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In this episode, I’ll take 90 seconds to look at Tim Burton's 1996 sci-fi spoof, Mars Attacks! Make sure to check out all of my movie reviews, long or short, at HappyDragonPictures.com! The DVD She...
In this 90-second review, I’ll look at Reign Over Me, a drama featuring Adam Sandler and Don Cheadle as two long-lost college roommates whose lives drastically change when their friendship is rekin...
In this episode, I take a 90-second trip on a hijacked New York subway car to review the classic 1974 version of The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3, starring Walter Matthau as a disgruntled transit authori...
In this episode, I’ll spend 90 seconds looking at the 2009 psychological drama, Big Fan, starring stand-up comic Patton Oswalt. The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews is hosted by David Rose.
In this episode, I’ll be giving my 90 second review of the classic 80’s comedy, Three Amigos, starring Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, and Martin Short. The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews is hosted by David Rose.
Do you enjoy The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, but don’t really have the time to sit through a 20 to 30 minute long episode? Then check out my spin-off series, The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews – DVD and Blu-R...
The DVD Shelf takes a look at Lars and the Real Girl, a charming story about a boy and his doll. Ryan Gosling plays Lars, a delusional man who orders a love doll off the internet and develops a romantic relationship with her, much to the chagrin of his family and acquaintances. David takes a look at the DVD and its special features, and all the while, he surfs the web to find out how to order a Real Doll of his own.
In this monumental episode, the DVD Shelf celebrates the lighter side of the Dark Knight by delving deep into the 1966 Batman movie starring Adam West and Burt Ward, including lots of insight into the classic TV series and the dire state of comic books at the time. Also, David reveals additional DVD titles that no '60s Bat-fan should be without!
In this kaiju-sized episode of the DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, we delve deep into the creation of one of the most famous giant monsters in movie history, Godzilla! Born out of World War II's impact on Japan, Godzilla has gone on to star in nearly thirty movies over the years, but none are as dark, ominous, and captivating as the original 1954 black-and-white film that started it all.
In this episode, we take a look at the classic '80s horror/comedy An American Werewolf in London, directed by John Landis. We'll look at the Landis's inspirations and what effect the film had on his future directing career, including Michael Jackson's "Thriller". We'll also look at the Oscar-winning makeup effects by Rick Baker, and why they make the film so unforgettable.
In this episode, we take nearly one hour to look at the beloved live-action/animation hybrid Who Framed Roger Rabbit! We'll cover everything from the inception of the original novel, to the years it took to get to the big screen, the century-old techniques used to bring the story to life, and the film's expansive 2-disc DVD set.
In this episode, David tries to shake off the cold weather (and a head cold) by looking at the classic summer vacation comedy The Great Outdoors starring Dan Aykroyd and John Candy. This episode includes a brief look at the careers of Aykroyd and Candy, along with legendary writer-producer-director John Hughes, who wrote the screenplay.
It's the debut episode of The DVD Shelf, where your host David Rose reveals, reviews, and recommends the movies you should have on your own DVD shelf! He takes a look at the Tim Burton film Ed Wood, starring Johnny Depp as one of the worst directors in history, and delves into Wood's real life to see how it compares to Burton's hilarious vision of the man.