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Blu-ray Review: The Double (2011)

Give it a whirl so you can see how damn handsome Richard Gere's hair looks if nothing else. Read More »

Movie Review: The Way

A gentle and soulful movie of a spiritual pilgrimage on the ancient Camino de Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Read More »

Blu-ray Reviews: Gettysburg – Director’s Cut / Gods And Generals – Extended Director’s Cut

Warner Home Video commemorates the Civil War with two spectacular (albeit incredibly-long) epics. Read More »

Charlie Sheen: The Day the Earth Stood Ill

I have tried to watch some of Sheen's interviews, but they really make me sick. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Apocalypse Now – The Full Disclosure Edition

Feature-packed and aspect ratio-corrected, this is the edition of the film to own. Read More »

DVD Review: White House Revealed

Ever wonder what it would be like to work at the White House? Meet the people who do. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): The Subject Was Roses by Frank Gilroy at the Mark Taper Forum

Though the play is hopelessly dated, the terrific cast, with Martin Sheen returning to the play that gave him a name, is worth seeing. Read More »

DVD Review: The Echelon Conspiracy

Need 5 reasons to see this instead of “Eagle Eye?” Here they are. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Echelon Conspiracy

A conspiracy threatens the whole world, and one perplexed computer guy can stop it. Read More »