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Rocketman Now Available On Bluray

After being one of the box office hits this spring, Rocketman is now available on Bluray, and if you didn’t catch it at the theater, you should probably pick up a copy and check it out as soon as possible.

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Overlord Shouldn’t Be Overlooked on Bluray

Overlord is one of those movies that hits the theatre and quickly disappears because nobody knows what it is. It wasn’t advertised much, and the trailer didn’t play in front of a lot of films. While it did play during some of the smaller film festivals, and critics generally have given it a favourable review, Overlord still hasn’t gotten the love it has deserved. Hopefully word of mouth spreads though, because it is one of those films that you really don’t want to miss.

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First Man Launches On Bluray

We’ve all heard the stories about the first trip to the moon (including the conspiracy theories that it was faked), but what we haven’t heard a lot about is the astronaut who took the first steps on the moon. Sure he was in the spotlight and became a national treasure, but who was Neil Armstrong the man? First Man takes a glimpse into Armstrong’s life, and tries to show us personal side of this very public figure.

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Mother! Is Not For Everyone

By the timeĀ Darren Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence’s latest film Mother! made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, people were already talking about it. It had gotten both a standing ovation and boos from the crowd at theĀ Venice Film Festival, and movie going fans from around the world didn’t know what to expect. After TIFF, the film got mixed reviews and when the film made its theatrical debut a week later people stayed away from it. But the question is, was it really so controversial and bad? That is a tricky question to answer, and here’s why.

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Transformers: The Last Knight Looks Good On Bluray

2017 has seen several big budget films fall into the category of “not very good”, and thus become a failure at the box office. Transformers: The Last Knight is one of those, and it is the first in the franchise to be labelled both a critical and commercial bomb. However with the digital and bluray release of the film this week, some of that loss may yet still be recuperated.

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