His movies are thought-provoking because he uses familiar kinds of characters and then asks hard questions about them. As usual however it's Donnie Wahlberg and his partner Megan Ketch who catch an interesting homicide of a college kid who according to narcotics detective Dash Mihok is one of a lot of drug dealers on his campus. February 8 This Netflix original is second movie shot on an iPhone. February 5 stars as the titular character in this new adaptation, with as Little John and as the Sheriff of Nottingham. John Singleton writes and directs with skill here, but he tackles too broad of a topic I think, extending himself too far in each direction, but it works out well, though not as well as it should. Jamie stands by Harvard law school friend Dana, who gets mugged while distributing help to the homeless, and rewards him with romantic interest. Because of lack of interest? Except it isn't safe — it's the site of gruesome Nazi science experiments to create the ultimate super soldier.
Bonus features include behind-the-scenes featurettes. Possibly this was Law And Order's mythical Hudson University. It ain't what it used to be. You can also see Rapaport in such films as Bamboozled, Kiss of Death, Small Time Crooks, True Romance, Deep Blue Sea, and The 6th Day. Singleton recruited an emsemble of considerable talent to flesh out the complex plot, which allows him to deal efficiently with a breadth of concerns without preaching. Especially when he does his first stand-up special in over two decades on Netflix. He riffs on friendship, marriage, old age in two sets in New York City.
The contrast is stark and well balanced, which ensures deep black levels and a strong sense of detail, at all times. . Rapaport fills his role with longing to be part of a group, then switches track a little once he discovers how exclusivist the other groups are, though he retains some elements of his original persona. Written by It's domestic stuff in this Blue Bloods episode as Sami Gayle is having conflict with Bridget Moynahan about dating a college age boy. When four thieves are killed during a robbery attempt, their widows are forced to fulfill the debts they owe. The former title comes with a director's commentary and the latter includes 10 never-seen deleted or extended scenes. I emailed Sony Home Entertainment to inquire further with no response.
Been checking for a preorder price for weeks now, and it was one of my most anticipated catalog releases in quite some time. At fictional Columbus University where a statue of the explorer stands witness to the dominant culture's supremacy , three freshman arrive to find a campus ready to explode. February 5 After a job goes badly for notorious assassin brothers Eli and Charlie Sisters John C. Bonus features include three mini-movies and making-of featurettes. Video: How does it look? As I mentioned, Higher Learning aims a little too high and suffers as a result, but it is still worth a look, especially in this more than solid release.
Featuring the music of Naughty by Nature and Tony! But as Remy starts to relate to some skinheads, Malik buys into the oppressed black man bullshit, and Kristen seeks to maintain idealistic boundaries, something is bound to snap and when it does, what will be the result? Later she gets involved in a mugging and questions how Jamie could leave a legal career to be a cop, Reagan genes and all. The convoluted plot finds Lisbeth stealing a nuclear missile program, with enemies hot on her trail. They deal with frustrations, indecisions, doubts, and love as they embark on their new life. Filled with twists, turns, and stunning performances, this tale does more than entertain — there's some excellent social commentary woven in, too. Bringing you all the best reviews of high definition entertainment. The film uses a pretty bland color scheme, but it looks as good as possible and when richer hues come into focus, those look terrific as well. February 5 The horror flick that producer J.
Bonus features include eight deleted scenes and four featurettes. The dialogue is sharp and never hard to understand, thanks to well balanced volume levels throughout. Sony Pictures At a loss for what to watch this week? February 5 The latest animated adaptation of the classic holiday tale has voicing the famous curmudgeon who hates Christmas. The music varies from hard rock to rap to softer, more intimate sources, all of which sound great in this mix. The episode says a lot about the cost of higher education and what we put a generation through to obtain same. The acclaimed hit about the life of Fred Rogers aka Mr.
Malik is a track star with a scholarship, but he is weak minded and can never face the truth, that his failures are his own fault, not the fault of the system. Bullish narcotics detective Eddie Stone, working on that market, gets the chief of detectives to impose his help. Kristen is a naive young woman with no real ideals to speak of, so she is pretty much just floating around, going with the flow, so to speak. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix , they find themselves on a dangerous trek to the Gold Rush lands of California. Both keep trying to drag Tom Selleck into the quarrel. Malik Omar Epps wavers among the influences of revolution-preaching super-senior Fudge Ice Cube , no-excuses Professor Phipps Laurence Fishburne , and his motivated girlfriend Deja Tyra Banks.
The message from Amazon was not enough interest. That's a ridiculous, boilerplate response from the studio. Kristen Kristy Swanson , another neophyte, is thrown into sexual confusion when she meets a charismatic lesbian, while the socially inept Remy Michael Rapaport can only fit in with the local skinheads. Higher Learning is presented in a 1. This disc also includes 2.
The film packs a lot of information, events, and characters into just over two hours, but it never seems mismashed, which I think is quite impressive indeed. Audio: How does it sound? College student Conor, a small dealer, is murdered on campus. After the shocking death of Jesus, the communities must band together to fend off the threat of new villains the Whisperers. Founded in April 2006, High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy. The characters are all over the board here and are very well played, by such performers as Michael Rapaport, Kristy Swanson, Jennifer Connolly, Omar Epps, Laurence Fishburne, Tyra Banks, and Cole Hauser.