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IntoThe Storm
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Number of discs: 2
Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Studio: Warner Home Video
DVD Release Date: November 18, 2014
Run Time: 89 minutes



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Kimberly Simpson

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt 1
Review - Matt Mungle

A quick poll of those who have read the Hunger Games book series would reveal that the third and final book is their least favorite. Many would call it unnecessary and wordy. It is certainly more political with a military mindset. What may surprise readers is that this third film in the movie series, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, might be the better screen adaptation; only in the fact that it makes a ho-hum book slightly intriguing. This of course applies mainly to the readers. Those who have only watched the movies will still find it a bit boring.


Penguins of Madagascar
Review - Kathryn Waite

While there were some slower-paced moments, the Madagascar movies have always been able to provide laughs and fun. Following the story of these escaped zoo animals over the years has given viewers a fresh-breath to the Dream Works Studios repertoire. But the best part of all three of the Madagascar movies has been any scene with the four spy-trained penguins.


Review - Vanessa Vaughter

Rosewater is John Stewart’s screen-writing/directorial debut, in which he brings to the big screen the true story of Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari’s detention in Iran. For those who are Stewart “The Daily Show” fans, you may be surprised, but not disappointed, by the absence of Stewart’s sharp, sometimes cutting political wit. If you are not a fan of Stewart’s you will be after seeing this film.


Review - Matt Mungle

In our day and age of technology and new inventions around every corner it is hard to make a decent science fiction film. We are a generation that can imagine anything. But Interstellar is smart in that it combines fears of over population and the desolation of Earths resources with a believable, at least in this reviewers mind, about a "what if" scenario of wormholes and inhabitable Planets; and it does it so beautifully. This film goes where many have tried and failed. It's mission was to rapture us with sights and sounds and engage our minds with the belief that love is always a necessary element to existence. Mission accomplished.


Big Hero 6
Review - Kimberly Mungle

There is nothing new about Disney’s upcoming film Big Hero 6. In fact, I’m pretty sure that every scene of the movie has been done in multiple superhero films (The Avengers, Iron Man) and I swear I even recognized a scene from Gravity. However, I still walked out of the theater smiling – it’s worth a trip to the movies.


Review - Matt Mungle

Strong, creative, writing can salvage mediocre acting. A powerful performance often can elevate a non-plus script and make a movie memorable. When you combine the two you get explosive movie making that will stick with you. NIGHTCRAWLER does have both and takes the creep factor of a sociopath to epic levels. You can now add Louis Bloom to the list occupied by Anton Chigurh, Norman Bates, and Jack Torrance. The only difference is how nice he is; which is terrifying.


Review - Matt Mungle

Each year a film appears as if out of nowhere and stuns audiences with its unexpected brilliance. For 2014 that title belongs to BIRDMAN. There isn't just one thing that makes it stand out but a bunch of crucial elements all coming together to form one solid motion picture. This review is one attempt to try and explain what worked and how. But only seeing it will make you actually get it.


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