Posts tagged "dvd"

Win This! “Magic Mike” On Blu-Ray/DVD & Channing Tatum Autographed Trading Cards!

Listen, I know the holiday movie season still lies ahead, but I am confident in saying that no other film will come close to the astounding cinematic spectacle of "Magic Mike," hands down my favorite movie of the year. And I'm even more sure that no other Blu-ray/DVD will get as many plays either…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 26, 2012

“Drive” On (DVD)

Like fast cars, romance, and a killer soundtrack? Like those things even more when they're accompanied by a hot, man-of-few-words bad boy in a satin jacket with a scorpion emblazoned on it? Well, lucky for you, the sleeper hit of the 2012, "Drive" -- starring Amelia's former boo, Ryan Gosling -- just came out o…
By: The Frisky / January 31, 2012

“The Art Of Getting By”

We're suckers for an indie rom-com, especially one that makes us wistfully nostalgic about our misfit teenage years. "The Art of Getting By," out on DVD 11/29, is just that kind of film. Freddie Highmore (the now grown-up kid from "Finding Neverland") is George, a fatalistic but artistically talented high school senior in New York…
By: The Frisky / November 28, 2011

10 Things You Need For The Perfect Girls’ Night In

Oh, happy day! "Bridesmaids" -- you know, the number one female-centric comedy ever -- is out on DVD and Blu-Ray today. In honor of the film, we're thinking about what makes for the perfect girls' night in. Here are 10 essential elements -- and remember … no boys allowed!
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 20, 2011

Be Our “Blue Valentine”

Ryan Gosling -- an actor who The Frisky has totally neutral opinions on -- says that "Blue Valentine" is a film that couples should watch together, as it's "a cautionary tale about what can happen to love if you ignore it and you take it for granted." We happen to think that while…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 12, 2011

seasons savings: Granny’s Got a Brand New Bag

Last year for Christmas I bought my grandparents a DVD player. One year later, I think it's about time they own a DVD, and for cheap too.
By: Lauren Panariello / October 29, 2009

Heidi Pratt Wants You To Lose Weight

Want workout and nutritional advice from Heidi Montag? (How very Elizabeth Hasselbeck of her.) Yeah me neither. But apparently Mrs. Pratt doesn't care what we want—she's once again unleashing her Playboy-rific bod on the world in a new workout DVD. The plan is to also offer such unheard of and novel nutritional advice like: Avoid…
By: Nina Carbone / July 10, 2009

Crave: “The Secret Life Of Bees” DVD

"The Secret Life of Bees" is one of those movies that will make you cry, laugh and appreciate your friends. Set during the Civil Rights Era, the story focuses on Lily Owens (Dakota Fanning) whose journey to learn about her dead mother takes her to the home of the Boatwright sisters in South Carolina. Lily…
By: Annika Harris / January 27, 2009

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of September 16th 2008

MUSIC Raphael Saadiq The Way I See It This soul brother's tracks will make you swear his retro-record was recorded back in the day. The latest from a former member of 80’s R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné!, Saadiq's put-you-in-the-mood grooves makes this one of the sexiest solo albums of the year.
By: Simcha / September 17, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of September 9th 2008

MUSIC Jessica Simpson Do You Know Simpson’s new country record, Do You Know, begs the questions, do you care? The change in sound from pop to her Texas roots is supposed to be a fresh new image for this bottle blonde, but she still sounds ready made.
By: Simcha / September 9, 2008

Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of July 2nd 2008

MUSIC Vanessa Hudgens Identified “Basically what we’re going to do is dance,” Vanessa Hudgens promises in the song Sneakernight. And she delivers on her first solo album Identified. Just like her claim to fame, High School Musical, you’ll definitely dance to this alone in your room and hide the case from your boyfriend.
By: Simcha / July 2, 2008

My So-Called Life: We Still Love The Way Jordan Catalano Leans

One of the greatest gifts I got this holiday was the My So-Called Life complete box set. In case you weren't part of the show's demographic during its unjustly short lifespan (one amazing, wonderful season), here's a synopsis: the show follows 15-year old Angela Chase as she tries to make it through life at her…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 26, 2007