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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.


(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)