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    The family stone dvd review

     

    One of the surprise films of 2005, The Family Stone successfully navigates the often tempestuous waters of big screen family dramas. Quite often these types of family relationship films get lost in a deluge of dialogue, conflict, and argument. And although The Family Stone has plenty of the aforementioned, it hits the audience in manageable doses with well-placed comic relief and an unforgettable cast of eccentric characters. Written and directed by up-and-coming Hollywood talent Thomas Bezucha, the film is a mosaic of fun, laughter, sadness, and family relationships most people will find charming and endearing… The Family Stone examines the vibrant relationships of the Stone family, a close-knit traditional nuclear family gathering for the holidays. Sybil Stone (Diane Keaton) and her husband Kelly (Craig T. Nelson) host their children for the holidays, but as with most families, conflict is abundant. Sarcasm, backstabbing, blame, and jealousy are evident in almost every encounter, but ironically, so are love and respect. When eldest son Everett (Dermot Mulroney) brings home his current girlfriend Meredith Morton (Sarah Jessica Parker) to meet the family, her business-like demeanor and uptight mannerisms clash with the rest of the family, particularly Everett’s vindictive sister Amy (Rachel McAdams). Despite Meredith’s best efforts, the only family member she can impress is Everett’s laidback brother Ben (Luke Wilson). Meredith’s discomfort is compounded when she inadvertently makes a bigoted remark about Everett’s homosexual brother Thad (Tyrone Giordano), garnering the wrath of the entire family. Pushed to her breaking point, Meredith moves from the house to a nearby bed and breakfast, while Everett struggles with the idea of proposing to a woman his family obviously dislikes. Meanwhile, Ben helps Meredith to come out of her shell, and Meredith enlists the support of her younger sister Julie (Claire Danes) to smooth things over with the Stones. But the holidays take an interesting twist when unexpected relationships blossom and an unforeseen event takes its toll on the entire family… The Family Stone certainly succeeds in creating a number of dynamic multidimensional characters, but it fails in a couple respects. The most obvious is the relationship switch that eventually takes place and is quite evidently in the making from the opening scenes of the film. One brother stealing another’s girlfriend is not in-and-of itself unbelievable, but the continuation of a normal relationship between the two brothers is. No awkwardness there? No jealousy? Plot twists are great, but keep them realistic… The other aspect of The Family Stone that stands out is a bit more peripheral and makes the film teeter on the precipice of Hollywood clichй. Meredith is portrayed as an uptight homophobic bigot in need of a cure, while the Stone family is free-spirited and in touch with their feelings. In the end, Meredith grows because of her proximity to the Stones, but the Stones don’t learn anything from Meredith. It’s probably not a coincidence that Meredith’s views might be construed as conservative, while the Stones’ views are considered liberal (i. e. conservative evil, liberal good). This same theme was prevalent in Meet The Fockers when Robert De Niro’s character learns the error of his uptight ways and engages in the hippie lifestyle of his daughter’s new in-laws. But, of course, the Fockers never learn anything from De Niro… Not necessarily a movie killer, but a clichй nonetheless. Despite the flaws, The Family Stone is still a decent film. Above par dialogue and outstanding performances by a strong cast make it time well spent. Many moments will make you laugh; others will remind you of your own family…

         
    The flintstones dvd review

     

    Turning the television world flat on its head, The Flintstones became the first animated hit series in prime time history. Set in the Stone Age town of Bedrock, the show explored the lives of ancient cave dwellers through the lens of a modern lifestyle, with bird beaks acting as phonograph needles, elephant trunks as vacuum cleaners, and fireflies as light bulbs. With its measured use of top-grade humor and clever visuals, The Flintstones became an instant smash hit - spawning decades of syndicated re-runs, spin-offs, and thousands of derivative products… Loosely modeled after the hit show The Honeymooners, The Flintstones follows the lives of burly loudmouth Fred Flintstone (who has a heart of gold) and his wife Wilma (who puts up with him). The couple lives next door to best friends Barney and Betty Rubble, and they have a dog (a dinosaur) named Dino to keep them company. Following in the footsteps of shows such as I Love Lucy, the show's characters are always inventing hair-brained schemes, attempting to cover up little white lies, or engaging in some other form of behavior bound to get them in trouble. The Flintstones also features numerous cameo appearances parodying famous personalities from the early-sixties… In the show's later years, each couple would add a child to the mix with Fred & Wilma having Pebbles (a little girl) and Barney & Betty adopting Bamm-Bamm (a little boy)… The Flintstones DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "The Flintstone Flyer" in which Fred pretends to be sick so he and Barney can get out of going to the opera with Wilma and Betty. Escaping in their Stone Age helicopter, the two go bowling, but it isn't long before Barney spills the beans on what they really did… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "The Swimming Pool" in which Fred and Barney build a pool together only to have it strain their friendship, and "Hollyrock, Here I Come" in which Betty and Wilma win a trip to Hollyrock as a television game show prize… Below is a list of episodes included on The Flintstones (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (The Flintstone Flyer) Air Date: 09-30-1960 Episode 2 (Hot Lips Hannigan) Air Date: 10-07-1960 Episode 3 (The Swimming Pool) Air Date: 10-14-1960 Episode 4 (No Help Wanted) Air Date: 10-21-1960 Episode 5 (The Split Personality) Air Date: 10-28-1960 Episode 6 (The Monster from the Tar Pits) Air Date: 11-04-1960 Episode 7 (The Babysitters) Air Date: 11-11-1960 Episode 8 (At the Races) Air Date: 11-18-1960 Episode 9 (The Engagement Ring) Air Date: 11-25-1960 Episode 10 (Hollyrock, Here I Come) Air Date: 12-02-1960 Episode 11 (The Golf Champion) Air Date: 12-09-1960 Episode 12 (The Sweepstakes Ticket) Air Date: 12-16-1960 Episode 13 (The Drive-in) Air Date: 12-23-1960 Episode 14 (The Prowler) Air Date: 12-30-1960 Episode 15 (The Girls Night Out) Air Date: 01-06-1961 Episode 16 (Arthur Quarry's Dance Class) Air Date: 01-13-1961 Episode 17 (The Big Bank Robbery) Air Date: 01-20-1961 Episode 18 (The Snorkasaurus Hunter) Air Date: 01-27-1961 Episode 19 (The Hot Piano) Air Date: 02-03-1961 Episode 20 (The Hypnotist) Air Date: 02-10-1961 Episode 21 (Love Letters on the Rocks) Air Date: 02-17-1961 Episode 22 (The Tycoon) Air Date: 02-24-1961 Episode 23 (The Astra' Nuts) Air Date: 03-04-1961 Episode 24 (The Long, Long Weekend) Air Date: 03-10-1961 Episode 25 (In the Dough) Air Date: 03-17-1961 Episode 26 (The Good Scout) Air Date: 03-24-1961 Episode 27 (Rooms for Rent) Air Date: 03-31-1961 Episode 28 (Fred Flintstone: Before and After) Air Date: 04-07-1961

