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Sister Act, a review by addicted2dvd

     Sister Act: 20th Anniversary Edition (1992/United States)
IMDb |Wikipedia |Trailer |
Touchstone Home Entertainment, Buena Vista Home Entertainment (United States)
Director:Emile Ardolino
Writing:Joseph Howard (Writer)
Length:100 min.
Video:Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 5.1
Subtitles:English, Spanish

Whoopi Goldberg as Deloris
Maggie Smith as Mother Superior
Kathy Najimy as Mary Patrick
Wendy Makkena as Mary Robert
Mary Wickes as Mary Lazarus

  • Scene Access
  • Bonus Trailers
  • Featurettes
  • Music Videos

My Thoughts:

This is one I haven't seen since the '90s... I feel it held up well. I enjoyed it quite a bit. This one has quite a but if laughs. I am glad I finally added it to my collection.


(From Within My Lifetime: 2017 Edition on June 16th, 2017)

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The Love Bug, a review by addicted2dvd

Title: The Love Bug: Special Edition
Year: 1968
Director: Robert Stevenson
Rating: G
Length: 108 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.80:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English

Dean Jones
Michele Lee
David Tomlinson
Buddy Hackett
Joe Flynn
Benson Fong

For the first time ever you can enjoy this timeless classic in a Special Edition DVD. Fully restored to look and sound as it was originally intended, it also features hours of exclusive bonus materials your entire family will enjoy again and again.

He's the star who provides the most laughs per gallon. He's Herbie, the lovable car with a mind of his own!

Dean Jones, Michele Lee and Buddy Hackett join Herbie in this revved-up comedy classic. Jones plays down-on-his-luck race car driver Jim Douglas, who reluctantly teams up with the little machine. Douglas thinks his sudden winning streak is due to 'his' skill, not Herbie's. He finally realizes the car's worth when a sneaky rival plots to steal Herbie for himself. But it's Herbie who'll steal your heart in this wildly fun, rollercoaster ride of a movie you'll never forget!

Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Feature Trailers
Deleted Scenes
Production Notes
Closed Captioned
Cartoon: "Susie, The Little Blue Coupe"
Radio Spots

My Thoughts:
This is the first time I seen this classic Disney movie since I was a kid. A movie I remembered really enjoying. While I still enjoyed it very much... it wasn't quite as good as I remembered. While there was definitely some laughs in this one... it wasn't as many as I was remembering. But there was also scenes and people I was remembering that wasn't in this movie... so I think what happen was that in my mind I was combining some.. if not all... the Herbie movies together. Which just makes me want to find the rest of the movies so I can see them again as well. For such an old movie... the special effects were done rather well. I mean after all... this movie is over 40 years old. Anyway... it was fun watching this movie again after all these years. And they really seemed to make a nice special edition release for it... though I haven't taken the time to check out the extras yet.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs on November 7th, 2010)

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Marathon, a review by DJ Doena

Disc 2

Favor the Bold
Synopsis: Starfleet is fighting the battles and has to retreat all the time. But Sisko has developed a plan to re-take DS9 and thus re-taking control of the wormhole. He assembles huge parts of three fleets to hit the bajoran system in a decisive strike. But he's also running out of time, Damar will take down the minefield within a week and Dukat has a fleet to intercept Sisko.

My Opinion: Finally they strike back! And they use an appropiate number of ships. 650 Starfleet ships versus 1254 Dominion ships! That's how fleets are supposed to look like in space. Let's get ready to rumble!

Sacrifice of Angels
Synopsis: The battle has begun and Sisko tries to punch holes in the Dominion line to get through to DS9 but both the Jem'Hadar as well as the Cardassians hold their line. Sisko needs a miracle to save the Alpha Quadrant and he even gets two of them. Finally the Klingons show up and they show why they call their spaceships "Bird of Prey". But against the 28,000 ships on the other side of the wormhole only divine intervention will help.

My Opinion: As much as I liked this entire arc since the end of season 5 and as much as I liked these last two episodes I felt that the conclusion was very dissatisfactory. "Deus ex machina" means literally "god from the machine" and that's exactly what they did. They invented a fleet of 28,000 Dominion ships and suddenly had no clue how to resolve that problem so they used the Prophets/wormhole beings to get rid of them. :yellowcard:
But I liked the twist that Dukat went insane after he was so sure to already be the master of the AQ and after losing his daughter. This will give the character yet again a new direction and is the basis for a number of good episodes.

A while back I found this fan-made trailer about Favor the Bold and Sacrifice of Angels and I think it's very well done:

You Are Cordially Invited
Synopsis: Worf and Dax decide not to marry after the war but within a week. For this Worf invites Martok, Alexander, Sisko, O'Brien and Bashir to his "klingon bachelor party" while Dax must get the approval of Martok's wife to get invited into the House of Martok. And of course she has her own kind of bachelor party...

My Opinion: After all these fighting that was a nice change of pace. I found it so funny how everyone imagined a "klingon bachelor party" and how it really was. Especially O'Brien should have known better because he had been to some of Worf's rituals and they were never fun. ;) And I really liked the wedding ceremony and the legend about the two klingon hearts - it sounded like real klingon mythology.

Synopsis: Mirror-Barail beams onto the station and Kira is quite shocked to see him. But that Barail is nothing like her Barail - and he is a thief. Kira tries to help him find his way on this side of the "mirror" and she can't resist being attracted to him. He is seemingly willing to change but even though Kira might be blinded by his appearance, Quark can see right through him and suddenly Kira finds herself in front of ... Kira.

My Opinion: This episode was not so interesting even with the appearance of Mirror-Kira.

(From Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Marathon on February 21st, 2009)