Monthly Archives: July 2011

DVD/Blu-ray Releases — 7/26/2011

New options for your home viewing this week:   The less one knows about Source Code going into it, the better.  From personal experience, I knew next to nothing about the film when I sat down in the theater to see … Continue reading

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The Undefeated, or How to Preach to the Choir

Note: I am neither assigning a star rating to The Undefeated, nor should this be considered a traditional review. With the advent of the 24-hour news cycle, it is nigh impossible to print the legend, but Stephen K. Bannon tries … Continue reading

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DVD/Blu-ray Releases — 7/19/2011

New options for your home viewing this week:   Potiche is an entertaining fable of female empowerment and class struggle.  It concerns Suzanne Pujol (Catherine Deneuve, still classy as hell), a–as the title suggests–“decorative object” or trophy wife to her factory-owning … Continue reading

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DVD/Blu-ray Releases — 7/12/2011

New options for your home viewing this week:   The frantic, occasionally surreal, and, above all, fun tale of a lonely, delusional lizard who discovers the big, bad world outside his terrarium, Rango is a loving homage to the Western genre. … Continue reading

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