         
    The godfather dvd review

     

    Winner of three Academy Awards including Best Picture, The Godfather was nominated for an additional eight Oscars. The brainchild of celebrated author Mario Puzo, the film is considered the crowning achievement of Francis Ford Coppola’s directing career. With intriguing depth, it provides audiences with a glimpse into the notorious underworld of warring New York crime families. As a result, The Godfather transformed a number of relatively unknown actors into Hollywood legends, among them being James Caan, Al Pacino, and Robert Duvall (all three of whom were nominated for Best Supporting Actor). In addition, Marlon Brando turns in, arguably, the most memorable performance of his career. Certainly among the top five films of all time, an excellent case could be made that The Godfather is the most perfect movie ever produced… The film opens as “Don” Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) hosts his daughter’s wedding, where he actively entertains his friends and business associates. Vito’s favorite son Michael (Al Pacino) has come home from the war (World War II), and he’s determined to do something different with his life, and his ambitious plans don’t include joining the family business. An idealist at heart, the young Michael seduces his girlfriend Kay (Diane Keaton) with inspiring tales of the fine and upstanding things he will do with his life. Through the eyes of Michael, the audience learns of the family’s various business methods and the hierarchy of its system. Vito’s eldest son Sonny (James Caan) is the heir apparent to his father’s empire. Middle son Fredo (John Cazale) performs his part in the business, but few consider him a possible successor. Providing legal council to the family is Tom Hagen (Robert Duvall), a long-time friend of the family who Michael treats as a brother. Life is good for the Corleone family until the day Vito is approached by an opportunistic newcomer named Virgil “The Turk” Sollozzo (Al Lettieri), an ambitious leader who aspires to become the number one distributor of illegal narcotics in New York. He asks for the Don’s blessing so he can expand his operations. But Vito sees a big difference between the traditional mafia activities of gambling and prostitution and the less-than-noble profession of selling drugs in schoolyards and family neighborhoods. The Don’s preference for placing family above all else creates a direct conflict with the changing landscape of his business world. When competing crime families are more accommodating to Sollozzo’s business proposal, the enterprise sparks a deadly conflict between the crime families which quickly escalates into all-out war. Despite Vito’s attempts to put an end to the conflict in its early stages, his beloved firstborn, Sonny, becomes the target of gangland assassination. When an attempt is made on Vito’s life, Michael is drawn into the family business despite his reservations, and the overriding theme of “family first” comes to dominant his life in much the same way it’s dominated that of his father… A dramatic story of family and change, of youthful idealism and the pragmatism of adulthood, The Godfather is the greatest mafia film ever produced, and perhaps as the best drama in all of cinema history. Al Pacino would soon follow up his masterful performance with The Godfather II, and countless other films in the decades since, forever cementing his place among the immortals Hollywood. As such, The Godfather is a film all movie lovers should see at least one. Widely heralded as one of the best written films in existence, it’s a definite “must-see” for any serious cinema aficionado…

         
    The golden girls dvd review

     

