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Monday
Jan192015

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: Good Morning Vietnam

In paying tribute to the late, great Robin Williams, this episode of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews will focus on one of my favorite of his starring roles - the 1987 comedic war drama, Good Morning Vietnam, which loosely tells the story of Airman Adrian Cronauer, who spent some time as a morning radio DJ over in Vietnam during the mid 60s and took it upon himself to bring a taste of home to the American soldiers stationed in the country by providing them with lively broadcasts and playing the day’s most popular music. We’ll meet the real Adrian Cronauer and see just how accurately the film recounts his wartime experiences.  We’ll then discuss how this film was a major turning point in Robin Williams’ stellar career, and finally, I’ll top it all off with a look at the film’s blu-ray release and its classic soundtrack.

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Monday
Dec222014

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: Bad Santa

In this special holiday edition of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, we’ll sit on the lap of the 2003 dark comedy, Bad Santa, which stars Billy Bob Thornton as an embittered veteran con artist who spends his Christmases burglarize shopping malls with his short-of-stature business partner, played by Tony Cox, while under the guise of a department store Santa Claus and his helper elf.  We’ll see just what makes this modern holiday classic a hilarious annual must-watch while discussing how it fits into the high-quality filmography of its director, critically acclaimed independent filmmaker Terry Zwigoff.

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Friday
Dec122014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Wu Xia (Dragon)

In this game-changing episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, a dangerous threat for our venerable host looms over the horizon that may force him to go into hiding.  In the meantime though, he’ll review the 2011 Chinese martial arts action film, Wu Xia, otherwise known as “Dragon” in the United States, which is a very loose retelling of the 2005 David Cronenberg-directed crime thriller, A History of Violence, which itself was based on a 1997 graphic novel of the same name.

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Friday
Dec052014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: The City of Violence

In this episode of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix, South Korea brings us the 2006 martial arts action crime thriller, The City of Violence, the story of a group of old high school buddies who have spent the last twenty years going their separate ways, but have now reunited and are finding each other on opposing sides of the law.

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Tuesday
Nov182014

The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix: Red Cliff (Parts I & II)

The milestone tenth installment of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix is the biggest episode yet as ancient Chinese history and legends are brought to life in the epic two-part war drama, Red Cliff, which was helmed by internationally renowned action director, John Woo.

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