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posted a Quick Tip about Popeye the sailor 1933-1938. October 22, 2013
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Popeye the sailor 1933-1938
The early Popeye the Sailor Man cartoon shorts are simply put, classics in early animation.  Mixing together fluid animation, humorous hand-to-hand combat, Popeye's mush-mouth humor, Wimpy's …
reviewed Father of Invention. February 08, 2012
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Father of Invention
I have always a fan of Kevin Spacey.  In my humble opinion, he is in a class of elite actors that can actually become a character.  Therefore the only thing I knew before watching “Father …
reviewed Bereavement. December 19, 2011
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"Bereavement" is supposedly the chilling prequel to "Malevolence," another supposedly chilling film. However, after watching this dud, I have no plans on giving "Malevolence" …
posted a Quick Tip about Bereavement. December 18, 2011
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Now this is not a perfect film and might not make every ones personal favourites list but it is a good flick. I can see how some would not like it as much and how others could love it. It could be another …
reviewed Bereavement. December 18, 2011
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      BEREAVEMENT      {The state of being deprived of something or someone : the loss of a loved one by death.} That good people is a quick definition of the word …
reviewed Bonnie & Clyde Vs. Dracula. December 07, 2011
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Bonnie & Clyde Vs. Dracula
Genre crossovers are nothing new, but with the massive literary success of the novel PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, they're everywhere now and are an entire sub-genre in and of themselves. I like …
reviewed Minion Madness. November 26, 2011
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Minion Madness
DESPICABLE ME is a charming little movie with a lot of heart and just a tint of Addam's Family macabre. Yet, much of the success of the film comes from the little yellow minions that serve Gru. After …
reviewed Scared Shrekless. November 26, 2011
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Scared Shrekless
Shrek and his family and friends gather together to celebrate Shrek's favorite holiday: Halloween. When an argument erupts between Shrek and some of his friends, a wager is made to see who can tell …
reviewed Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas Special. November 26, 2011
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Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas Special
It's Christmas-time and Manny, Sid, Diego are all preparing for the upcoming holiday. When Sid destroys Manny's Christmas Rock that has been passed down from generation to generation Manny tells …
reviewed Dragon Ball Z Level 1.1. November 09, 2011
Dragon Ball Z Level 1.1
Families can be a real drag.  When you’re descended from a line of space warriors bent on toppling Earth, it can be ridiculously treacherous … especially when your evil warrior brother …
reviewed Bloody Girls triple feature. November 08, 2011
Bloody Girls triple feature
Much like Blue Underground and Anchor Bay Shriek Show/Media Blasters takes a good deal of time and effort in restoring obscure movies to DVD.  This triple feature/pack focuses on 1980 horror films …
reviewed The Princess of Montpensier. October 26, 2011
The Princess of Montpensier
Desperate Houselords: Love, Lust & Loss in 16thCentury France       For a film titled after a central female character, THE PRINCESS OF MONTPENSIER is a bit of an anomaly.  …
reviewed Bereavement. October 12, 2011
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As more time goes by, I personally believe it becomes more challenging maybe even difficult to make a horror movie truly scary, fresh and original. This is mainly due to the plethora of remakes, stale …
reviewed Bereavement. September 01, 2011
This is a horror film. Its director said he wanted to explore the psychology of madness and the passing of madness from one person to another; and he succeeds in doing so. The film also prompts us to …
reviewed On the Road With Jesus: Birth and Min.... July 13, 2011
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On the Road With Jesus: Birth and Ministry
Birth & Ministry is the first DVD of the "On the Road With Jesus" series. If you've never had a chance to travel around Israel and you can rent or borrow this DVD, then I'd highly …
reviewed Mrs. Bradley Mysteries Set. June 17, 2011
Mrs. Bradley Mysteries Set
"The countryside? A place where the birds and animals wander about uncooked."      That's Mrs. Adela Bradley speaking. The mystery is titled Speedy Death, the first of …
reviewed Tarzan and the Amazons. June 12, 2011
This is the ninth film that Johnny Weissmuller made as Tarzan of the twelve that he made. It is the first that Brenda Joyce starred in as Jane. She did three more with Weissmuller and then one with his …
reviewed Manhattan Transfer/Carmen McRae. June 11, 2011
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Manhattan Transfer/Carmen McRae
Their coolness is timeless...and so is their expertise and style as a vocal jazz group. The Manhattan Transfer, meaning Tim Hauser (bass), Janis Siegal (alto), Alan Paul (tenor) and Cheryl Bentyne (soprano), …
reviewed Cast a Long Shadow. June 02, 2011
Cast a Long Shadow
All too many films of every genre – westerns, mysteries, cop dramas, sci fi flicks, and others – reuse the plot "becoming a man." They may differ in how the man or boy was in the …
reviewed I Taught Myself Crochet. May 25, 2011
I Taught Myself Crochet
I bought this kit at Walmart for about $10.00. The kit includes a DVD, and the instruction book is the 2010 version.      The "I Taught Myself Crochet" 32-page book was pretty …
reviewed Porterhouse Blue. May 21, 2011
Porterhouse Blue
The master has just died...of a Porterhouse Blue. That is, of a stroke brought on by overindulgence. Long tradition insists that the masters of Porterhouse College name their successors, and that is to …
reviewed Mapp and Lucia TV. April 26, 2011
Mapp and Lucia TV
Here are the ingredients: It's the early Thirties in the small English seaside town of Tilling. The doyen of Tilling society is Miss Elizabeth Mapp (Prunella Scales). Miss Mapp is a gallumphing social …
reviewed Swan Lake. April 09, 2011
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Swan Lake
Matthew Bourne, probably Britain's greatest younger choreographer, has reset the old and great ballet of Swan Lake into a tale of British royal satire, repressed sexuality and just plain human longing …
reviewed Nutcracker!. April 09, 2011
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There's more hip and tongue action in Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker! than Tchaikovsky or Balanchine probably envisaged, but nevertheless the ballet is funny, touching, original and witty. More to …
reviewed The Car Man. April 09, 2011
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The Car Man
Okay, so this is a ballet, not a black-and-white noir with Robert Mitchum or Burt Lancaster. And the title is, in my opinion, too clever for its own good. Yes, choreographer Matthew Bourne uses great …
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