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DVD title: Krush Groove
Productgroup: DVD
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Krush Groove is an interactive experience of Joy!


This movie is so cute, so happy, so silly, so fun. It has become a member of my family. The music is good, the characters are hilarious, and you can pick out bits of truth and history if you look. You can also play "Where's LL?". He is scattered a few places in the movie. And you get to see the real Russell Simmons talking to the character based on Russell Simmons, played by Blair Underwood. MTV had a hip hop day a couple of years ago, and they featured Krush Groove, hosted by Fab 5 Freddy. (You can also see F5F in the beautiful, classic, solid Wild Style.) The only advisory is to erase or fast-forward through the scene in which the Fat Boys (the Disko 3) are in their science class, right before they get into "Don't you dog me.... Aaarh aaarh, aaarh aaarh....". The classroom part contains an unnecessary dissection scene. Watch it and you'll see what I mean. Enjoy this movie, and by all means --- keep the spirit of Krush Groove alive! Word. :)

Studio: Warner Home Video
Director: Michael Schultz



DVD title: Lara Croft - Tomb Raider (Special Collector's Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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angelina joie


the hell with tomb raider ow whatever just being able to watch angie in all differnt positions was worth the payment of the movie for however long the movie lasted i cant wait for womb raider to come out in dvd so i can own my own copy maybe two or maybe i can down load pictures of her to put in my web page or for screen savers .

Studio: Paramount Home Video
Director: Simon West
Actors:
Angelina Jolie



DVD title: The Golden Girls - The Complete Second Season
Productgroup: DVD
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Can't Get Enough!!!


I can't get enough of this sitcom! I am sooooo happy that The Golden Girls is on DVD. Now I can enjoy this wittingly funny sitcom and extremely talented cast on my schedule. Laughter is great therapy and this sitcom is a great escape. I intend on adding to my Golden Girls collection as they are released on DVD.

Studio: Buena Vista Home Vid
Actors:
Betty White



DVD title: Cowboy Bebop - The Movie
Productgroup: DVD
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More=Good


In Cowboy Bebop The Movie you get more of EVERYTHING that made the series great in huge portions. The movie boasts more fluid and detailed animation over the already high quality of the television show. It also includes a fantastic soundtrack C/O Yoko Kanno, the same music director for the series. The reason that I loved the series was that it possessed a unique blend of style, drama, and humor. All these are present and just as well intertwined in the movie as they were in the series.

Studio: Columbia Tri-Star
Actors:
Beau Billingslea
Melissa Charles




DVD title: On the Road With the Dropkick Murphys
Productgroup: DVD
On the Road With the Dropkick Murphys - movie DVD cover picture
Excellent DVD


This is a great collection of DKM live stuff!

Studio: Koch Entertainment D



DVD title: Ice Station Zebra
Productgroup: DVD
Ice Station Zebra - movie DVD cover picture
I Can't Stop Watching this Film!!!


I never get tired of this film. I'm drawn to it every time I see it's being shown on TV.This is a really well written story, set at the height of the cold war. It involves the Soviets and the Americans rushing to the Arctic to retrieve a film pod jettisoned from a reconnaissance satellite, and has fallen in the wrong area. As the Americans get close to the Pole, it becomes clear there's a traitor in thier midst. The cast is a good one, and they did a good job on this one. I'll be glad when it's on DVD.

Studio: Warner Home Video
Director: John Sturges
Actors:
Rock Hudson
Ernest Borgnine
Patrick McGoohan




DVD title: All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku
Productgroup: DVD
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This rocks !!


This is volume 2/3.
The husband-wife battle over the technology that is Nuku Nuku heats up, just as Nuku Nuku starts to learn what it means to be human. Ironic twist in this custody battle over "property." Instead of joining in the battle, Nuku Nuku tries to patch things up. Will this win her the respect of her "Mother"?
Adding to the mix is a new android for a rival, Eimi. Very cute android, but not nice like Nuku Nuku. The two have interesting "competitions" until a major threat to a family member becomes more of a challege in and of itself. This volume is a bit like Project A-ko, where A-ko and B-ko battle all of the time.
Lots of fun in this volume. A true anime classic.

Studio: A.D. Vision
Director: Yoshio Ishida



DVD title: Braveheart
Productgroup: DVD
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5 Stars are not enough


Braveheart is one of the most beautiful movies I ever saw. And the soundtrack is one of the most breathtaking movie soundtracks I ever heard. Braveheart is a must-have in every collection. A hell of a job Mel.

