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DVD Review KATT WILLIAMS: KATTPACALYPSE
Kattapacalypse is pretty funny, but ultimately unsatisfying and not worthy of multiple viewings. Katt Williams is a funny dude but his material here is choppy and disjointed. He comes onto the stage like a lion abut by the end is laying down with the lambs.
DVD Review NORMAN MAILER: THE AMERICAN
This is an often unpleasant tale of a celebrated writer that is told frankly and openly by people who knew him personally. Director Joe Mantegna weaves their commentary into a visual history of the latter half of the last century and evokes an intriguing portrait of one its most important chroniclers. Norman Mailer: The American gives a multi-faceted answer to the question: who was that guy?
Trying to balance work and family is a non-stop juggling act for Kate Reddy (SarahJessica Parker). As a determined Boston-based finance executive, she devotes her day to her job and her night to her adoring husband Richard (Greg Kinnear) and their two young children. In between conference calls, meetings, deadlines, and her daughter's school bake sale, Kate manages to survive on a daily basis. But when she gets handed a major new account that will require frequent trips to New York, and Richard also wins the new job he's been hoping for, both will be spreading themselves even thinner.
The ultimate DVD set for any Neeson fan. Titles include: The Bounty, A Prayer for the Dying, High Spirits, Shining Through, Nell, Rob Roy, Kinsey, Kingdom of Heaven and Taken.
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DVD Review SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND
The story of Spartacus has been told many times for many reasons. This newest version, Spartacus: Blood and Sand which first aired on STARZ, is a potent mix of violence, sex and intrigue. A high-powered cast, innovative technology and solid writing has wired together one of the most entertaining historical action series ever.
DVD Review CRASH: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON
While not the best show on TV or DVD, Crash can be diverting and fun in a pulpy kind of way, like a decent detective novel. But, it seems like there should be more.
DVD Review ONE TREE HILL: THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON
Love it or hate it, the show is increasing in popularity. There is a big risk to its continuance with the significant cast changes in store for the next season. The DVD provides the nice "soap-opera-on-disc" continuity that allows the viewer to blend the episodes together and find new levels of continuity that are not available in the weekly, commercial interrupted versions.
DVD Review SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS 1960S VOLUME 1
A nostalgic set of cartoon fun from the 1960s, one can find a lot entertainment in these old-school cartoons starring The Flintstones, QuickDraw McGraw, Space Ghost, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and more.
Press Release Michael Schenker release new CD and Reschedules Tour Dates - MVD
Gipsy Lady, the first album from the Michael Schenker-Gary Barden Acoustic Project, will be available on CD and vinyl on May 19(just before the US tour begins). Gary Barden's vocals give the cleverly arranged songs just the touch of soul they need for full impact... The long-term Schenker collaborator wrote the lyrics virtually off the top of his head. Also on board is Michael Voss, an experienced producer and second guitarist, who also provides background vocals. Kai Luennemann on percussion completes the team.
DVD Review BIG STAN
This type of film is not for everybody. If you want a few bawdy and awful laughs, they can be found in Big Stan. Superior to a lot of films of its ilk, Rob Scheider and a great cast make a good effort to amuse you.
dOc Vault Comic Book Confidential
Comic Book Confidential is a fascinating look at the history of comic books in America. If you ever have laughed at Zippy the Pinhead or the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, thrilled to the heroics of Captain America or the Silver Surfer, or cracked up at the satire of Alfred E. Neuman... you will enjoy this film. And, if you have never done these things, this film might make you wonder what you have been missing.
I have been a fan of movies for my whole life and have even took some time to study them in college. I would say that my favorite director is Stanley Kubrick. My favorite star is Marlon Brando. My favorite movie is probably The Godfather, but that is hard to say. I enjoy classic film, as well.
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