    Making its debut in the fall of 1985, The Golden Girls quickly established itself as a fixture of Saturday night prime time television. Following the lives of four older women living together as roommates in Miami, the show displayed a raw wit and a biting humor. The women live in the house of Blanche Devereaux (Rue McClanahan), a Southern belle who loves men of every kind and has dated every eligible bachelor in the Miami area. Her roommates are former high school teacher Dorothy Zbornak (Bea Arthur) and St. Olaff housewife and widower Rose Nylund (Betty White). Rose loves to tell stories about her former hometown, much to the chagrin of the other girls. The three are joined by Dorothy’s mother, the firebrand Sophia Petrillo (Estelle Getty), a spunky Italian immigrant who always speaks her mind. In her early 80’s, Sophia may walk at a measured pace, but the velocity of her sarcasm only increases with age. Overall, this is a charming situation comedy with likeable characters who have certainly developed their own unique identities. Although some of the same aspects of the show tend to be used over and over again (such as the St. Olaff stories and Dorothy’s reaction to them), The Golden Girls never seems to grow tiresome. With powerful performances from each of the cast members, viewers will find that Sophia steals the show… The Golden Girls DVD offers a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere “The Engagement” in which Sophia Petrillo moves in with her daughter Dorothy and her two roommates, Blanche and Rose, after a fire destroys her retirement home, Shady Pines. Meanwhile, Rose develops a bad feeling when Blanche’s boyfriend Harry proposes... Other notable episodes include “The Competition” in which Dorothy and Blanche enter into a heated bowling competition with Rose and Sophia, and “The Operation” in which Dorothy is forced to undergo surgery on her foot. Feeling scared and sorry for herself, she develops a new outlook on life after her encounter with an inspirational hospital roommate… Below is a list of episodes included on The Golden Girls (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (The Engagement) Air Date: 09-14-1985 Episode 2 (Guess Who’s Coming To The Wedding?) Air Date: 09-21-1985 Episode 3 (Rose The Prude) Air Date: 09-28-1985 Episode 4 (Transplant) Air Date: 10-05-1985 Episode 5 (The Triangle) Air Date: 10-19-1985 Episode 6 (On Golden Girls) Air Date: 10-26-1985 Episode 7 (The Competition) Air Date: 11-02-1985 Episode 8 (Break-In) Air Date: 11-09-1985 Episode 9 (Blanche And The Younger Man) Air Date: 11-16-1985 Episode 10 (Heart Attack): Air Date: 11-23-1985 Episode 11 (The Return Of Dorothy’s Ex) Air Date: 11-30-1985 Episode 12 (The Custody Battle) Air Date: 12-07-1985 Episode 13 (A Little Romance) Air Date: 12-14-1985 Episode 14 (That Was No Lady) Air Date: 12-21-1985 Episode 15 (In A Bed Of Rose’s) Air Date: 01-11-1986 Episode 16 (The Truth Will Out) Air Date: 01-18-1986 Episode 17 (Nice And Easy) Air Date: 02-01-1986 Episode 18 (The Operation) Air Date: 02-08-1986 Episode 19 (Second Motherhood) Air Date: 02-15-1986 Episode 20 (Adult Education) Air Date: 02-22-1986 Episode 21 (Flu Attack) Air Date: 03-01-1986 Episode 22 (Job Hunting) Air Date: 03-08-1986 Episode 23 (Blind Ambitions) Air Date: 03-29-1986 Episode 24 (Big Daddy) Air Date: 05-03-1986 Episode 25 (The Way We Met) Air Date: 05-10-1986

         
    The goonies dvd review

     

    Brainchild of cinematic genius Steven Spielberg, The Goonies is a thrilling fantasy adventure film for younger audiences - although adults will find it enjoyable as well. Foreshadowing the success of the Harry Potter films, The Goonies involves a series of tests and obstacles that a group of young kids must overcome in order to save the day. In a lot of ways, the film is like an Indiana Jones for kids - produced in such a way that kids can envision or fantasize about being in just such a situation. The film follows the exploits of a neighborhood group of kids who call themselves The Goonies. Upset that they will soon have to part ways because of the forced commercial development of their neighborhood, the kids are enjoying what they believe will be one of their last meetings together. But while Mikey, Chunk, Mouth, and Data (the nicknames of the Goonies respectively) are exploring Mikey's attic, they find a treasure map hidden in the back of an old picture frame. Purportedly, the map leads to the long lost treasure of the famous pirate "One-Eyed" Willy. Banding together with Mikey's older brother Brandon and two neighborhood girls, Andy and Stef, the group sets out to uncover the pirate's vast riches and thus save their homes from the wrath of the wrecking ball. But a small problem stands in their way. The treasure map's starting point rests underneath an old abandoned house used as a hideout by the notorious Fratelli crime family. Brothers Jake and Francis, coupled with their deformed yet gentle brother and mean Mama Fratelli, are quite an intimidating force. When the Goonies manage to uncover the entrance to the cave that harbors their treasure, Chunk is left behind. The Fratelli's viciously interrogate the boy in an effort to find out what happened to his friends. But it takes a freak accident (spilled water falling down the hole in the fireplace) before they find One-Eyed Willy's secret passage. With the Fratelli family hot on their heals, the Goonies must pass through a series of mental and physical obstacles set up centuries before by pirates intent on keeping undesirables away from their precious bounty. Interspersed in the action is a number of clever and humorous one-liners that add to the overall audience enjoyment of the film. In the end, the kids discover One-Eyed Willy's monstrous treasure. But can they stave off the greedy ambitions of the Fratelli family? Will they manage to save their neighborhood with the newfound treasure? You'll have to watch to find out, and trust me, this movie is a lot of fun… Each of the stars contributes to the film in his own way. Chunk provides many moments of comic relief with his endless whining, and Data's constant deployment of quirky homemade inventions, although stretching the limits of reality, are a welcome addition to a fantasy adventure film tailored for a young audience. With the introduction of The Goonies DVD, an entirely new generation can discover the thrill and wonder of this instant cinema classic. Given its wide range of appeal to audiences of all ages and the exciting quest for hidden treasure, The Goonies passes the test as a definite must-see film. If you haven't seen it, or even worse - if your children have been deprived of seeing it - then I highly recommend renting this one…

         
    The incredibles dvd review

     

