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    X-Men: Day of Future Past - Reviews/Discussion

    Watched it earlier today and it was a great summer movie. Great story and even better performances. I could go on but I'll just wait until official review page is open.
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    Godzilla (2014) Reviews/Discussion

    As much as I wanted to like this new version of Godzilla, I ended up feeling very disappointed. For the title character of a monster movie I would have preferred a bit more screen time and not have Godzilla play a supporting character. This might be it for me for Americanized Godzilla movies.
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    Roger Ebert reviewing again in 2007 (Passed Away: See Post #158)

    Just watched Citizen Kane in his memory.
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    Blu-ray Review Schindler's List Blu-ray Review - Highly Recommended

    Excellent review Kevin. However I'm surprised that a film of this scope did not get a collectors edition or at the very least a digibook release. Still an important film that will be added to my library.
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    Blu-ray Review Lawrence of Arabia: 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Blu-ray Review

    Eagerly awaiting this release. But I may have to wait til Thanksgiving (days off from work) to give this disc my full attention.
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    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Lawrence of Arabia -- in Blu-ray

    Gentlemen....it appears we have our bluray of the year. Looking forward to add this to my film mantle.
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    A Few Words About A few words about...™ The Birds -- in Blu-ray

    Reading a few of the impressions (good or bad), I always remembered this film looking a bit odd in terms of visual effects. Despite all that this a personal midnight favorite of mine. A great suspenseful story that reinforced the notion that not all things can be explained.
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    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Vertigo -- in Blu-ray

    Despite details that this film could have been handled better, I find it very difficult to pass on this collection. Probably what the penny-crunching execs want to hear and i hate to reward them with my hard earned cash. That said, this is one of the best films I've ever seen and it's a must...
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    Disney buys LucasFilms for $4.05 billion

    Shoot!! I didn't realize my post was submitted 3 times. Sorry about that. :(
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    Disney buys LucasFilms for $4.05 billion

    I'm ambivalent about all this. It's too early to feel confident or doubt about how things will work out. Primarily in how they will treat the most critical part of the Star Wars franchise, the STORY. Will Disney target a more mature audience (Empire Strikes Back) or more the kid friendly...
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    Disney buys LucasFilms for $4.05 billion

    I'm ambivalent about all this. It's too early to feel confident or doubt about how things will work out. Primarily in how they will treat the most critical part of the Star Wars franchise, the STORY. Will Disney target a more mature audience (Empire Strikes Back) or more the kid friendly...
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    Disney buys LucasFilms for $4.05 billion

    I'm ambivalent about all this. It's too early to feel confident or doubt about how things will work out. Primarily in how they will treat the most critical part of the Star Wars franchise, the STORY. Will Disney target a more mature audience (Empire Strikes Back) or more the kid friendly...
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    RIP: Tony Scott

    Like many others here I was shocked to hear this news in the morning. Definetely want to hear a follow up as the details and investigation proceed. I'll be spinning Crimson Tide tonight in his memory. RIP Tony Scott.
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    The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

    It seems that for super hero based trilogies the 3rd film is it's weakest link, Blade & SpiderMan to name a few. Luckily the Dark Knight series does not continue this streak. Chris Nolan has achieved on film what Frank Miller has accomplished in a graphic novel. While the DKR tries to mirror...
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    The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

    It seems that for super hero based trilogies the 3rd film is it's weakest link, Blade & SpiderMan to name a few. Luckily the Dark Knight series does not continue this streak. Chris Nolan has achieved on film what Frank Miller has accomplished in a graphic novel. While the DKR tries to mirror...
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