Posts tagged as: review

Family Fun Tonight – Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas On Freeform

Now that we are done with the Turkey Day food. Well hopefully the leftovers are gone by now. We have made thru Black Friday and Cyber Monday alive, if not broke. What does that leave us with? Holiday movie fun! Ok, there is also travel too! Makesure to watch the clip below While I have […]

Against All Silence Packs In Action and Tech for a Great Read

In E.C. Myers’ book, “The Silence of the Six,” 17-year-old Max Stein’s best friend Evan kills himself just moments after hacking into the live-streaming presidential debate at their high school. Then, Max’s entire world is upended as he suddenly finds himself the target of a corporate-government witch hunt. Fearing for his life and fighting for his own […]

Silicon Valley – The Complete Third Season Is Now Out on Digital HD

HBO’s Silicon Valley is a show that has shocked me.  It is a TV series with of inside jokes that many not partially understand or even get at all, unless you have worked in the tech world.  Spaces over tabs, anyone? To be blunt when I first saw the show show I though HBO was making a huge mistake […]

Review – The Ratchet & Clank Movie

Ratchet & Clank based on the PlayStation games from Insomniac Games is the kid-friendly movie which wants the gamer crowd too. The film is a basic hero story about Ratchet (James Arnold Taylor, also the voice in the video game), a young lombax (a cat-like creature) who joins forces with Clank, a pint-sized robot with […]

Review: Back In the Chair for Barbershop: The Next Cut

When you come back to a beloved place after many years, sometimes you find all the faces have changed and the vibe is completely different. The world has so much since the first Barbershop movie premiered in 2002, that it’s comforting to know Calvin Palmer Jr. is still cutting hair in the barbershop he inherited from […]

The Jungle Book Review – Visually Stunning with Positive Messages

Disney’s reboot of “The Jungle Book” (Studios are in the recycling business, after-all these days) is called a “live-action” movie. Sans Neel Sethi playing Mowgli — the human orphan turned wolf child – most everything else in the film comes from a pixel on a computer. This is true for the animals, the flora, the clouds, […]

Review: Steve Jobs

The public has always been interested in Steve Jobs. From his first foray into the public eye with the Apple II, rising to public notoriety with Apple’s famous Macintosh Superbowl ad through his firing and eventual return to make the company an international giant. In the years since his untimely death of pancreatic cancer in […]

Check Out Our Review of ABC Family’s Kevin From Work

ABC Family is rolling out sexier, edgier show to draw in a younger demographic and they are giving office life this twist with their upcoming comedy, Kevin From Work. The title character Kevin (Noah Reid) has fared reasonably well at the faceless food-supply company at which he toils, but he’s jumped at the opportunity to […]

Review of Exodus: Gods and Kings on Digital HD

Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings pits brother against brother, race against race, and mankind against God. But this telling of the tale may not please those who have a need for a “pure” telling of the Bible tale. The cinematography of the film has all of the grandeur of biblical epics of the Fifties, […]

Castle Mid-Season Premiere – Going Their Own Ways?

  When we last saw Castle and Beckett, way back in December the has spent their autumn surviving the aftermath of a failed wedding and Beckett (Stana Katic) and the rest of the police searching for a kidnapped Castle (Nathan Fillion). The ABC series picks up again with Castle and Beckett now successfully married, but […]

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