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Beauty and the Beast Blu-ray review

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Disney, Animation, Family, DVD Reviews,

Wanna know how impressed we were with Beauty and the Beast on Blu-ray? Well, there are still plenty of folks out there who doubt that there is any real discernible difference between a Blu-ray disc and a DVD as far as looks are concerned, but we'd bet if you sat them down in front of this classic, they'd be sold immediately. ...

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Monsters, Inc. Blu-ray review

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Disney, Animation, Family, Comedy, DVD Reviews,

Monsters, Inc. is the fourth feature-length film put out by Pixar, and in our opinion, it’s the one that pretty much put a stamp on the company’s reputation for their superior work in combining great storytelling, well-thought out characters, and mind-blowing technology. Monsters, Inc. hit theaters in 2001, which happens to be the same year that Shrek made his big screen debut, but Monsters ended up grossing more in the end. Part of the allure was …

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Up Blu-ray review

This week, Pixar released their latest film, Up, on DVD and Blu-ray, and we’ve been going through all the content on the Blu-ray release over the past couple of weeks. We know that the movie did extremely well at the box office, and reviews for the actual movie were great - but how does the home release of Up hold, er, up? Hit that read link, and we’ll let you know our thoughts on one of …

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Diamond Edition Blu-ray review

Not many people realize this, but Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is Disney‘s very first full-length animated motion picture. Some would say it is the most prized possession inside the Disney Vault, since one could argue that this movie not only pushed the still-young Disney studio well on its way to being the global powerhouse that it is today, but it also expanded and legitimized the art of animation. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs …

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FilmCrunch 067: Hairspray, Chuck & Larry, Premonition reviewed

In this episode of FilmCrunch, Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep review Hairspray, along with the DVD release of Premonition. Neil also hits us with a 60 second review of I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. All that, plus your typical dose of hilarity, in this episode. Now we want to hear from you - hit the forums and let us know what you think, what you want us to watch next, and any other recommendations …

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FilmCrunch 066: Rescue Dawn, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Astronaut Farmer

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep are back with more FilmCrunch video goodness, this time focusing on the theatrical releases of Rescue Dawn and the DVD release of The Astronaut Farmer. Veronica also checks in with her review of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. This episode kicks off with Veronica and Neil naming what they chose as their most inspirational movies. Now we want to hear from you - hit the forums and let …

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DVD REVIEW:  ‘Away From Her’

As I was putting the DVD of Away from Her back in its case, I noticed this line on the cover:  Sometimes you have to let go of something you can’t live without.  Of all the vague, cheesy and misleading taglines on most movie posters today…I couldn’t have chosen something more apt for this film.  The next best thing would have been:  If you loved that weeper ‘The Notebook’, this movie will rip your heart …

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FilmCrunch 064: Blades of Glory Review

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep take a look at Blades of Glory in this episode of FilmCrunch. When the macho, swaggering Chazz Michael Michaels takes to the rink, he is the rock star of the arena, leaving a trail of thrashed ice and shrieking female fans in his wake. The only competitor who can match Michaels’ scores is the driven former child prodigy, Jimmy MacElroy. Spotted as a youth executing triple lutzes on the frozen pond …

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DVD REVIEW:  God Grew Tired Of Us

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Posted by Veronica Santiago
Categories: Documentary, DVD Reviews,

Every once in a while you are fortunate enough to watch a movie that really shakes you to your core.  Afterwards, you feel compelled to grab any and everyone you see to tell them about it.  I had that experience just last week—and since then, my friends have had to bear the brunt of my enthusiasm. Earlier this year, I caught a Nightline piece about the film, God Grew Tired of Us.  This documentary about the …

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This Week on DVD:  August 28, 2007

Hopefully you have some good plans for yourself this Labor Day Weekend because the DVD offerings this week are slim.  But if you need a backup in case your BBQ is rained out, here are a few of the choices coming out this Tuesday: Blades of Glory (click to see previous FilmCrunch review)—starring Will Ferrell and Jon Heder Year of the Dog—starring Molly Shannon, Peter Sarsgaard A Night at the Roxbury (Special Collector’s Edition)—starring Will Ferrell, …

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