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What a great movie to get you in the mood this Halloween season. A fun adventure that is family friendly. There is a mild thrill and chill factor, but if you or kids ever watched the Disney channel, you will surely enjoy this flick. Don’t forget the popcorn with this one.
Nothing new here in this adventure for Barbie. It’s a typical plot where Barbie has a problem to deal that is solved by her entering a magical world.
If you’re looking to find the spookiest of episodes of My Little Pony all in one place, look no further than MLP’s “Spooktacular Pony Tales’ DVD. Six of the seasons’ spookiest episodes are compiled on […]
Disney just released five movies on Blu-Ray for the first time ever: Tarzan, Hercules,Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The 10th anniversary of Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers and The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. All five hit the store shelves on August 12.
The Muppets are back, falling back on old winning formulas, but pulling it off better than ever in the Blu-Ray: “The Muppets Most Wanted.”
First off, something that you need to know about me before I launch into this review is that I love car action films. I enjoy car chases, races, and cars defying the boundaries of reality. Also, being familiar with the Need for Speed video games, I was certain that this movie was going to deliver it.
The game itself is a throwback with elements from various 8-bit titles sprinkled throughout. But even with all of the games it pulls its inspiration from, Shovel Knight is very much its own game. It looks and plays like a modern refinement of the 8-bit aesthetic.
When I was asked to review a foreign drama, I wasn’t sure what I had gotten myself into. I sat down, completely in the dark about it’s premise, worldwide accolades, and the fact that its pilot script alone was enough to create a hit American television drama Homeland.
The best compliment I can give Resurrection is, it’s as if The Walking Dead aired on Lifetime and was penned by Nicholas Sparks, or The 4400 minus the cool superpowers.
Volume 1 offers up the critically acclaimed “He Got Game” (1998) as well as “25th Hour” (2002). Volume 2 consists of some of Lee’s lesser known films “Summer of Sam” (1999) and “Miracle At St. Anna” (2008).
The eighth installment in this franchise is just the thing the Wii U needs to get out of its funk. The console’s been bogged down by headlines about its poor sales and even calls for Nintendo to pull a Sega and kill the Wii U off Dreamcast-style.