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Ralph Breaks the Internet
by Olie Coen

Director: Phil Johnston, Rich Moore
Starring: John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman
Year: 2018

One of the most undervalued Disney movies is Wreck-It Ralph, and although it automatically sounds whiny to label something that way, it can also be perfectly true. We can't call it underrated, because it's extremely well-rated, well-respected, and was even nominated for an Oscar. But when discussing the best of Disney, we tend to either lean toward the standard princess musicals or the great Pixar classics, while Wreck-It Ralph gets lost somewhere in the middle. It's simply too original, with the only real comparison being Toy Story; games coming to life whe...Read the entire review »


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Crazy Rich Asians (Blu-ray)
by Francis Rizzo III

In 10 Words or Less

Classic rom-com with fresh cultural flavor

Reviewer's Bias*

Loves: Michelle Yeoh
Likes: Constance Wu, Ken Jeong, rom-coms
Dislikes: Awkwafina
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Nightwing, Shadow of the Hawk - Double Feature - BD (Blu-ray)
by Kurt Dahlke

Nightwing / Shadow of the Hawk:

This bare-bones Double-Feature Blu-ray from Mill Creek Entertainment combines a pair of '70s Native American Shockers that will appeal to two types of genre fans; those who need to see every horror-thriller ever made, and those who specialize in Native American Shockers. Both features have enjoyed previous lives in VHS and DVD form, but here they are now with better picture quality to scratch that itch! But wait! Are the movies any good? We shall see ...

Nightwing (1979)

Nick Mancuso stars as Masaki Deputy Youngman Duran, a strong advocate for his people, who's up against weaselly Tribal Chairman Walker Chee (Stephen Macht) and his suspicious dealings with the Federal Government. However, that's not the worst of it, as something is killing livestock (and people), in such a way that freak-show Phillip Payne (David Warner) is on the case. What...Read the entire review »

Star Trek: Discovery - Season One
by Randy Miller III

After the slow-burning fizzle of Enterprise during the early 2000s (no doubt a direct result of franchise over-saturation the previous decade), Star Trek smartly stayed off the small screen for a full twelve years. The overwhelming success of all three reboot films in 2009, 2013, and Read the entire review »

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