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Evangelion 1.01 You Are (Not) Alone DVD Review

Story problems aside, ‘Evangelion’ is still a fun watch. Continue reading

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My Sister’s Keeper Blu-ray Review

“My Sister’s Keeper” is a moving, but flawed drama. Continue reading

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The Open Road Blu-ray Review

“The Open Road” is a well acted, but slow moving dramedy. Continue reading

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Glee comes to DVD on December 29th

Direct from Fox’s PR “Give a cheer for TV’s hottest, funniest and most talked-about new series when “Glee” Season 1: Road To Sectionals debuts on DVD December 29 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Filled with beloved characters and sensational musical numbers, “Glee” Season 1: Road To Sectionals is an electrifying, pitch-perfect winner. William McKinley High School once had a champion glee club, but now they are floundering. That is when an idealistic Spanish teacher (Matthew Morrison, Music & Lyrics) takes up their cause, vowing to transform the rag-tag group of singers and dancers into champions.” Continue reading

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Xavier: Renegade Angel Seasons 1 And 2

Review by Robert Ham

If you are at all familiar with the deconstructionist children’s show parody Wonder Showzen that Xavier creators Vernon Chatman and John Lee cooked up for MTV2, you might have some insight into the depths that its creators was were willing to go to provoke a reaction (not necessarily laughter, either, though there was plenty of that to be had). But I doubt anyone could have predicted this show as their next step.

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Brüno DVD Review

 

 

 

 

 

Based on the raving reviews on Bruno‘s cover, I was prepared to experience extensive bouts of laughter. What I got was a hit-and-miss serving of more offensive behavior and shocking acts from Sacha Baron Cohen.

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