Tag Archives: paramount

Selma Blu-ray Review

selma15950

“Such a march speaks loudly to current, paralyzing social turmoil. It has, through time, come to represent gay rights, financial inequality, and staggeringly, continued battles over voter’s rights. Selma teaches as a film of perspective. In this, it is valuable and it is real. Selma shows how rightful progress is made. Not through fear. Not through violence. Rather, perseverance, tolerance, and patience. It is tremendous to see this medium use its entire worth.”

Read my full review of Selma at DoBlu

Leave a comment

Filed under Movie/Blu-ray Reviews

World War Z 3D Blu-ray Review

worldwarz5630

“Adapted (barely) from Max Brooks’ novel of the same name, director Marc Forster’s World War Z depicts global cataclysm as well as it does strengthened, personal tension. Rousing escalation of traditionally lumbering, modest attack pieces is able to brighten dimming appeal in entertainment’s zombie fascination. Hordes run and tackle instinctively, yet do so with unheralded financial backing for a genre usually bolted down by blood or make-up budgets.”

Read my full World War Z 3D Blu-ray review at DoBlu!

Leave a comment

Filed under Movie/Blu-ray Reviews