    Nominated for four Academy Awards, and winner of Best Animated Feature Film of the Year, The Incredibles is one of the best animated films ever produced. A cross between Toy Story, Superman, and Office Space, it provides an endless array of action sequences, visual creativity, and well-delivered humor. Director Brad Bird (who's directed a few episodes of The Simpsons) not only creates a memorable film, but also voices one of the star characters of The Incredibles, Edna Mode. And following in the rich tradition of animated classics such Bambi (1942), Beauty and the Beast (1991), and The Lion King (1994), Walt Disney Pictures teams up once again with Pixar Animation Studios (with whom it collaborated on Finding Nemo) to produce a film both children and adults will love with equal verve and passion… The Incredibles is set in the fictional cartoon township of Metroville (a hybrid of Superman's two homes, Metropolis and Smallville). Metroville is home to a number of miraculous superheroes who do everything from hunting down evil murderers to saving cats stuck in trees. Foremost among the superheroes is Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) who resembles Superman in both strength and style. Shortly after Mr. Incredible's marriage to the vivacious Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), a surge in civil lawsuits and other unwarranted torts are brought against the superheroes by the people they save, who cite numerous damages to their person as a result of being saved. The rash of legal action, and the strain it places on the local governmental budget, turns the tide of public opinion against the superheroes and forces them underground. Harbored by the government witness protection program, Mr. Incredible has assumed a new identity - that of Bob Parr, an ordinary middle-class suburbanite who works as an Insurance Claims Specialist. Cowering in his cubicle, Bob Parr must deal with the typical travails of a 9-to-5 job, a boss he hates, and regulations he feels are immoral and hurtful to the company's clients. Meanwhile, Elastigirl is now known as Helen Parr, and she's grown comfortable in her new role as a housewife rearing the couple's three suppressed-superhero children - Violet (a shy girl with the ability to turn invisible), Dash (a cocky boy with the ability to run super fast), and Jack Jack (a baby with no as-of-yet-known super powers). All goes well until Mr. Incredible, anxious to return to life of helping people, is approached by a super secret government organization hoping to enlist his aid. When it turns out to be part of an elaborate conspiracy hatched by the evil Syndrome (Jason Lee), a former Mr. Incredible sycophant turned bad, Elastigirl and the entire Parr family must risk blowing their cover in order to save Mr. Incredible, and the world, from certain doom… The Incredibles deserves a spot on anyone's list of the Top 100 films ever made. It really is that good. The musical score, composed by Michael Giacchino (know for his work on Alias), sneers at today's digital multi-track recording in favor of the old-school analog recordings of the 1960s in its effort to recreate the jazz-orchestra ambience often associated with the golden age of comic books. This attention to the form and detail of the story sets the tone for The Incredibles. And that's why the film is an absolute must-see. Its meticulous blend of sound and visuals, coupled with an utterly hilarious - if not ingenious script - makes The Incredibles a solid contender for the best film of 2004…

         
    The jeffersons dvd review

     

    Nominated for 13 Emmys and 8 Golden Globes, The Jeffersons was a groundbreaking situation comedy that was not only utterly hilarious, but also explored the controversial social issues of its day. Premiering in mid-season 1975, the show was a spin-off of the #1 hit series All In The Family, where main characters George and Louise were the next-door neighbors of Archie and Edith Bunker. During its nine-season run, The Jeffersons spent all but its last season as a Top 25 Nielsen rated show. One of the first sitcoms to center exclusively around the lives of African-Americans, The Jeffersons most likely featured television's first interracial married couple in Tom and Helen Willis. It was this fearless attempt to push the boundaries of the status quo that made the show one of the funniest of its time as well as a valuable resource for American race relations… The Jeffersons follows the lives of George (Sherman Hemsley) and Louise Jefferson (Isabel Sanford), a middle-aged African-American couple who own a string of successful dry cleaning stores. The windfall generated by their business paves the way for George and Louise to "move on up" into an exclusive Park Avenue apartment. The series is made by Hemsley's portrayal of the stubborn and greedy, yet quite lovable, character of George whose sarcasm and antics are only equaled by the Jeffersons' quick witted live-in maid Florence (Marla Gibbs). A supporting cast composed of omni-present neighbors Tom (Franklin Cover) and Helen Willis (Roxie Roker), the ever-polite Bentley (Paul Benedict), and a tip-grubbing doorman named Ralph (Ned Wertimer) provide for endless sources of irritation and annoyance for George. Throw in George's mother (Zara Cully) and her constant insults of Louise, and The Jeffersons becomes one of the best-written humorous shows of its time… The Jeffersons DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere "A Friend in Need" in which the audience meets George and Louise Jefferson as they settle into their brand new Park Avenue apartment. George demands that Louise hire a maid to take care of place, but she refuses because she doesn't want to be bored. Meanwhile, a new friend of Louise has a hard time believing that George could reach such a level of success without compromising his ethics… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "Lionel the Playboy" in which the Jeffersons' son Lionel starts enjoying the fruits of George's labor and debates dropping out of college, and "Rich Man's Disease" in which George is diagnosed with an ulcer, prompting Louise to try to keep him from getting upset - a near impossible task… Below is a list of episodes included on The Jeffersons (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (A Friend in Need) Air Date: 01-18-1975 Episode 2 (George's Family Tree) Air Date: 01-25-1975 Episode 3 (Louise Feels Useless) Air Date: 02-01-1975 Episode 4 (Lionel the Playboy) Air Date: 02-08-1975 Episode 5 (Mr. Piano Man) Air Date: 02-15-1975 Episode 6 (George's Skeleton) Air Date: 02-22-1975 Episode 7 (Lionel Cries Uncle) Air Date: 03-01-1975 Episode 8 (Mother Jefferson's Boyfriend) Air Date: 03-08-1975 Episode 9 (Meet the Press) Air Date: 03-15-1975 Episode 10 (Rich Man's Disease) Air Date: 03-22-1975 Episode 11 (Former Neighbors) Air Date: 03-29-1975 Episode 12 (Like Father, Like Son?) Air Date: 04-05-1975 Episode 13 (Jenny's Low) Air Date: 04-12-1975

         
    The jetsons dvd review

     

