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  1. Mark_O
    10-01-2021 12:26 AM
    Hey, Randy.

    From your review of Zack Snyder's Justice League...

    "Close-ups, wide shorts, and everything in-between"

    Just wondering if those would be like the pants that Sponge Bob wears?

    - Mark
  2. drew1968
    08-24-2021 11:59 PM
    I loved your review of "Prince of the City". I do have the 2007 DVD and I checked the scene you were asking about. It is the same on the DVD version. The name "Tiny" is over-dubbed on the soundtrack. Thank you for all your great reviews. I bought Blu-Ray of the movie and look forward to watching it.
  3. XS-BD
    08-12-2021 06:27 AM
    Can you review Thunderbean's latest Blu-ray release Rainbow Parade Cartoons, Volume 1?

    It was recently released on July 29 this year.
  4. DocMario90
    01-01-2021 06:34 PM
    Hi Randy. Are you able to post reviews of the Bugs Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection and Space Ghost and Dino Boy Blu-rays soon, since you've been covering a lot of WB titles lately? Thanks!
  5. olivehead
    12-23-2020 12:54 PM
    Great review. Just one thing: Valerie Gaunt played Justine, not Elizabeth, who was played by Hazel Court.
  6. jjm8750
    12-12-2020 04:07 PM
    It wasn't irresponsible in the least. There wasn't one confirmed case of Covid attributed to going to the movie theater. That's a 100 percent success rate if you're counting. So how is that irresponsible. Again everyone was following protocols when we went. And we had a great time. Compare that to other things that caused the virus to spread and you can see my point.
  7. Brandon K
    12-12-2020 12:09 PM
    Brandon K
    “Considering Tenet's somewhat stunted box-office performance this summer...” Why was its performance stunted? Explain the context in your review. People reading your review in the future who aren’t regular filmgoers and don’t look at the release year and put two and two together may think the film bombed because it got really bad reviews or something. Also box office is two words, not hyphenated. Also you better check your facts about the film stock used... I expect higher quality “official” reviews on this site...
  8. jjm8750
    12-12-2020 05:24 AM
    You should not have been picked to review Tenet. Seeing Tenet in theaters was far from "stupid" as you said. All precautions were taken and everyone had a great time. Just because you chose not to go to a theater doesn't make the people that did stupid. What's stupid is you saying that. Have fun staying in your mom's basement all day moron.
  9. djmalcolm
    08-01-2020 02:16 PM
    Re: The Outsider

    It is revenge-times for true Stephen King fans.
    From a King fan since 'Salem's Lot' I have noticed over the years, the more casual King reader criticism is about King's 'convoluted' endings and how they don't hold together very much. Personally, if I had never heard this criticism, it would never have occurred to me.
    I have read dozens and dozens of King books and it was never an issue for me. It is the question that the concept asks of us (me), NOT the resolution. Horror is about the QUESTION.... What if?...
    Leave it to comedy, drama, and fantasy to tie everything in a bow at the end. The stories I most love in the medium of horror and that I remember, are the ones that took my mind places, that were challenging ME to answer.
    This show was like Heroin to an addict. Yum.
    It FELT like King.
    For me it wasn't NEW King, but sort of an updating.
    It was like, hey, my questions are still here!
    I hope there's more.
  10. cornbread_1788
    07-23-2020 10:50 PM
    Hey, I noticed on your review of Scoob! that it's a one-disc release, but you had put that it was a 2-disc edition down in the review.

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