Robert Townsend, Paul Thomas Anderson, Mel Brooks and more have Blu-rays out today.
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Note: before somebody yells “ZOMG Spoiler!”, keep yer pants on.
Here are my full reviews of seven films (in no particular order) coming to, if not theaters, then at least an on-demand service near you soon.
Taken on its own terms, for what it’s trying to achieve, Sin City: A Dame to Kill for is almost an unqualified success – it sets out to bring Frank Miller’s words and pictures into 3-D as literally as possible, and it does
It’s all about the post-production on a movie like this, and at last it looks like they finished processing some of it.
It’s a fair enough consolation prize for not getting the Batman role. Two movies people actually want to see instead of one that they stare at like a potential trainwreck.
After all the talk, I, like many of you, said I’d believe this movie was happening when I saw proof. Well…here it is.
Today in nu Blu: A Doctor regenerates, and Oldboy is reborn, a Grandmaster is recut and a hairy Harry meets some Hendersons.
If they had to do a remake of Oldboy, we should be glad that this was what we got.
We’re all stoked for Spike Lee’s all-new Oldboy remake – but did you know the original manga is dramatically different from the cult South Korean hit?