    If the Flintstones are the modern stone-age family, then the Jetsons are the quintessential post-modern futuristic family, complete with flying cars. Following the massive commercial success of the animated classic The Flintstones (1960), Hanna-Barbera followed with additional prime-time cartoon series Top Cat (1961) and The Jetsons (1962). Cancelled after one season on ABC, The Jetsons lived on through the success of syndicated reruns on Saturday morning cartoons, through TV movies and specials, comic books, games, and toys. Its enduring success prompted Hanna-Barbera to revive the series from 1985 to 1988, using many of the same animation techniques and characters as found in the original… The Jetsons follows the lives of George Jetson and his average middle-class family. George is a bumbling, yet kind-hearted family man who works for Spacely Sprockets, a sprocket manufacturing concern owned and run by the slave-driving dwarf Mr. Spacely. George's wife Jane is a homemaker who dials up breakfast for the family and pushes all the proper buttons necessary for cleaning the house and taking care of the domestic affairs. Son Elroy is a boy genius, and daughter Judy is a typical teenage rock-and-roller. Throw in a sarcastic robot maid named Rosie and a talking dog named Astro, and The Jetsons has all the elements of a modern TV classic. With flying cars, stilted high-rise houses, and automated gadgets for almost every conceivable form of work, the show matches The Flintstones pound-for-pound in respect to the artist/producers' breadth of creativity and imagination… The Jetsons DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere "Rosie the Robot" in which Jane urges George to buy a robot maid, but George feels they can't afford it. And with his boss, Mr. Spacely, due to come over for dinner, George doesn't think he can get raise out of Mr. Spacely if he sees a robot maid at the Jetson home. Meanwhile, Jane has taken a free one-day trial of an older-model 'Rosie' who makes Spacely the best dinner he's ever had, but not before he fires George, prompting Rosie to runaway from home. When the Jetson family finally tracks Rosie down, she decides to stay with the family permanently… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "Rosie's Boyfriend" in which Rosie falls in love with the building super's rag-tag robot assistant, and "Miss Solar System" in which Jane enters the Miss Solar System pageant against George's wishes, not knowing that George is one of the secret judges… Below is a list of episodes included on The Jetsons (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Rosie the Robot) Air Date: 09-23-1962 Episode 2 (A Date with Jet Screamer) Air Date: 09-30-1962 Episode 3 (Jetsons Nite Out) Air Date: 10-07-1962 Episode 4 (The Space Car) Air Date: 10-14-1962 Episode 5 (The Coming of Astro) Air Date: 10-21-1962 Episode 6 (The Good Little Scouts) Air Date: 10-28-1962 Episode 7 (The Flying Suit) Air Date: 11-04-1962 Episode 8 (Rosie's Boyfriend) Air Date: 11-11-1962 Episode 9 (Elroy's TV Show) Air Date: 11-18-1962 Episode 10 (Uniblab) Air Date: 11-25-1962 Episode 11 (A Visit From Grandpa) Air Date: 12-02-1962 Episode 12 (Astro's Top Secret) Air Date: 12-09-1962 Episode 13 (Las Venus) Air Date: 12-16-1962 Episode 14 (Elroy's Pal) Air Date: 12-23-1962 Episode 15 (Test Pilot) Air Date: 12-30-1962 Episode 16 (Millionaire Astro) Air Date: 01-06-1963 Episode 17 (The Little Man) Air Date: 01-13-1963 Episode 18 (Jane's Driving Lesson) Air Date: 01-20-1963 Episode 19 (G. I. Jetson) Air Date: 01-27-1963 Episode 20 (Miss Solar System) Air Date: 02-03-1963 Episode 21 (Private Property) Air Date: 02-10-1963 Episode 22 (Planet Dude) Air Date: 02-17-1963 Episode 23 (TV or Not TV) Air Date: 02-24-1963 Episode 24 (Elroy's Mob) Air Date: 03-03-1963

         
    The king of queens dvd review

     

    A spin-off of the popular TV series Everybody Loves Raymond, King of Queens first hit the airwaves in the Fall of 1998. The show follows the life of Doug Heffernan (played by comedian Kevin James), a package delivery man for IPS (far different from UPS for you litigious-minded readers out there), and the show utilizes much of the same marital and relationship humor found in Ray Romano's blockbuster sit With seven successful seasons under its belt, and even more yet to come, King of Queens is a hilarious comedy series well worth one's time and attention… King of Queens revolves around the life of Doug Heffernan, a hard-working, sports-loving parcel delivery man living in Queens, New York. In his thirties, and married to a lovely woman named Carrie (Leah Remini - who played Carla's daughter on the hit show Cheers), Doug spends most of his non-working hours basking in the glow of his state-of-the-art 70-inch TV with two buddies who share his fanatical love of sports, Spence (Patton Oswalt) and Deacon (Victor Williams). But Doug's personal paradise suffers a devastating blow when Carrie's widowed father Arthur (Jerry Stiller of Seinfeld fame) moves in with the couple. Doug's TV fantasy room is converted into an in-law suite, and after several failed relocation attempts, the TV is pushed into the garage… Now Doug and Carrie must learn to share their palace with an eccentric, and oftentimes annoying, father/father-in-law with a penchant for messing up the couple's well-grounded routine… The King of Queens DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere in which the audience learns the background of Doug Heffernan and his family. Doug's long rein as the most envied man in his social circle is brought to an end when his father-in-law moves in and takes the TV room for his bedroom. Meanwhile, Carrie's sister, in the midst of her own personal crisis, takes over Doug's bathroom… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "Paternal Affairs" in which Arthur, much to the chagrin of his son-in-law, sets out to "woo" Doug's Aunt Shelia, and "Crappy Birthday" in which Carrie, apprehensive about her age as she turns thirty, asks Doug to ignore her birthday… Below is a list of episodes included on the King of Queens (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Pilot) Air Date: 09-21-1998 Episode 2 (Fat City) Air Date: 09-28-1998 Episode 3 (Cello, Goodbye) Air Date: 10-05-1998 Episode 4 (Richie's Song) Air Date: 10-12-1998 Episode 5 (Paternal Affairs) Air Date: 10-19-1998 Episode 6 (Head First) Air Date: 10-26-1998 Episode 7 (The Rock) Air Date: 11-02-1998 Episode 8 (Educating Doug) Air Date: 11-09-1998 Episode 9 (Road Rayge) Air Date: 11-16-1998 Episode 10 (Supermarket Story) Air Date: 11-23-1998 Episode 11 (Noel Cowards) Air Date: 12-14-1998 Episode 12 (Fixer Upper) Air Date: 12-21-1998 Episode 13 (Best Man) Air Date: 01-11-1999 Episode 14 (Dog Days) Air Date: 01-18-1999 Episode 15 (Crappy Birthday) Air Date: 02-01-1999 Episode 16 (S'Ain't Valentine's) Air Date: 02-08-1999 Episode 17 (Court Date) Air Date: 02-15-1999 Episode 18 (White Collar) Air Date: 02-22-1999 Episode 19 (Rayny Day) Air Date: 03-01-1999 Episode 20 (Train Wreck) Air Date: 03-15-1999 Episode 21 (Hungry Man) Air Date: 04-05-1999 Episode 22 (Time Share) Air Date: 04-26-1999 Episode 23 (Where's Poppa?) Air Date: 05-03-1999 Episode 24 (Art House) Air Date: 05-10-1999 Episode 25 (Maybe Baby) Air Date: 05-17-1999

