Tag: blu-ray review

  • “A Haunted House 2” Blu-Ray Review

    “A Haunted House 2” Blu-Ray Review

    It doesn’t even seem like it was that long ago that I was reviewing “A Haunted House”, yet here were are… I wouldn’t call myself a fan of the parody movie, but “Scary Movie” 1 & 2, are still among some of my guilty pleasures. Once the Wayan’s brother’s left that series things went downhill…

  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Blu-Ray Review

    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Blu-Ray Review

    If you know me then it’s no secret that I am not a fan of Ben Stiller. “Zoolander” was the dumbest movie I’ve ever not been able to sit through, “The Watch” and “Tower Heist” were severely disappointing, and Envy is probably the worst movie I’ve ever seen, period. There are a few of his…

  • “Broken City” Blu-Ray Review

    “Broken City” Blu-Ray Review

    For a movie that went straight to DVD, this movie wasn’t that bad… What’s that? It came out in theaters? Really? Well then… For a movie that came out in theaters, this movie was kinda ‘meh’. All joking aside, “Broken City” doesn’t stand out when it comes to crime dramas, and coming from one half…

  • Heavy Weights Blu-Ray Review

    Heavy Weights Blu-Ray Review

    Ah Heavyweights, I have fond memories of this movie from when I was a kid and even after watching it again I still enjoyed it quite a bit. When the movie came out in theaters in 1995 it was a huge flop, but seeing as how I was only 13 at the time, I had…

  • Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Blu-Ray Review

    Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Blu-Ray Review

    Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure is by far one of my favorite time travel movies of all time, it’s a close second to “Back to the Future”. For those of you that haven’t seen this flick yet, I suggest you check it out. Made in 1989, Bill and Ted, played by Alex Winter and Keanu…

  • Moonrise Kingdom Blu-Ray Review

    Moonrise Kingdom Blu-Ray Review

    The phrase “this is a Wes Anderson movie” can have a polarizing effect. For some, it conjures images of dysfunctional families and pretentious examinations of self-indulgent characters. For others, myself included, it means, “Shut up and take my money.” This is a Wes Anderson movie. Like all Wes Anderson movies, Moonrise Kingdom is part living…