The Mask of Zorro gets a Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD SteelBook in celebration of the film’s upcoming 25th anniversary in July. This is a placeholder for my formal review as the review copy of the new 4K UHD SteelBook is set to arrive today. My plan is to watch the film at my soonest convenience and replace this placeholder with the formal review. Much like Air Force One, this is another case in which…"The Mask of Zorro Gets Limited Edition 4K UHD Steelbook"
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National Treasure: Edge of History concluded its first season with the thrills, mystery, and excitement that one expects from the franchise. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into the spinoff series because it wouldn’t have the same magic without Nicolas Cage. The chemistry between Cage, Justin Bartha, and Diane Kruger were what drove the previous films. Jon Voight and Helen Mirren also added to the fun. What happens when you take them out of…"National Treasure: Edge of History – Season 1"
Paramount Home Entertainment has now given Chicago a Limited Edition Blu-ray SteelBook to mark the Oscar winner’s 20th anniversary. The new Blu-ray SteelBook also comes closer to the anniversary of the film’s wide release in early 2003. In addition to a digital copy, audiences get some three hours of legacy bonus content as detailed below. Chicago is quite the musical spectacle. I didn’t get an opportunity to see the film on the big screen. In…"Chicago Gets 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Blu-ray SteelBook"
National Treasure: Edge of History made some news at San Diego Comic-Con with a teaser trailer and behind-the-scenes look. The SDCC panel for the highly anticipated series took place in Ballroom 20. Moderated by comedian and influencer Jenny Lorenzo, the panel featured series stars Lisette Olivera, Zuri Reed, Antonio Cipriano, Jordan Rodrigues, Jake Austin Walker, Lyndon Smith and executive producers Cormac and Marianne Wibberley. Additionally, it was announced that Harvey Keitel, who played Peter Sadusky…"National Treasure: Edge of History – First Look – SDCC 2022"
The Terminal may not be the top of the line for filmmaker Steven Spielberg but the film still makes for compelling material when viewing. It’s fascinating to watch The Terminal in 2020, over fifteen years following its theatrical release. So much has and hasn’t changed when it comes to immigration. Because Krakozhia breaks out into civil war during his flight, the United States no longer recognizes the country. Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks) basically becomes a…"The Terminal: Spielberg Goes Back To Comedy"