Tag: DTS

Aeon Flux Review

Aeon Flux (Charlize Theron) is one of those movie characters who can dodge everything just by doing a few computer/wire assisted flips. As she breaks into the stronghold of …

New Police Story Review

In the plethora of Jackie Chan stunt scenes to choose from, the bus disaster in New Police Story may be the most visually stunning...

DoBlu’s Christmas Blu-ray List

Wondering what holiday themed Blu-ray’s DoBlu has reviewed? Here’s a list of what we have to offer to get you completely into that festive spirit. B001AQT0UY Gremlins Yes, it …

The Tale of Despereaux Review

Maybe the problem with Tale of Despereaux is the message, or at least one of clarity. Despereaux (Matthew Broderick) is a mouse with big ears, certainly adorable, but he …

Forrest Gump Review

Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) doesn’t care he met President Kennedy, caught Watergate criminals, won an All American Award, made millions fishing for shrimp, or received the Medal of Honor …

The Ugly Truth Review

There is at least one small glimmer of hope for The Ugly Truth in the beginning: it will avoid becoming of “those” romantic comedies. Gerard Butler’s character Mike Chadway …

Up Review

At one point in Disney/Pixar’s Up, Carl Fredricksen is trying to save Russell, his young companion, from falling off a giant blimp. Russell, tied to a chair, is unable …

Stir of Echoes Review

Stir of Echoes is the perfect example of a release date blunder. One month after Sixth Sense entered pop culture canon, the Kevin Bacon vehicle Echoes was pushed into …

Night at the Museum Review

A whimsical, energetic throwback to a style of movies long since lost, Night at the Museum is a wonderful family effort from Shawn Levy. Witty dialogue, memorable characters, and …