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Monsters vs. Aliens, a review by Tom

Title: Monsters vs. Aliens
Year: 2009
Director: Conrad Vernon, Rob Letterman
Rating: FSK-6
Length: 95 Min.
Video: Widescreen 2.35
Audio: English: Dolby Digital TrueHD, German: Dolby Digital 5.1, French: Dolby Digital 5.1, Italian: Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1, Turkish: Dolby Digital 5.1, Portuguese: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish

Reese Witherspoon
Seth Rogen
Hugh Laurie
Will Arnett
Kiefer Sutherland

The world's most unlikely heroes are on a mission to save Earth in Dreamworks Animations's MONSTERS VS ALIENS

Ginormica, Dr. Cockroach Ph D, The Missing Link, Insectosaurous and B.O.B. join forces to fight back when aliens attack. With amazing animation and an all-star voice cast including Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie and Keifer Sutherland, this ginormous adventure is MONSTER SMASH ... THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.

Deleted Scenes
Music Videos
Scene Access

My Thoughts:
I did watch this one at the theatres in 3D. I still enjoyed it just as much this time around. It has fun and likable characters and a fun story. Too bad that they didn't put the movie additionally as 3D on this Blu-ray (they did this with Coraline). There is a bonus short which they put on as 3D. Although the 3D for home cinema is far from the current technology in the theatres, I was surprised how good the effect can still be archieved on a television. Only the colors are horrorable because of the green/red filtering.


(From DCO third annual November Alphabet Marathon - discussion/review/banter thread on November 8th, 2009)

Member's Reviews

Leave Her to Heaven, a review by Rick

Leave Her to Heaven

Hollywood Legends:
Gene Tierney
Cornel Wilde
Vincent Price

This film won the Oscar® for Best Cinematography (Color) and received three other Academy Award® nominations: Best Actress for Gene Tierney, Best Sound Recording, and Best Art Direction/Interior
Decoration (Color).

Based on the best-selling novel by Ben Ames Williams, ‘Leave Her to Heaven’ is a stylish psychological thriller starring Gene Tierney as Ellen, the stunningly beautiful wife of handsome writer Richard Harland, played by Cornel Wilde. Ellen panics as her perfect marriage unravels and Harland’s work and invalid brother demand more and more of his attention. Her husband becomes unnerved by her compulsive and jealous behavior. And when the people close to him are murdered, one by one, it is obvious that this dream marriage has become a full-fledged nightmare.

My thoughts:
This is the movie that crapped out on me last week. It looked like it was going to be a good one though. Gene Tierney (who is gorgeous BTW) was just starting to show her psychotic side.  I had to skip 2 chapters on the DVD to get it to play so I could have finished the movie. What I would have missed was Tierney’s complete unraveling and that I do want to watch.

I’ll watch it again, I just have to get a new copy (or try Sébastien's suggestion). From what I saw it was going to be an enjoyable movie.

My Rating: Right now I have to rate it as a  :shrug: I did see enough to make me want to know what happens next, so as of now I am recommending it.

(From DCO third annual November Alphabet Marathon - discussion/review/banter thread on November 28th, 2009)

Member's TV Reviews

"Due South" marathon, a review by Tom

15. The Wild Bunch (1995-02-16)
Writer: Paul Haggis (Created By), Kathy Slevin (Writer), Jeff King (Writer)
Director: Richard J. Lewis
Cast: Paul Gross (Constable Benton Fraser), David Marciano (Detective Ray Vecchio), Beau Starr (Lt. Harding Welsh), Daniel Kash (Detective Louis Gardino), Tony Craig (Detective Jack Huey), Catherine Bruhier (Elaine), Christopher Babers (Willie), Michael Rhoades (Arnold Benedict), Susan Hamann (Jackie Alexander), Judah Katz (Judge Sherman), Jack Nicholsen (Caulfield), Bill MacDonald (Devereaux), Al Kozlik (Cuthbert), Mack Slevin (Mack)

A good episode focusing on Dief. I like it that they bring up the possibility that Dief being a wild animal could really be dangerous.


(From "Due South" marathon on July 19th, 2009)