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Bluray Review: Alice in Wonderland (1951)

I think Disney's 1951 version of Alice in Wonderland is not only my preferred adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice stories but probably my favourite...

Movie Review: Vegas Vacation (1997)

One of the funniest movies of 1997, Vegas Vacation lives up to the high standard of comic relief expected from this ongoing series by...

Movie Review: Destination Tokyo (1943)

An obvious WW2 propaganda movie made back in 1943 with full blessings of the Navy Department. This Cary Grant flick falls flat on its...

Movie Review: Marley & Me (2008)

I was warned by a few friends not to see Marley & Me because it is sad...I didn't listen to the naysayers, and I...

Movie Review: Jesus Of Nazareth (1977)

Since Thomas Edison's invention of the modern cinema, countless filmmakers have endeavored to produce a moving picture that accurate chronicles the life and times...

Movie Review: The Greatest (2009)

"The Greatest" is a deeply moving and challenging film about grief and about how a family survives after the loss of their near perfect...

Movie Review: Eaten Alive (1977)

Robert Englund plays an extremely obnoxious fellow named Buck, who has a very funny line at the beginning of the film. When he's talking...

Movie Review: Borat (2006)

One of the most highly anticipated movies of the year is here: Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan...

Movie Review: Unlawful Entry (1992)

A rich couple in Los Angeles, Michael and Karen Carr (Kurt Russell and Madeleine Stowe) befriend a cop, Pete (Ray Liotta) after a break-in...

Movie Review: TRON (1982)

The original "Tron" movie was recently released on Blu-Ray DVD. It is a visually unique movie with a fairly interesting story that kind of...
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