If you like action, mystery, and adventure, Cars 2 is for you. This time Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and his best friend Mater (Larry the Cable Guy), step out of Radiator Springs into an exciting but hilarious international adventure that doesn’t leave anything out. Lightning McQueen is challenged to race in the first-time World Grand Prix, which takes place in the streets of Japan, Italy and London. While McQueen is trying to prove his racing skills to the globe, Mater finds himself thrown into the world of international espionage. Explosions and action packed chase scenes ignites the audience in an exciting ride of action and fun. Their skill, intellect and friendship are put to the test in a wild ride that would even give James Bond a run for his money.
Could one compare the Cosmos with a 1950’s conflicted family? With Tree of Life director writer Terrence Malick tries to do just that. Although he may succeed on an existential level, a general audience will just see a family in disparaging change that picks at the heart and soul of their relationships.
If you love stand-up comedians and situation comedy check out Louie Season 1 an FX production now on DVD/Blu-ray. The down to earth divorced comic puts on a great show and each episode gets funnier as the series plays out.
Special effects drive this film directed right to the heart of the comic book age audience. Although Green Lantern has …
ake your time with The Art Of Getting By although the story has a simple plot Director Gavin Weisen spools his movie out slowly providing an abundance of character development.
Mix Jim Carey’s insane comedy style with the on screen chemistry between he and Carla Gugino then throw in the cutest Gentoo Penguins and Mr. Popper is loaded for fun. It’s a family friendly film sure to cool the kiddies down on a hot summer’s day.
Harry In Your Pocket and Laws Of Gravity are now on DVD and available. Here are the reviews by critic John Delia of the two films.
If you missed the first season or any part of The Glades, it’s now out on DVD. The weekly cop show has a whole lot of entertainment built around a fine cast that keeps you coming back week after week. And with it being on DVD you can watch each episode without those pesky commercials. I like The Glades and find the series to be suspenseful mixed with romance and humor.