Category Archives: Movies

‘Altitude’ With Dolph Lundgren And Denise Richards Hits Blu-Ray In June

 

Truth to tell, the last time I saw Denise Richards in a flick was the first rate and underrated thriller Wild Things. She gets top billing over Chuck Liddell and Dolph Lundgren in Altitude. Blu-ray details available after the jump!

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‘My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea’ Sets Sail In April

My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea

Unless you’ve led a charmed life, high school is oftentimes an extremely testing and soul crushing experience. Thanks to its memorable moniker, the animated film My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea has my attention. Details on the film and its release is available after the jump!

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Flipping the Script on: Benedict Cumberbatch’s ‘Third Star’

Welcome to “Flipping the Script,” a monthly column where I will reconsider recent films that have been panned, frowned upon, or simply under appreciated. I believe that movies should speak to us on a deep, personal level, and this column will consist of films that have done that for me despite widespread derision or apathy. Join me on my noble quest for cinematic redemption! This month we go on the search for the Third Star!

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Exclusive: Sophie Tweed-Simmons Talks ‘Country Crush’ And Music Journey

 

Country Crush is a musical that’s available starting March 14 (it’s a Walmart exclusive) and I’ll be posting a review this week on Hollywood Outbreak. I really enjoyed the performances and music featured in the project (if you love old-fashioned entertainment that’s filled with good songs, this may be your cup of tea).

Actress/singer Sophie Tweed-Simmons, who plays a sassy and uninhibited woman named Ainsley in the feature, talked about Country Crush and her own promising music career. Check out our interview after the jump!

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Blu-ray Pick: Gael García Bernal Publicizes the Migrant Experience in Jonás Cuarón’s ‘Desierto’

The best kinds of movies provide emotional context to the thorniest political, ideological and philosophical issues that plague us as a species. Now available on DVD and Blu-ray, Desierto, Jonás Cuarón’s Spanish-language feature, tackles one of the most topical concerns of the current United States administration: illegal immigration. By laying out the issue in narrative form, Cuarón adds a relatable, human face to a contentious concept, and delivers a thriller of a cat-and-mouse chase along the way.

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‘Batman’ – Movie Pop Culture Icon and New Adventures

 

A billionaire playboy and business and a vigilante at night, Bruce Wayne is the “dark knight” of the DC Universe. Created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger back in 1939, Batman continues to gain momentum thanks to his stature in comic books, cinema, and video games. No matter which corner you turn, the Caped Crusader is just a few steps away!

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Emma Watson’s ‘Belle’ An “Activist” In ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Beauty and the Beast, one of this year’s most anticipated films, may be a grand romance and adventure. However, it also manages to subtly spotlight the importance of reading and expanding one’s knowledge and imagination. Audio from Emma Watson, as she talks about how Paige O’Hara influenced her as a child, is found after the jump.

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