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Inside Out, a review by addicted2dvd

     Inside Out (2015/United States)

Buena Vista Home Entertainment (United States)
Director:Pete Docter
Writing:Pete Docter (Story By), Ronnie Del Carmen (Story By), Pete Docter (Screenwriter), Meg LeFauve (Screenwriter), Josh Cooley (Screenwriter)
Length:95 min.
Video:Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 7.1, English: DTS-HD High Resolution: 5.1, English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Audio Descriptive: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, French: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles:English, French, Spanish

Amy Poehler as Joy (voice)
Phyllis Smith as Sadness (voice)
Richard Kind as Bing Bong (voice)
Bill Hader as Fear (voice)
Lewis Black as Anger (voice)

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  • Feature Trailers
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  • Deleted Scenes
  • Featurettes
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  • Riley's First Date? and LAVA Short Films

My Thoughts:

This is a fun animated film. And I like the idea behind it. Emotions as characters in the brain... running the life you live. I lke how this shows that even sadness is an important part of life. I can see how this film could help children understand that fact. And it is all done in an entertaining way. Well worth the time put in to watch it. Recommended!


(From Month Long Marathon: Best Animated Feature Film on May 7th, 2018)

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Spy Girl, a review by Tom

Title: Spy Girl
Links: IMDb | Wikipedia

Year:2004 / South Korea
Director:Han-chun Park
Writing:Won-jun Ha (Writer)
Rating:Category I
Length:102 Min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio:Korean: Dolby Digital 5.1, Cantonese: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles:Chinese, English

Jeong-hwa Kim as Park Hyo-jin
Yu Kong as Choi Ko-bong
Sang-mi Nam as Nam Jin-a
Jadu as Park Hyo-jin II
Il-seob Baek as Park Mu-sun

A North Korean spy sent across the DMZ to find a fellow spy that has run off with the Communist country's operational funds. Things don't quite go as plan, and Hyo-jin (Kim Jung-hwa) finds herself working at a Burger King as cover. Alas, Hyo-jin is too pretty for her own good, which immediately makes her the star "server" at the fast food chain. Soon all the boys, including failed student Ko-Bong (Gong Yu), are lining up to be served. But after Ko-Bong posts Hyo-Jin's pictures on an internet bulletin board that touts the "top Angel" working a the Burger King, it threatens to expose Hyo-Jin's cover. What's a spy to do?

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My Thoughts:
The premise sounded interesting and fun, but the actual movie was rather boring. It could have been so much more. I felt that it had no real direction. Maybe I just had the wrong expectations for it.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on September 17th, 2010)

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Angel Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

Angel: Season 1

6. Sense & Sensitivity
Original Air Date: 11/9/1999
A sensitivity seminar for Kate's police squad backfires with near disastrous results when Angel tries to discover who has taken a contract out on Kate's life.

Guest Stars:
Elisabeth Rohm
John Capodice
John Mahon
Ron Marasco

My Thoughts:
Not really a favorite episode of mine. It is alright... but sensitivity thing played more silly then funny. Though there was a couple giggles in it. Storyline really wasn't that interesting. Really just an average filler type episode.

My Rating:

(From Angel Marathon on February 24th, 2010)