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My Name Is Khan, a review by dfmorgan

My Name Is Khan

Year: 2010
Director: Karan Johar
Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol
Overview: My Name Is Khan is the triumphant story of an unconventional hero and the obstacles he must overcome to regain the love of this life. Rizvan Khan, a Muslim man who has Aspergers Syndrome, moves to San Francisco and falls in love with the beautiful Mandira. They marry and have a happy life; until September 11, 2001, when attitudes towards Muslims undergo an alarming change. After a series of tragic events leaves her devastated, Mandira splits from Rizvan, leaving him alone once again. To win her back, Rizvan embarks on a touching and inspiring journey across America to clear his name and prove his love to the woman who captured his heart.

Watched: 10th. Dec 2010
My Thoughts: I can't really articulate my thoughts on this film. Let's just say wonderful.

My Rating: A wonderful 5


(From Dave's DVD/Blu-ray Reviews on December 11th, 2010)

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Dead and Deader, a review by addicted2dvd

Title: Dead and Deader
Year: 2006
Director: Patrick Dinhut
Rating: NR
Length: 89 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital 5.1, English: Dolby Digital Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: N/A

John Billingsley
Dean Cain
Colleen Camp
Greg Collins
Ellie Cornell

Dean Cain stars as Lt. Bobby Quinn, a Special Forces commando killed during a recon mission deep in the Cambodian jungle. But when Quinn interrupts his own stateside autopsy, he discovers that the rest of his dead squad has been resurrected with a ravenous appetite for human flesh. Now with the help of a wisecracking cook (Guy Torry of AMERICAN HISTORY X) and a sexy film geek (Susan Ward of WILD THINGS 2). the part-zombie Quinn must stop the plague before it can infect the entire nation. Who holds the shocking secret behind this blood-crazed carnage? And what happens when Quinn stops gnawing on a raw steak and starts chomping on the hot chick? Colleen Camp (WAYNE'S WORLD), Dean Haglund (THE X-FILES), Ellie Cornell (HALLOWEEN 4), Armin Shimerman (DEEP SPACE NINE, BUFFY), John Billingsley (ENTERPRISE, THE NINE) and Peter Greene (PULP FICTION) co-star in this splatter-riffic action comedy from the producers of FREE ENTERPRISE, THE SPECIALS and HOUSE OF THE DEAD.

Scene Access
Audio Commentary
DVD-ROM Content
Closed Captioned

My Thoughts:
This is a movie I just recently got for $5. From what I was able to find out is that it is a Sci-Fi Original Movie. So that right there tells me this Zom-edy (as the back of the case calls it) could be pretty cheesy. So I went into this one with pretty low expectations. And maybe that helped because I actually enjoyed this one. I enjoyed it more then I probably should have. The majority of it's comedy was making cracks at other movies and TV shows. Some of it being pretty stupid... but I found myself laughing anyway. Being a zombie movie there was of course plenty of blood and gore. Some of which looked pretty cool... but there was also some that looked pretty cheesy.  Bottom line is I had a lot of fun watching this movie... even though as a movie lover I knew I shouldn't. So I guess I will have to chalk this one up as a guilty pleasure.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: Anything Goes on January 23rd, 2010)

Member's TV Reviews

Tom's TV Pilots marathon, a review by Tom

     At Last the 1948 Show (1967/United Kingdom)
IMDb | Wikipedia

(United States)
Length:172 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital 1

This historic, wildly silly series triggered a revolution that changed the face of TV comedy forever.

Bursting onto Britain's small screens in an explosion of outrageous and ofter surreal sketches. 'At Last The 1948 Show' featured John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Marty Feldman and Tim Brooke-Taylor. Produced in 1967, this recently discovered collection launched the Monty Python phenomenon and much like the effects of the Beatles on music, the world of comedy has never been the same.

This 2 DVD set features the recently discovered 5 episodes of the classic 'At Last The 1948 Show' series and a Comedy Family Tree poster booklet.

At Last the 1948 Show
1.01 Episode 1
Writer: Tim Brooke-Taylor (Writer), John Cleese (Writer), Graham Chapman (Writer), Marty Feldman (Writer)
Director: Ian Fordyce
Cast: Tim Brooke-Taylor), John Cleese), Graham Chapman), Marty Feldman), Aimi Macdonald), Jo Kendall), Dick Vosburgh), Barry Cryer), Dick Holmes)

An early show with John Cleese and Graham Chapman. I think it's only worth to check it out for curiosity sake. Though I only can base my opinion on this first episode. It's the first time that I ever saw any of them. This set has been in my unwatched pile for five years now.


(From Tom's TV Pilots marathon on March 26th, 2011)