Archive for July, 2011

Cowboys and Aliens – Review

Cowboys & Aliens is loosely based off the comic of the same name. When they wrote the script for the movie, they followed mostly the same concept as the comic, but the story is different. They wanted fans of the comic to be rewarded with a new story instead of the same thing. The movie […]

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Crazy, Stupid, Love – Review

Crazy, Stupid, Love is a movie about a dad who’s life is falling to pieces, and he is trying to put the pieces back together.  Cal (Steve Carell) and his wife Emily (Julianne Moore)have been married for 25 years and on the way home from dinner she tells him she wants a divorce.  Not only does […]

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The Smurfs Movie – Review

One of the anticipated kids movies this summer is The Smurfs. I watched the Smurfs cartoons on Saturday mornings when I was a little kid, so I was excited to take my boys to this movie. The movie starts out with the Smurfs getting ready for the celebration of the Blue Moon. While out gathering […]

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DVD/Blu-Ray Releases for Tuesday, 7/26/11

Here’s the new releases for Tuesday, July 26, 2011… Source Code (DVD/Blu-Ray) A helicopter pilot (Gyllenhaal) recruited for a top-secret military operation finds himself on a startlingly different kind of mission in Source Code, a smart, fast-paced action thriller that challenges our assumptions about time and space. Filled with mind-boggling twists and heart-pounding suspense, Source […]

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Captain America: The First Avenger – Review

Marvel Studios has finally come out with a movie for their WWII Super Hero, Captain America. Not only was he great during wartime for to keep up morale, but he was one of Marvel’s most famous superheroes. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is a very patriotic man. All he wants to do is serve his country. […]

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Friends with Benefits – Review

To put it simply Friends with Benefits is a “chick flick”.  This movie follows the simple plot line girl meets guy, they have sex, girl gets mad at guy, guy wins girls heart back and they live happily ever after. Dylan (Justin Timberlake) is a sought after art director for a independant fashion website.  Jamie (Mila […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 – Review

The tag line for this installment of the Harry Potter series has been “It Ends Here” and that it does. I realize that most of  you reading are probably fans of Harry Potter and my guess would be that you have read the books.  So, I am not going to go into detail covering the […]

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Winnie The Pooh – Review

I was very excited to hear there was another Winnie the Pooh movie coming out. I’ve always been a huge fan, and I was glad to see that this movie stayed true to the older films. Another adventure begins in the Hundred Acre Woods when Pooh realizes that he has run out of honey. He […]

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GLEE: The 3D Concert Movie

ATTENTION ALL GLEEKS: BE THE FIRST TO EXPERIENCE, CELEBRATE AND SHARE GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE ON AUGUST 10 — TWO DAYS PRIOR TO FILM’S WORLDWIDE LAUNCH SPECIAL SHOWINGS – AND FILM’S OFFICIAL AUGUST 12 DEBUT IN THEATRES –FOLLOW THE SOLD-OUT “GLEE LIVE!” INTERNATIONAL TOUR   LOS ANGELES – July 13, 2011 … Twentieth Century […]

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Netflix Price Increases

Netflix has announced a new pricing structure today. So, most likely, you’ll be paying more a month for Netflix. Only one plan remains the same; the unlimited streaming only package stays at $7.99/month. The structure has changed completely. The streaming plans and DVD by mail plans have been separated. So, for $7.99, you can either […]

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