         
    The king of queens season 3 dvd review

     

    An Everybody Loves Raymond spin-off, The King of Queens revolves around the life and times of Doug Heffernan, a blue-collar, sports fanatic package delivery man who lives in Queens, New York. In his mid-thirties, and married to a beautiful woman named Carrie (Leah Remini), Doug spends the majority of his non-working hours watching his state-of-the-art 70-inch television with two friends who share his devotion to sports, Spence (Patton Oswalt) and Deacon (Victor Williams). But Doug's male paradise suffers a debilitating blow when Carrie's father Arthur (Jerry Stiller) moves into the house. Doug's fantasy TV room is turned into a bedroom, and after numerous failed relocation attempts, the TV finds its way into the garage… Now Doug and Carrie are forced to share their palace with an eccentric father/father-in-law with a knack for ruining the couple's day-to-day routine… The King of Queens (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Do Rico" in which Doug begins imitating the accent of the new guy at work, Rico, because it turns Carrie on in the bedroom. But when Doug begins to grow jealous thinking Carrie wants Rico, Carrie turns the tables on him by imitating the Italian accent of Rico's girlfriend Francesca. Meanwhile, Arthur is on a personal quest to find someone to inscribe his wisdom in a tome for the ages… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Fatty McButterpants" in which Doug becomes self-conscious of his weight when he learns that Carrie has been buying his clothes from the "Big and Tall" shop, and "Hi Def-Jam" in which Doug and friends conspire to watch the Super Bowl on the high-definition TV at Carrie's boss's house… Below is a list of episodes included on the King of Queens (Season 3) DVD: Episode 51 (Do Rico) Air Date: 10-02-2000 Episode 52 (Roast Chicken) Air Date: 10-09-2000 Episode 53 (Fatty McButterpants) Air Date: 10-16-2000 Episode 54 (Class Struggle) Air Date: 10-23-2000 Episode 55 (Strike One) Air Date: 10-30-2000 Episode 56 (Strike Too) Air Date: 11-06-2000 Episode 57 (Strike Out) Air Date: 11-13-2000 Episode 58 (Dark Meet) Air Date: 11-20-2000 Episode 59 (Twisted Sitters) Air Date: 11-27-2000 Episode 60 (Work Related) Air Date: 12-04-2000 Episode 61 (Better Camera) Air Date: 12-11-2000 Episode 62 (Wedding Presence) Air Date: 01-08-2001 Episode 63 (Hi Def-Jam) Air Date: 01-29-2001 Episode 64 (Paint Misbehavin') Air Date: 02-05-2001 Episode 65 (Deacon Blues) Air Date: 02-12-2001 Episode 66 (Horizontal Hold) Air Date: 02-19-2001 Episode 67 (Inner Tube) Air Date: 02-26-2001 Episode 68 (Papa Pill) Air Date: 03-19-2001 Episode 69 (Package Deal) Air Date: 04-09-2001 Episode 70 (Separation Anxiety) Air Date: 04-16-2001 Episode 71 (Departure Time) Air Date: 04-20-2001 Episode 72 (Swim Neighbors) Air Date: 05-07-2001 Episode 73 (S'no Job) Air Date: 05-14-2001 Episode 74 (Pregnant Pause: Part 1) Air Date: 05-21-2001 Episode 75 (Pregnant Pause: Part 2) Air Date: 05-21-2001

         
    The king of queens season 4 dvd review

     

    A spin-off of the Emmy Award-winning comedy series Everybody Loves Raymond, The King Of Queens took the TV viewing public by storm in the Fall of 1998. With a colorful cast of characters and well-written comic sequences, it more than lives up to the standards of its predecessor. The King Of Queens follows the lives of Doug (Kevin James) and Carrie (Leah Remini) Heffernan, a middle-class, blue-collar couple living in Queens, New York. Life is great for the couple, until Carrie's widowed father Arthur (Jerry Stiller) moves in with them. Now, the two must battle not only each other's eccentricities, but Arthur's as well. With some of the more memorable one-liners and comedic sequences in today's TV landscape, King of Queens is a hilarious comedy series the whole family can enjoy… The King of Queens (Season 4) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Walk, Man" in which Doug and Carrie decide they want to try to get pregnant once again (following Carrie's miscarriage several months earlier), but the problem is that Arthur is sleeping all day and then wants to spend all night hanging out with Doug and Carrie. To get some alone time, the two concoct a story and hire a stunning dog walker who pretends to be interested in Arthur… Other episodes from Season 4 include "Friender Bender" in which Doug and Carrie run into the back of Deacon and Kelly's car and the incident drives a wedge between the couples' friendship, and "Hero Worship" in which Doug contemplates following a lifelong dream to open his own sandwich shop… Below is a list of episodes included on the King of Queens (Season 4) DVD: Episode 76 (Walk, Man) Air Date: 09-24-2001 Episode 77 (Sight Gag) Air Date: 10-01-2001 Episode 78 (Mean Streak) Air Date: 10-08-2001 Episode 79 (Friender Bender) Air Date: 10-15-2001 Episode 80 (No Retreat) Air Date: 10-22-2001 Episode 81 (Tricker Treat) Air Date: 10-29-2001 Episode 82 (Lyin' Hearted) Air Date: 11-05-2001 Episode 83 (Life Sentence) Air Date: 11-12-2001 Episode 84 (Veiled Threat) Air Date: 11-19-2001 Episode 85 (Oxy Moron) Air Date: 11-26-2001 Episode 86 (Depo Man) Air Date: 12-10-2001 Episode 87 (Ovary Action) Air Date: 12-17-2001 Episode 88 (Food Fight) Air Date: 01-07-2002 Episode 89 (Double Downer) Air Date: 01-14-2002 Episode 90 (Dougie Nights) Air Date: 02-04-2002 Episode 91 (No Orleans) Air Date: 02-25-2002 Episode 92 (Missing Links) Air Date: 03-04-2002 Episode 93 (Hero Worship) Air Date: 03-18-2002 Episode 94 (Screwed Driver) Air Date: 03-25-2002 Episode 95 (Lush Life) Air Date: 04-08-2002 Episode 96 (Bun Dummy) Air Date: 04-29-2002 Episode 97 (Patrons Ain't) Air Date: 05-06-2002 Episode 98 (Eddie Money) Air Date: 05-13-2002 Episode 99 (Two Thirty) Air Date: 05-20-2002 Episode 100 (Shrink Wrap) Air Date: 05-20-2002