Studio: Paramount Studio
Director: Mel Gibson
Actors:
Mel Gibson
Sophie Marceau




DVD title: Conan the Barbarian
Productgroup: DVD
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Couldnt have picked a better Conan


"Conan, what is best in life?""To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women!"
The first time you see Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie, you realize within an instant, that there could have been no better actor to play Conan. Arnie is Conan.
This is one of the best Action/Adventure films of all time, with a great musical score and good directing. The movie, which probably didnt have a huge budget, still comes off with an epic feel to it.
There are few good Sword & Sorcery films out there, this is one of the best. Buy this DVD.

Studio: Universal Studios
Director: John Milius
Actors:
Arnold Schwarzenegger
James Earl Jones




DVD title: The Maltese Falcon
Productgroup: DVD
The Maltese Falcon - movie DVD cover picture
The Mislaid Ornament


Like few other actors, Humphrey Bogart ruled the Hollywood of the 1940s and 1950s - epitome of the handsome, cynical and oh-so lonesome wolf and looking unbeatably cool in his fedora and trenchcoat, a cigarette dangling from the corner of his mouth; endowed with a legendary aura several times larger than his real life stature, and still admired by scores of women wishing they had been born 50+ years earlier, preferably somewhere in California and to parents connected with the movie business, so as to have at least a marginal chance of meeting him. The American Film Institute recently elected him the No. 1 film legend of the 20th century; and looking back, indeed no other actor seems to have been surrounded by the same kind of darkly magical aura as the one surrounding Bogart.
"The Maltese Falcon" (1941), directed by John Huston, based on Dashiell Hammett's 1930 like-named novel and itself also ranking in the top quarter of the AFI's list of the 100 best 20th century movies, laid the groundwork for Bogart's lasting image, by transforming his on-screen persona from the tough, often two-dimensional gangsters he had portrayed before; beginning with the 1936 adaptation of Robert Sherwood's "Petrified Forest" where, like in its 1934 stage production, Bogart had starred opposite Leslie Howard, with Bette Davis as the female lead. Now imbuing his tough guy shell with a softer core, in "The Maltese Falcon" Bogart became not only Hammett's Sam Spade but, moreover, the film noir anti-hero per se; a role that stayed with him throughout the rest of his career, and in which he still remains virtually unparalleled.
The movie's long-famous story centers around the mysterious statute of a falcon made from solid gold, diamonds and other precious stones; the 16th century Maltese Knights' immeasurably precious gift of thanks to Emperor Charles V for the protection he had granted them. Stolen by pirates, blackened on the outside in order to conceal its true value and passed on through the centuries by a number of unsuspecting possessors, it finally attracts the attention of two rivaling pairs of equally cunning, ruthless and high-flying scoundrels, who chase each other and the statue halfway around the world and finally end up in Sam Spade's San Francisco office - not without getting both Spade's partner Miles Archer (Jerome Cowan) and one of their own killed in the process; thus also causing additional grief for Spade, whom the police soon suspect of being behind the murders himself - or at least behind that of Archer - in order to make off with Archer's widow Iva (Gladys George). And of course, it doesn't exactly help that he has had his office sign changed from "Spade & Archer" to "Samuel Spade" within mere hours of his partner's death.
Looking at the movie and its stars' almost mythical fame, it is difficult to imagine that, produced at the height of the studio system era, this was originally just one of the roughly 50 films released by Warner Brothers over the course of one year. But mass production didn't equal low quality; on the contrary, the great care given to all production values, from script-writing to camera work, editing, score and the stars' presentation in the movie itself and in its trailer, was as responsible for its lasting success as were Humphrey Bogart and his outstanding costars; first and foremost Mary Astor as the double-crossing and now partner-less Brigid O'Shaughnessy, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet (in their first of several appearances opposite Bogart) as Joel Cairo and Kaspar Guttman, O'Shaughnessy/Astor's competitors for possession of the precious statue, and Elisha Cook, Jr., as Guttman's rough but inept bodyguard Wilmer Cook. Genre-defining and the first truly giant highlight of Bogart's career, "The Maltese Falcon" is an unmissable piece of Hollywood history, captivating you from the first moment you spend in Sam Spade's office all the way to its cynical conclusion, and a thrill to watch over and over again.

Studio: Warner Studios
Director: John Huston
Actors:
Humphrey Bogart
Mary Astor




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