Jack’s Mannequin means a lot of different things to its fans. For some, Jack’s Mannequin means simply good piano music. For others, it’s love. And for more, it’s hope. For me, it means a bit of all those things and still more. With all those feelings tied up in Jack’s Mannequin, it’s no wonder the 10 Years in Transit tour sold out almost instantly, and luckily I managed to snag a ticket.
Show Review Loosely based on a Michael J. Fox film, “Teen Wolf” is about a high schooler that gets turned into a werewolf and has to deal with the struggles of keeping up with a normal high school life while dealing with his beastly changes. His comical best friend, Stiles, is in on his secret […]
There is little hipper than nostalgia. And that is all the intro you need to understand why Midcoast Station is sharing Strawberry Shortcake movie reviews with you today. You’re welcome. Berry Brick Road This DVD started off as pure disappointment. I tore off the cellophane eagerly, excited to reach the dazzling, sparkling film beneath. Unfortunately, […]
Movie Review I am a fan of Cameron Crowe. Not all of his movies (I really didn’t like Elizabethtown), but just him. I thought that I would see any movie he makes regardless of subject until I saw trailers for We Bought a Zoo. How would he handle a family film? Will it be any […]
Film Review/Synopsis: Let me preface this by saying that this is in no way a DVD for kids, or to be watched with kids. I didn’t catch this film in the theaters but the trailer made me think it might be a kid friendly comedy, definitely not the case. I think having three kids in the […]
Movie Review: The film follows Gary (Jason Segel) and his puppet brother Walter. Walter has always felt a little out of place but has identified with the Muppets so he wants to go tour their studio and meet them. When he gets to LA he finds out the studio has been shutdown and an evil […]
Movie Review: The Descendants tells the story of Matt King (George Clooney) who is having an interesting few weeks. He is the sole trustee of his family’s inherited land in Hawaii and his wife is in a coma following a boating accident. While it becomes obvious that she is dying his daughter informs him that […]
Two of cable’s hottest shows will be coming to home video. The fifth season of Burn Notice is particularly packed with goodies and the third season of White Collar offers a neat trivia challenge. These USA shows will be available on Blu-Ray and DVD on June 5th. From Fox: “BURN NOTICE” The Season 5 DVD […]
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Taubman Centers announced a year-long partnership to create unique shopping experience with Fox Movie Mall virtual storefronts. Along with the Fox Movie Mall app available at the iTunes Store and Android Market, shoppers at participating Tubman shopping centers (see below) can simply Stop, Scan and Shop. By picking a film […]
Didn’t get a chance to see Oscar nominated “The Descendants” in theaters? Your chance to own it is fast approaching, and I must say that this is definitely one worth watching. We will have a full review when the movie is released, but until then, here are the details from 20th Century Fox:
“Lady and the Tramp” is a classic love story that’s being released just in time for Valentine’s Day. Unlike many other Disney films from this era, “Lady and the Tramp” is an original tale — no classic fairytales or historical legends served as the basis for the story. Instead, characters and story lines were inspired by the lives of the creators and, of course, their pets. That’s what makes so many of the Blu-ray features on the Diamond edition so special — you really get a good glimpse at the inspirations and the original ideas that led to this story. Did you know that this was originally going to be a short series of adventures? That’s just one of the many fun facts the features reveal about this film.