         
    The lion king dvd review

     

    Winner of two Academy Awards for Best Music, both Original Score and Original Song, The Lion King would have won Best Picture had it not been an animated film. Arguably the greatest full-length animated Disney feature of all time, The Lion King is a drama of epic proportions, and a film that forever extended the boundaries of the animation genre. Hans Zimmer creates an original score that is second to none in cinematic history, and Elton John’s hit single “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” swept the nation upon the film’s release. With powerful and often mesmerizing visual sequences, the use of a timeless plot device, and brilliant direction, the film will stand the test of time as one of the best movies ever produced. The Lion King takes place in Pride Rock, a serene jungle paradise on the African plain. In Pride Rock, every animal lives as part of a harmonious ecosystem, ruled by the greatest animal of all, the strongest and wisest lion, King Mufasa. When Mufasa’s wife gives birth to the lion cub Simba, the young heir’s Uncle Scar begins plotting the overthrow of his brother and the taking of the kingdom by force. Forming a conspiracy with a pack of wild hyenas, Scar’s evil plan is to lure Simba and Mufasa into a valley where the hyenas stir up a herd of wildebeests which end up trampling Mufasa and leaving him clinging for his life on the edge of a cliff. With his Mufasa’s life hanging in the balance, Scar seizes the opportunity to send his brother hurling to a bloody death. With the king gone, and Simba too young to defend the kingdom, Scar and the hyenas ascend to power. Pride Rock is soon reduced to a desolate wasteland as its newest rulers ravage the landscape, while Simba is forced into exile. Fleeing to a faraway land free of predators, Simba befriends Pumbaa and Timon, a warthog and meerkat who live carefree lives feasting on grubs and insects. But as time passes, a chance encounter reunites Simba with his childhood destiny. Can Simba return to Pride Rock and reclaim his rightful position as king, or will he succumb to the temptations of an easy life, free from conflict and responsibility? Widely considered the greatest animated film in Disney’s arsenal, and certainly the best of the computer-generated era, The Lion King is a cinematic masterpiece in any medium. If you tend to shy away from animated films as childlike or simply just not your cup of tea, you would be well advised to make an exception for The Lion King. It’s quite simply an extraordinary epic, replete with dazzling choreography, well-blended musical scores, and characters the audience loves to root for. In one particular scene, the Disney animators’ use of Leni Riefenstahl’s patented camera angles to capture the hyenas marching in lock-step under the singular review of Scar creates an abundance of subconscious images reminiscent of Hitler and the Third Reich. This illusion plants a manifestation of evil in the mind of the viewer that is instantly connected to Scar and his evil intentions… That’s the type of symbolic and all-engrossing power Disney utilizes in this wonderful masterpiece – loved by children, yet a deeply probing and breathtaking film for adult audiences. A perfect 10 of a movie…

         
    The new world dvd review

     

    Directed and written by Terrence Malick, the talented artist behind The Thin Red Line (1998), great anticipation surrounded the release of The New World. The project was bold and ambitious enough to peak one’s interest, but unfortunately, the film could not deliver on its promise. Entire scenes drift by with nothing in particular being achieved to either advance the plot, the theme, or the premise of the film. Unfittingly, the soundtrack featured blaring snippets of concert music reminiscent of Richard Wagner, which would be great if The New World took place in 19th Century Venice instead of 17th Century America. Much more should be expected from James Horner whose brilliant work has enhanced such films as Field of Dreams, Braveheart, Legends of the Fall, and Titanic. The New World soundtrack is disaster almost on par with the latter film. The rest of film isn’t much better. Although it vividly illustrates the limitless possibility of early Jamestown and the majesty of the unspoiled wilderness surrounding it, the visual images are offset by poor dialogue and what seems to be an overly zealous attempt to manufacture a poetic awe-inspiring masterpiece of a film. Nevertheless, The New World does manage to summon images of the first European settlers and the hardship they must have faced. From this standpoint, one can say it has some reflective value for those who appreciate human history… The New World begins by following the life of Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell). Landing in the New World with a convoy of Englishmen, he happens upon the Native American kingdom of Powhatan (August Schellenberg). Of course, most of the world knows the basic plotline. Smith’s life is spared when his body is covered by Powhatan’s beautiful daughter, Pocahontas (Q’Orianka Kilcher). Kilcher certainly displays the requisite physical beauty to portray the princess, but the script gives her little with which to work. Although a subject of controversy among historians, the film plays up the angle of a possible love affair between Smith and Pocahontas, but it accurately records her eventual marriage to John Rolfe (Christian Bale) and the couple’s celebrated trip to London. But The New World’s problems don’t stem from historical accuracy, but rather from the fact that the preceding paragraph is a detailed account of everything that happens in a tedious two-hour fifteen-minute snoozer. In short, it’s long and boring. As much as the film failed to live up to expectations, this much can be said for The New World: it accurately portrays the landscape of southeastern Virginia. That alone makes it immensely superior to Disney’s Pocahontas which featured non-indigenous animals and forests peppered with waterfalls. Unfortunately, an entire generation of children gathered their personal knowledge of local geography from that film. From the perspective of set design, wardrobe, historical underpinnings, and the mere beauty of its images, The New World is a film to behold. However, from the standpoint of dialogue, plot, direction, and performance, The New World is an utter flop. Unless you’re a history buff, and specifically a Jamestown junkie, avoid the film at all costs…

