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Ken C. Pohlmann Posted: Nov 02, 2003 0 comments
Photos by Michelle Hood Disney has always stood above every other studio when it comes to animation.
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Ken Korman Posted: Oct 05, 2006 0 comments
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After the release of From Hell (2001) and
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Mike Mettler Posted: Mar 08, 2007 0 comments

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Sol Louis Siegel Posted: Jan 14, 2008 0 comments
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Director Patrice Leconte's fine adaptation of a Geo

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Al Griffin Posted: Nov 16, 2009 0 comments

No longer content to be tethered to A/V systems alone, many new Bluray Disc players augment their basic BD-Live online capability with streaming services like Netflix, Pandora, Vudu, YouTube, and CinemaNow.

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Ken Korman Posted: Sep 01, 2011 0 comments

Clinical depression isn’t exactly the stuff of Hollywood dreams. And in 2011, neither is Mel Gibson. His real-life drunken tirades have cost him dearly — and they make him an unlikely candidate for the necessarily sympathetic movie role of a severely depressed man who takes to talking through a beaver hand-puppet just to survive.

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Ken Korman Posted: Apr 03, 2006 0 comments
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Given its tired plot and relentless wallowing in grisly violence, director J
Michael Berk Posted: Aug 10, 2011 0 comments

VUDU debuts on the iPad today, though not quite in the way you'd expect. You won't find a VUDU app in the App Store - and for good reason.

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Ken Korman Posted: Nov 09, 2006 0 comments
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It's hard to recall a special-edition DVD as
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Marc Horowitz Posted: Jun 04, 2007 0 comments
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Director Steven Soderbergh pays homage to b
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Rad Bennett Posted: Mar 03, 2008 0 comments
Season 5
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It doesn't pay to be

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David Vaughn Posted: Aug 20, 2012 0 comments
Losing your spouse has to be one of the most heart-wrenching experiences anyone could ever face. Throw in a couple of young kids who must also cope with the loss, and the surviving parent is in store for a very rough ride. When we meet Benjamin Mee, it’s been six months since his wife passed. His two kids, 14-year-old Dylan and 7-year-old Rosie, are trying to adjust but aren’t faring well. The widowed dad is reminded of his wife wherever he goes in town, and Dylan gets expelled from school due to his unique art and a theft problem. It’s definitely time for a change of scenery.
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Steve Simels Posted: Jul 28, 2003 0 comments

Ah, crime and punishment. They go together like . . . Leopold and Loeb, Donny and Marie, Rimsky and Korsakov. Except, of course, in the movies or on TV, when folks sometimes get away with murder (think Body Heat or The Player).

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Josef Krebs Posted: May 09, 2006 0 comments
Walk the Line: single-disc edition 20th Century Fox
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Johnny Cash was