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Let's get one thing out of the way from the start: as a faithful adaptation of the second act of Tolkien's beloved book, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug fails, and fails spectacularly. It not only represents filmmaker Peter Jackson's loosest ... The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Blu-ray review »
Let's get one thing out of the way from the start: as a faithful adaptation of the second act of Tolkien's beloved book, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug fails, and fails spectacularly. It not only represents filmmaker Peter Jackson's loosest ... The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 3D Blu-ray review »
One of the side benefits of being born to parents who are probably a bit too old to be having children is being raised
with a greater awareness of cultural treasures of past generations. I have long joked that I was my parentsí mid-life
crisis, ... The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Blu-ray review »
The Kevin Smith we know today isnít the Kevin Smith of old. These days, Smith is the elder statesman of indie film, currently spinning plates with SModcast, his podcast empire, while occasionally working up the energy to make movies (2011ís ďRed ... Mallrats Blu-ray review »
I'm a sucker for heist flicks. Love 'em. I was actually a bit more excited about The Nut Job than my son, if you can believe it. He was in it for the wise-cracking animals, I was in it for the heist. But I was caught up in a moment of genre ... The Nut Job Blu-ray review »
Title character Philomena's story isn't at all unique, at least not on the surface. Her search for her long-lost son is one undertaken everyday in
nations around the world.
Modern technology -- digital sleuthing and the abundance of ... Philomena Blu-ray review »
Some films draw strength from their flaws. Orson Welles's last film as a Hollywood director, the
pulp thriller Touch of Evil, was a flop when Universal first released it in 1958, and even Welles's
most devoted fans had to admit that much was wrong ... Touch of Evil Blu-ray review »