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Monday, 29 November 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
A Christmas Carol (3D/2D Combo) (2009) Thanksgiving has passed and no it is time to get into the Christmas spirit.  Is there anything that can do that better than listening to Christmas carols, decorating the house and baking cookies?  Maybe not for some, but in my line of work it is about the holiday films.  Each year there are a select few holiday classics that have to be watched in my house.  Timeless classics like “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Miracle on 34th Street.”  And then there are guilty pleasures like “National Lampoon’s A Christmas Vacation.” But there is one tale that is hardly ever out-classed – A Christmas Carol.  This tale by Charles Dickens in the mid 19th century has been told and retold since its inception.  It is hard to pass up George C. Scott’s version each holiday season.  Will this new Disney telling of ...
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Wednesday, 03 November 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Toy Story 3 (2010) Pixar is an amazing production house.  It goes without question that every one of their productions has been a huge success.  With Pixar animations it is hard for anyone to argue against their creations.  They are beautiful, entertaining and just a joy to watch.  Their films have entertained children and adults alike for nearly 20 years. The mid and late 1990s brought us two of the must beloved Pixar classics, "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2."  Now, more than a decade later, almost without word of production, Pixar brings us a reunion of Woody, Buzz, Mr. Potatohead and Jessie along with a host of new toys in "Toy Story 3." With all the great productions Pixar has released we never thought twice about resurrecting the Toy Story franchise.  It is a commonly known fact that sequels just don't perform as well as ...
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Tuesday, 28 September 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Beauty And The Beast (1991) I finally get to use it.  The word that I have been longing to use since the invention of Blu-ray.  And the word is…Perfect.  For the first time since the start of Blu-ray reviews on, "perfect" can be used to describe a software title.  Sure, other titles have come close, but always just fall short.  "Beauty And The Beast" takes Blu-ray technology to the limits.  Any nitpicking that one might find on this release is easily overlooked. ‚Ä®Without a doubt, "Beauty And The Beast" is one of the best classics to come from the Disney franchise.  The music from Alan Menken and Howard Shore delivers a powerful experience and a wide range of emotions.  The animation is top notch.  The story is a spin on a classic tale.  And it is all delivered on Blu-ray technology. I don't really believe in ...
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Monday, 20 September 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue (2010) “Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue” is the third installment in the Tinker Bell series from Disney.  “The Lost Treasure” was released back in October 2009.  This latest installment remains as strong as the first two, making the Tinker Bell series one of the best direct-to-video film franchises. In the first film we witnessed the arrival of Tinker Bell in Pixie Hollow.  She found her roots as a tinker fairy, becoming known for her human-like inventions.  In the second film Tinker Bell gets in trouble with a duty bestowed upon her causing her to travel to a far off land in search of a solution.  Now, in the third film Tinker Bell becomes the first fairy to make contact with a human. It is Tinker Bell’s first trip to the main land, where it is possible to encounter humans.  On the ...
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Friday, 02 April 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009) Oh my, oh my.  This film falls into every stereotype possible when it comes to sequels.  I'd like to start with the positives, but I just couldn't find any, not in the film anyway.  This is truly sad. The first Alvin and the Chipmunks film didn't fair all that well that I am surprised a sequel was made.  There is no possible way this film could possibly make back what the studio spent on the animation.  Despite the disastrous first film, the sequel had a lot of potential with the idea to introduce the Chipettes.  Sadly, the writing failed to come up with anything original.  The writers could have done so much with the Chipettes and for them to choose all the stereotypes of an atrocious sequel is just pathetic. This sequel falls blunder to every plot stereotype from alienated your family ...
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