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Stub: The Best Cowdog in the West, a review by addicted2dvd

     Stub: The Best Cowdog in the West: Disney Exclusives (1973/United States)
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Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Walt Disney Home Entertainment (United States)
Director:Larry Lansbaugh
Writing:Larry Lansbaugh (Original Material By), Janet Lansbaugh (Screenwriter), William C. Anderson (Screenwriter)
Length:49 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: Mono

Rex Allen as Narrator
Slim Pickens as Windy Bill
Jay Sisler as Himself
Mike Herbert as The Boy
Luann Beach as The Rancher's Daughter

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My Thoughts:

I must say this is a different kind of film. Not a bad one... but definitely different. It felt like the story itself took a back seat to just showing animal tricks. It felt like a movie but not... a documentary but not. It is really kind of hard to explain.While there was talking in the film... more time then not it was narrated. But none of this means it was a bad movie. I did enjoy it. I would even say it was above average for what it was. But it is definitely different then what I am used to watching.


(From May Marathon - Animals on May 6th, 2016)

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Mars Attacks!, a review by dfmorgan

Mars Attacks!

Year: 1996
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Annette Bening
OverviewWatched: 1st. Jan 2011
My Thoughts: Ack. Ask. Ack. A nice fun film to start the New Year, pity that Warner chose to release it as a vanilla with zero extras.

My Rating: An enjoyable 3

(From Dave's DVD/Blu-ray Reviews on January 2nd, 2011)

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Pete's Pilots, a review by addicted2dvd

The Comeback
For fallen star Valerie Cherish - former B-list sitcom actress desperate to revive her career - no proce is too high to pay for clinging to the television spotlight. Valerie agrees to be the subject of an intrusive reality television show, with cameras following her every move as she lands the part of "Aunt Sassy" in a tedious new sitcom, Room and Bored.

Lisa Kudrow stars in this uncomfortably funny and insightfully biting comedy series from writer Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City).
In the spirit of reality television, there seems to be no end to the humiliating circumstances Valerie Cherish will endure, all in the name of fame.

The Comeback (Pilot)

Faded television starlet Valerie Cherish attempts to land a role in a new sitcom.'Room and Bored', by taking part in a reality show dhronicaling her somewhat mortifying "comeeback."

My Thoughts:
I watched this when it originally aired on HBO. I remember that I enjoyed it somewhat... but that I wasn't overly impressed with it. But when I found the DVD set on sale for less then $15 I decided to add it to my collection. That was almost 2 years ago now... and until now I haven't watched the DVDs at all. Watching the pilot episode again today I felt pretty much the same way I remember the first time around. It is one of those shows... while decent... I wasn't surprised when it was canceled.

My Rating:

(From Pete's Pilots on November 23rd, 2009)