The title’s misleading, that is for sure, and what is with the blatant nude-scene in a romcom? Doc Hollywood works on nearly every level and is a fun movie.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Doc Hollywood – Warner Archive"
Operation Petticoat Director: Blake Edwards Screenplay: Minutes: 124 Year: 1959 Score: 6.13 Release: Olive Signature One thing that I really enjoy about Olive Signature is that they are usually good films that I may not have known ever existed. When I read the press release I was torn between a typical love of Cary Grant […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Operation Petticoat – Olive Signature"
Home Again Director: Hallie Meyers-Shyer Screenplay: Hallie Meyers-Shyer Minutes: 97 Year: 2017 Score: 5.07 Release: Universal Home Entertainment Fun fact, I have always been a fan of Reese Witherspoon’s romantic comedies; Sweet Home Alabama, Legally Blonde, Pleasantville. Heck, I have been a fan of most of Witherspoon’s non-romantic comedies, so when I say that I […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Home Again – Universal"
What you need to know is that this picture is a farce. An accurate, sad, joyful, farce. A vision of Spinal Tap laid over a small town with dreams.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Waiting for Guffman – Warner Archive"
Innocent Blood Director: John Landis Screenplay: Michael Wolk Minutes: 112 Year: 1992 Score: 6.60 Release: Warner Archive This may be sacrilege, but if Paul Thomas Anderson made a vampire-crime-comedy-horror film then it would be Innocent Blood. From WBShop.com: This ghoul just wants to have fun! She also wants an occasional bad guy to sink her […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Innocent Blood – Warner Archive"
I love Steve Martin. Thanks to Warner Archive I have a Martin double-header for you. I didn’t watch them back to back and the 2nd film may suffer if I had.Read more "Blu-rays Review – Steve Martin Double Feature – Warner Archive"
Freebie and the Bean Director: Richard Rush Screenplay: Robert Kaufman and Floyd Mutrux Minutes: 113 Year: 1974 Score: 6.20 Release: Warner Archive As titles go Freebie and the Bean is a little weak. Before I checked the background I assumed it was a musical. I was wrong. Wildly, frightfully, wrong. This movie is great. From […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Freebie and the Bean – Warner Archive"
My dad has an impressive collection of VHS tapes with movies recorded from television. Protocol, in his handwriting, in a white sticker, is one of the clearest memories of those tapes. This is an instance of a memory being more important than a movie.Read more "DVD Review – Protocol – Warner Archive"
What would you do if you knew you were going to die? Would you give your life to someone else in exchange for a comfortable out?Read more "Blu-ray Review – Joe versus the Volcano – Warner Archive"
These are well made films and they are still enjoyable just not as much as they would be to a younger, less weathered, viewer.Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Pink Panther Film Collection Starring Peter Sellers"