         
    The notebook dvd review

     

    Adapted to screen from the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name, The Notebook is one of the best romantic dramas to hit the big screen in decades. Garnering high marks from a wide-range of critics, The Notebook is a funny and emotional film which deals with love, relationships, and the risks people take. James Garner turns in a notable performance as the elder man, Duke, who reads the pages of his notebook to dying nursing home resident Allie (Gena Rowlands). Overall, this is a classic "chick flick" with a dramatic twist. Set in the World War II era, The Notebook is a great film… Duke (James Garner) regularly reads from the pages of a notebook to an older woman in a nursing home. Suffering from Alzheimer's disease, her memories of the parts which he's read in the past appears and disappears without order, but Duke continues to read to her because of their deep and enduring friendship. The notebook's story centers around the lives of a teenage boy and girl who meet at a carnival in the late-1930s. At first, Allie Hamilton doesn't know what to think of Noah Calhoun, but she soon gives into his insistence that they go out on a date. When Noah and Allie fall deeply in love, Allie's parents try to break up the couple. The Hamiltons are rich, and Noah and his father are from the poor side of town. Nevertheless, Allie and Noah are determined to be together. When World War II breaks out, Noah is sent into conflict. He writes numerous letters to his love, but they go unanswered because Allie's parents are hiding the letters as well as her replies to Noah. After several years apart, Allie becomes engaged to successful businessman. But after reading a newspaper article concerning Noah's restoration of a historic home he once promised her, she decides to go visit him. Allie's visit with Noah turns both their worlds upside down when they learn the truth about the letters. Now, Allie must choose between the fiancйe she truly loves and the man who is her real true love… Actor Ryan Gosling is entertaining and likeable in his portrayal of the young and energetic Noah Calhoun. The Notebook as a film is better served by featuring his superb talents. Likewise, up-and-coming actress Rachel McAdams is brilliant in her role as Allie. The emotions of her young romance are clearly conveyed by a natural and instinctive penchant for delivering her lines in just the right way. Call it onscreen charisma or whatever, but McAdams is one to look out for in the future. In short, The Notebook is as good a film as it is as a book. Few books translate onto the big screen as well as they read in print, so The Notebook is to be heralded for its ability to do so. Charming and easy to like, the film glorifies the romance of a young couple who find true love - a love that lasts forever. Well-produced and featuring some amazing shots of natural locations, The Notebook ranks as a definite must-see film. Do yourself a favor and go see it today…

         
    The office dvd review

     

    One of the most refreshing new comedy series on TV, The Office catalogues the inner-workings of a fictional Pennsylvania paper company called Dunder-Mifflin. The name itself alludes to some sort of bureaucratic labyrinth administered by dunderheads, and in reality, it is. Unfortunately, what makes The Office so hilarious is the ability of viewers to relate to the onscreen office culture. The branch office of Dunder-Mifflin viewers are privy to is managed by the politically-incorrect, borderline lunatic Michael Scott (Steve Carell). Using twisted logic to set company policy, worn out clichйs as a substitute for leadership, and an endless array of corny group activities to lift employee morale, he creates an office atmosphere that makes the career of Dilbert seem desirable in contrast. Carell, star of the recent box office hit The 40-Year-Old Virgin, shines in the role of the nutty and eccentric office manager, and his talents are well complimented by Rainn Wilson who plays the part of Michael’s butt-kiss, rule-Nazi lackey, Dwight Schrute. Dwight’s over-the-top antics conflict with the rest of the office, particularly co-worker Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) whom Dwight would like to fire. A charming unspoken office crush between Jim and Pam Beesley (Jenna Fischer) makes for an interesting and recurring subplot. Both Jim and Pam epitomize the remainder of the cast of Dunder-Mifflin employees who come across as logical, well-reasoned, and normal individuals. Normal people stuck in a bizarre world where idiots like Michael and Dwight preside over their working hours. Similar in theme to the equally funny feature film Office Space, The Office provides us with a much more excitable Bill Lumbergh lording over an army of Peter Gibbons-like worker bees. For creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, who first experienced success with the concept in the UK, it’s a recipe for pure, unadulterated laughter. The Office (Season 1) DVD features six hilarious episodes including the season premiere in which a camera crew arrives at Dunder-Mifflin in order to film a documentary. Naturally, Michael tries to portray himself as a brilliant steward of office productivity, while office enemies Jim and Dwight engage in a series of desk battles. Viewers also get a glimpse of the regular flirtations between Jim and Pam. Other notable episodes include “Diversity Day” in which Michael engages in a feeble and half-hearted attempt to shed light on office diversity, while alienating most of his employees in the process, and “Health Care” in which Michael, afraid of bearing bad news, delegates his authority to Dwight who creates an utter fiasco of the company health care plan. Below is a list of episodes included on The Office (Season 1) DVD: Episode 1 (Pilot) Air Date: 03-24-2005 Episode 2 (Diversity Day) Air Date: 03-29-2005 Episode 3 (Health Care) Air Date: 04-05-2005 Episode 4 (The Alliance) Air Date: 04-12-2005 Episode 5 (Basketball) Air Date: 04-19-2005 Episode 6 (Hot Girl) Air Date: 04-26-2005

         
     
         
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