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Tuesday, 20 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) At long last, Joel and Ethan Coen film fans can rejoice in the Blu-ray release of “O Brother, Where Art Thou?.”  Arguably, it is one of their best films, but as a Coen fan they are really hard to ranked in order of best to worst. “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” and is a smart, witting and musical masterpiece.  Unlike “The Big Lebowski,” “OBWAT” was a bigger mainstream success, garnering Oscar nominations.  Chances are that you are already a fan of the film, but if you are looking for an in-depth review of the film itself please visit our review by clicking here. The star of this Blu-ray release is the video transfer.  It is minted from a brand new digital restoration print.  “OBWAT” is the first film in the United States to have been completely created in the digital domain.  That ...
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Tuesday, 20 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Dumbo (70th Anniversary Edition) (1941) Here we are.  Alas, Disney has brought “Dumbo” to Blu-ray in the US.  The film has been on Blu-ray for more than a year in foreign countries, and some of you may have imported that version.  But for those that were patient, this US release is worth the wait. With “The Lion King” currently in theaters and set for a Blu-ray 3D release in the coming weeks, Disney gives us another of their classics first.  “Dumbo” is the four animated feature from Disney, released in 1941, just one year after the, at that time, puzzling nature of “Fantasia.”  This is also Disney’s first animal-based animated film. Sure, the film only runs about 60 minutes, but its accomplishments are great.  Sure, there is controversy surrounding the racial nature of some of the characters.  But, that can be found in any film if you ...
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Wednesday, 14 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Entitled, The (2011) Bottom line first?  Well, “The Entitled” could have been much more than it turned out to be.  However, I think that if it had been developed any further it would have been immediately recognizable as one of those, “I’ve seen this before” films.  At the same time, the film does have a drawing quality to it.  It walks a very fine line.  But when push comes to shove, it ranks more as an underdevelopment short film project. Paul Dynan (Kevin Zegers) is a kid a few years out of college, with an unknown field of study.  He works a dead-end job trying time and time again to get into corporate America.  His mother is ill, his father is an unknown and the family’s financial outlook it not good.  With the turn of events in Paul’s life, he hatches a plan to ...
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Tuesday, 13 September 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
X-Men: First Class (2011) X-Men has one of the more disappointing franchise runs in terms of comic book adaptation to the big screen.  The first film was extremely promising and then as with most franchises, but to a larger degree, the sequels got worse and worse.  Still, I found them quite entertaining, which is all that really matters to me. How ever, comic book purists and extreme fans tore the films apart for their lack of continuity with the comics.  That may very well be, but saga lives on.  After failing with the X-Men franchise, the studio broke away and created and origins film based on the character of Wolverine.  Again, another disappointing, but entertaining creation. The studio has now gone back to the original franchise and created the backstory, akin to a prequel.  “X-Men: First Class” gives us a look at the beginning of mutant ...
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Monday, 29 August 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Scarface (Limited Edition) (1983) “Scarface” is one of those films that just the word conjures up greatest.  There is no reason to go into the making or premise of the film, as it is so widely known.  If by some chance you have been living under a rock for the past 30 years then I’m sure there are numerous reviews of the film itself out there. Here, we will be focusing on the Blu-ray release and its technical aspects. This is a monster release for Universal, as one of Brian De Palma’s most respected films.  To put is bluntly though, sadly the Blu-ray release does not quite deliver in terms of video quality.  With so many other catalog titles meticulously restored, “Scarface’s” video transfer is a letdown. While there are several scenes that look absolutely terrific, there are too many lingering problems to deal with.  First, there ...
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