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Frozen, a review by addicted2dvd

     Frozen: Collector's Edition (2013/United States)
Wikipedia |IMDb |Trailer |
Walt Disney Home Entertainment, Buena Vista Home Entertainment (United States)
Director:Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Writing:Jennifer Lee (Screenwriter), Hans Christian Andersen (Original Material By), Chris Buck (Story By), Jennifer Lee (Story By), Shane Morris (Story By)
Length:108 min.
Video:Widescreen 2.40:1
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 7.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 5.1, French: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles:English, French, Spanish

Kristen Bell as Anna
Idina Menzel as Elsa
Jonathan Groff as Kristoff
Josh Gad as Olaf
Santino Fontana as Hans

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  • Featurettes
  • Music Videos
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My Thoughts:

A few people suggested I should watch this one and I must admit I enjoyed it quite a bit. I liked the story line and I liked the message this film has. One you don't see in many Disney films. That being the princesses don't need a prince to save them. This is a film I would like to add to my collection. Especially after finding out that one of the actresses I collect had a voice role in this one. That being Kristen Bell who I first discovered in the TV series Veronica Mars.


(From July Movie Marathon: Musicals (Yes... You read right!) on July 20th, 2016)

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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, a review by addicted2dvd

Title: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Year: 1979
Director: Daniel Haller
Rating: NR
Length: 89 Min.
Video: Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: Mono
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Gil Gerard
Pamela Hensley
Erin Gray
Henry Silva
Tim O'Connor

In the original theatrical pilot, a mysterious meteor shower in 1987 sends astronaut William "Buck" Rogers and his spacecraft off-orbit. He doesn't awaken from the resulting suspended animation until an alien diplomatic vessel, Draconia, and the deceptively beautiful Princess Ardala intercept him in the year 2491. Sent back to Earth by the deceptively beautiful Princess Ardala, Buck must now convince the Earth's Defense Directorate of his true identity and prevent an attack by the alien Draconians whose "peacekeeping" motives on Earth are not so clear.

Scene Access
Bonus Trailers

My Thoughts:
I decided to pop in this movie that started the series when I found out that today (Jan.7th) is Erin Grey's 61st birthday. I always found this to be a fun show when I was a kid. But I haven't seen this show since... and I must admit I was a little worried on how well it would hold up. While watching this today I definitely felt it was dated... and yes a bit on the cheesy side... but even with that said I still found it to be entertaining. I think I will have fun re-watching this series after many long years.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on January 7th, 2011)

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Veronica Mars Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

Season 2: Disc 2

5. Blast From the Past
Deciding to give Jackie the benefit of the doubt since she's dating Wallace, Veronica tries to help Jackie determine who stole her credit card, leading Veronica to appear on a psychic's community access show to pursue a lead.

My Thoughts:
Now... this episode... this was a fun episode... especially with Veronica and Jackie (Wallace's girlfriend) getting into it to see just who can be the bitch of all bitches. Jackie don't like how he jumps to help Veronica any time she calls. Of course Veronica does try to be the bigger person for Wallace but enough is enough at some point.

6. Rat Saw God
With Aaron Echolls (guest star Harry Hamlin) facing trial for Lilly's murder, the previously accused Abel Koontz appears to enlist Veronica's help in finding his missing daughter Amelia, leading to a confrontation with Kane Software's head of security.

My Thoughts:
Another episode that I did enjoy... though there really wasn't nothing that stood out as special to me. Just a good episode.

7. Nobody Puts Baby In A Corner
Veronica and Duncan discover that the still-comatose Meg had been babysitting an abused child, leading Veronica to take on an unfamiliar role as a babysitter to determine the kid's identity.

My Thoughts:
This episode was really good... I enjoyed it a lot! I remember the first time I saw this episode I figured it out right before they revealed it. I had to kinda laugh because of just how crazy Veronica saw that every family is. Just goes to show you... you see "weird" in every other family... just like every other family see "weird" in yours.

8. Ahoy, Mateys!
Veronica helps Keith determine who is haunting a school bus crash victim's parents, currently embroiled in a suit against the school district for negligence.

My Thoughts:
This episode... even though it is good is not one of my favorites. This episode's mystery is ok... but I don't feel that they did enough to make you care about the characters... I mean with what the episode is about sure... you go in caring about them... but there wasn't nothing to maintain that caring... if that makes sense to you.

(From Veronica Mars Marathon on August 28th, 2007)