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North Country, a review by Eric


North Country


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Good movie, directed by a woman and with the women who were involved in the real case as counsultants which means that the people who did it can understand what was at stake.

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(From Eric's DVD watching. on June 28th, 2008)

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A Very Brady Christmas, a review by addicted2dvd



A Very Brady Christmas
Mike and Carol Brady decide to spend their savings on bringing their kids and relatives in for the holidays, but the kids are having their own problems: Greg (now a doctor) has to make the trip alone since his wife Nora is spending the holidays with her family; Peter is embarrassed to bring his girlfriend home since she is his boss; Bobby is hiding the fact that he dropped out of business grad school to race cars; Marcia's husband, Wally, has been laid off from his job at Tyler Toys; Jan and stuffy husband Phillip are separating; and Cindy is tired of the fact that mom and dad can't respect her as a grown woman. Just another day in the life of the Bradys.

My Thoughts:
I wasn't sure I was quite ready for this reunion movie... especially with it being so far out of season. But when Brittany found out I was doing reunion movies for this weekend's marathon... she really wanted to watch the Brady Bunch ones with me. So we decide to go ahead and do it. As I have said while watching the complete series set... I personally always enjoyed the reunion movies more then the series itself. I can say I have a new appreciation for the series... as I enjoyed it more then I thought I would when I watched it again... but think I still prefer the reunion movies. Some reason I really enjoy seeing the Brady kids all grown up. But I do believe this is the last time I will watch this particular reunion movie till the Holiday season comes!

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: TV Show Reunion Movies on June 14th, 2008)

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Pete's Pilots, a review by addicted2dvd



Blue Collar TV
Ep: Family

Those goodl' boys are good 'n' funneeee. Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour team with a gifted ensemble to git-'r-done in this 2-disc, 13-Episode Season One Volume One of the down-home skit series, delivering some of the biggest laughs on either-side of the Mason-Dixon Line.

Each episode's got a theme - like "Naked", "Family" or "Getting Sick". Now if'n you've never been i a birthday suit, never known anyone who had a momma or poppa, or never had a day when your temperature wasn't 98.8 and the day you were born was the last time you ever saw a doctor, maybe this isn't for you. But if you HAVE, stick around. And dig into an all-you-can-watch buffet of hilarious TV/movie parodies, the redneck dictionary, guest and clever stand-up riffs tighter than bark on a tree. Y'all have a good time now!


My Thoughts:
This show has always been a lot of fun to me. One of my favorite skit shows. Sure it is not for everyone... but where I was raised around rednecks pretty much my whole life their jokes seem tailored made for me. Though some of their stuff... while funny... still is a little too vulgar for my taste at times.

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(From Pete's Pilots on November 9th, 2009)