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Astro Boy, a review by addicted2dvd

     Astro Boy (2009/United States)
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Summit Entertainment (United States)
Director:David Bowers
Writing:Tezuka Osamu (Created By), David Bowers (Story By), Timothy Hyde Harris (Writer), David Bowers (Writer)
Length:94 min.
Video:Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles:English, Spanish

Charlize Theron as "Our Friends" Narrator (voice)
Freddie Highmore as Astro, Toby (voice)
Ryan Stiles as Mr. Moustachio (voice)
Eugene Levy as Orrin (voice)
Nicolas Cage as Dr. Tenma (voice)

Blast off with ASTRO BOY, the thrilling tale of a true hero! In futuristic Metro City, scientist Tenma (Voiced by Nicolas Cage) creates an amazing robot boy with hidden talents unlike anything you've ever seen. Astro Boy (voiced by Freddie Highmore) hass super strength, x-ray vision, incredible speed and the ability to fly. But what he really wonts is to know where he belongs. When the world needs saving, he'll discover he was made for the challenge. featuring an all-star cast of voice talent, ASTRO BOY is a high-flying adventure that soars to new heights!

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My Thoughts:

I just barely remember the old anime series this film is based on. So I don't remember the origin story from the anime.... but I liked what they did with it for the film. The animation is top notch and the voice cast is great.... there is some big stars I am familiar with. This film is heavy on story and a little less action then I was expecting... but it kinda needed it for an origin story. The origin is a little darker then I was expecting... but there was some good laughs in the story as well. Definitely worth the time put in to watch it.


(From August Movie Marathon: Radical Robotics on August 8th, 2017)

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Sea Purple, a review by Tom

[tom]5060018652177.4f.jpg[/tom]     Sea Purple (2009/Italy)

Peccadillo Pictures (United Kingdom)
Director:Donatella Maiorca
Writing:Mario Cristiani (Screenwriter), Donatella Diamanti (Screenwriter), Donatella Maiorca (Screenwriter), Pina Mandolfo (Screenwriter), Giacomo Pilati (Original Material By)
Length:105 min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio:Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1

Valeria Solarino as Angela/Angelo
Isabella Ragonese as Sara
Ennio Fantastichini as Salvatore
Giselda Volodi as Lucia
Maria Grazia Cucinotta as Agnese

Growing up in 19th-century Sicily, rebellious Angela finds herself attracted to her best friend Sara. As deep friendship turns to passion, Angela's strict father demands that the relationship cease. Refusing, Angela is locked away until her resourceful mother comes up with a solution that enables her to live with her lover, and seemingly satisfy convention.

Based on a true story, Sea Purple has drawn comparisons with The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister for its depiction of a landmark lesbian love story that defies convention.

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My Thoughts:
An interesting and entertaining movie. I enjoyed it. It was better than I had expected.


(From Lesbian Movie Marathon on January 6th, 2013)

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Smallville Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

Season 2: Disc 6:

Years ago, a terrible accident took Lana's childhood friend Emily. But now a ghostly Emily resurfaces in Lana's life, and the secret to the little girl's renewed existence lies in the laboratories of Lionel Luthor.

My Thoughts:
This is one of my all time favorites! I can't for the life of me believe that the classic movie "House on Haunted Hill" actually put a scare into Lana!  But the fact that it had ever so slight horror genre appeal to it made me love this episode as I love horror!

The specialist hired to interpret the Smallville cave pictographs acquires astonishing powers and a new mission: kill Clark! Helen and Lana both have doubts about their relationship with the men in their lives.

My Thoughts:
We are really starting to get into the mythology arc of the show at this point. For me this episode is enjoyable... but not the best episode I ever seen.

Clark will go with Lana or without her. But he's leaving Smallville for keeps. The fledgling superhero turns his back on family, friends and destiny after his decision to destroy the spaceship brings unintended tragedy.

My Thoughts:
Great cliff-hanger episode. Enjoyed it... but hated to see Chloe get so jealous that she turns on Clark the way she did.

Season 2: Overall Thoughts:
This was a really good season. Started to do less of the Freak of the Week episodes and concentrated more on the origins of Clark. Not that I don't like the Freak of the Week episodes.. because I definitely do... I like both styles. It was awesome to see Christopher Reeve in an episode this season.

(From Smallville Marathon on August 3rd, 2007)