If family fun is on your weekend menu, Jon Favreau’s CHEF will serve it up in generous portions.Read More
Megan Griffiths’ LUCKY THEM is a thoroughly enjoyable relationship dramedy, starring Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church, and Oliver PlattRead More Ahna O'Reilly, Emily Wachtel, featured, Huck Botko, IFC Films, Lucky Them, Megan Griffiths, Movie Review, Nina Arianda, Oliver Platt, Ryan Eggold, TFF 2014, thomas haden church, Toni Collette, Tribeca Film Festival
This week there are a few nice releases! Graceland, Trance, Ginger & Rosa, Starbuck, and Pieta are in my must have’s list.Read More Alessandro Nivola, alice englert, Annette Bening, Arnold Reyes, Ben Cura, Blu-ray and DVD, christina hendricks, Danny Sapani, Dido De La Paz, DVD and Blu-Ray, Elle Fanning, Ginger & Rosa, Graceland, Gregory Bennett, Hamza Jeetooa, Jae-rok Kim, James McAvoy, Jin Yong-Ok, Jodhi May, Ki-Hong Woo, Kiss Of The Damned, Lee Jung-Jin, Lee Nicholas Harris, Leon Miguel, Love and Honor, Matt Cross, Menggie Cobarrubias, Mud, oblivion, Oliver Milburn, Oliver Platt, pieta, Rosario Dawson, Sam Creed, Soo-min Jo, Starbuck, the place beyond the pines, Timothy Spall, Trance, Tuppence Middleston, Vehicle 19, Vincent Cassel, Welcome To The Punch
Fans of decidedly ‘indie’ comedy, who enjoy humor based in family strife and age-inappropriate relationships, and who don’t mind a somewhat slower pace, will enjoy THE ORANGES’ wit and wisdom. Now on DVD and Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack.Read More Adam Brody, Alia Shawkat, Allison Janney, Blu-ray and DVD, Catherine Keener, Hugh Laurie, Julian Farino, Leighton Meester, Oliver Platt, Review, The Oranges, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
I don’t think there’s one actor in this movie that I don’t like. The Oranges is a romantic comedy about two families that are the best of friends, living down the block from each other in West Orange, NJ. Suburbia is their world. The Wallings’ patriarch is David, played by Hugh Laurie (House), married to […]Read More Adam Brody, Alia Shawkat, Allison Janney, Catherine Keener, Hugh Laurie, Julian Farino, Leighton Meester, Oliver Platt, The Oranges
This week Video Vault gets moved by the heartwarming tale of 1998’s Simon Birch. Loosely based on John Irving‘s 1989 novel A Prayer for Owen Meany, the film stars Jurassic Park‘s Joseph Mazzello and first-and-only-time actor, Ian Michael Smith, as best friends growing up in a 1950’s small New England town. Ashley Judd, Oliver Platt, Jim […]Read More a prayer for owen meany, armadillo, ashley judd, baseball, boobs, breasts, daredevil, david strathairn, dwarf, ghost rider, god, ian michael smith, jan hooks, Jesus, Jim Carrey, john irving, joseph mazzello, Jurassic Park, little people, mark steven johnson, midget, new england, Oliver Platt, sandlot, simon birch, when in rome
It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! This weeks biggest releases are The Vow, Underworld Awakening, The Big C and Chuck! The Vow was a big hit when it was in theaters […]Read More Alessandra Torresani, Ambyr Childers, Blu-ray and DVD, Chang-Seok Ko, Channing Tatum, charles dance, Chip Joslin, Christian Slater, Christine Quinn, Dora Madison Burge, Eric Wareheim, Frederic Doss, Gabriel Basso, Ha-kyun Shin, Humans Vs. Zombies, Indie Eisley, Jaimie King, Je-hoon Lee, Jessica Lange, Jin-woong Jo, John C. Reily, Jonah Priour Jesse Ferraro, Kate Beckinsale, Kris Holden-Ried, Kristina Pesic, Laura Linney, Lucas Bryant, Melissa Carnell, michael ealy, Mother's Day, Ok-bin Kim, Oliver Platt, Patrick John Flueger, Rachel McAdams, Rebecca De Mornay, Rheagan Wallace, Richard Cetrone, sam neill, Sandrine Holt, Sanny Van Heteren, Scott Speedman, Seung-su Ryu, Seung-yong Ryoo, Soo Go, Stephen Rea, The Vow, Theo James, Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie, Tim Heidecker, Toby Hemingway, Underworld: Awakening, Will Ferrell, Zachary Levi