ weak and overrated Happy Feet, the less successful Surf’s Up was definitely dealt the short-end of the stick on popularity but the…large end of the stick on quality, if that’s a term.... Read more
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Surf's Up

Light year’s better than Warner Bros.’ weak and overrated Happy Feet, the less successful Surf’s Up was definitely dealt the short-end of the stick on popularity but the…large end of the stick on quality, if that’s a term. ... Read more
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Bram Stoker's Dracula (BLU-RAY)

Francis Ford Coppola’s beautiful rendition of Bram Stoker’s haunting classic finally gets a decent disc treatment. Pulse-pounding performances by Anthony Hopkins and, mainly, the always underrated Gary Oldman.... Read more
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Bram Stoker's Dracula

Francis Ford Coppola’s beautiful rendition of Bram Stoker’s haunting classic finally gets a decent disc treatment. Pulse-pounding performances by Anthony Hopkins and, mainly, the always underrated Gary Oldman. ... Read more
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Black Book (BLU-RAY)

So the cover of this DVD makes it appear that Black Book stars Christina Aguilera, James Gandolfini and Dennis Quaid when, in fact, it is far from that. Black Book is a decent movie but nothing overly original.... Read more
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Black Book

So the cover of this DVD makes it appear that Black Book stars Christina Aguilera, James Gandolfini and Dennis Quaid when, in fact, it is far from that. Black Book is a decent movie but nothing overly original. ... Read more
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Memoirs of a Geisha (BLU-RAY)

In this beautiful adaptation of Arthur Golden’s classic book, Director Rob Marshall stepped out of his normal stage-type presence as seen in Annie and Chicago and fans of the book couldn’t be happier for it.... Read more
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Memoirs of a Geisha

In this beautiful adaptation of Arthur Golden’s classic book, Director Rob Marshall stepped out of his normal stage-type presence as seen in Annie and Chicago and fans of the book couldn’t be happier for it. ... Read more
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