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Blu-ray Review: Oscar-Winning ‘Birdman’ starring Michael Keaton Wins Best Picture and Director for Alejandro González Iñárritu

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With stellar video/audio, Birdman is a film worth flocking to grab on Blu-ray. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Birdman’ – What Happens When a Faded Movie Star Does Broadway?

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Iñárritu’s choppy hand-held cam style of directing gets the feel of behind the scenes of NYC theater but never really captures its essence. Read More »

Blu-ray 3D Review: Laika’s Oscar-Nominated ‘Boxtrolls’

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Boxtrolls is the best animated feature you probably didn’t see last year. Read More »

Academy Awards 2014 – Few Surprises But Some Delights

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Despite an extremely and unnecessarily bloated telecast, I fought off sleepiness and stayed awake until the last award was announced. Read More »

Woody Allen – Should We Judge Art by the Artist’s Personal Life?

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If William Shakespeare had been a convicted murderer, would that detract from his body of work? Read More »

2013 Oscars: A Testament to a Brilliant Year in Film

Another Oscar night in the can. No sweeps in a year filled with excellence in moviemaking. Read More »

Academy Awards Picks – Who Will Win and Who Should Win

So here is my completely subjective list of who will win and who should win at the Oscars. Read More »

Movie Review: The Impossible is Haunting and Unforgettable

I guarantee you will feel changed as you walk out of the theater and want to run home and hug those who are dear to you. Read More »

Movie Review: Argo – Best Picture Any Other Year But This One

Argo is the best of the bunch in the Best Picture category but will not go home with the Oscar. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Titanic [Limited 3D Edition]

The 3D version looks incredible, as does the 2D version. Two new documentaries add depth to this terrific release. Read More »