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Review: “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Tough Love” – A Madea Film For The Chirren

by Christopher Glennonon January 28, 2015
Tyler Perry is so well known that the mere mention of his name conjures up thoughts of a 6’5 man dressed as an elderly woman.  He rose to prominence through plays about relationships, faith, and the human struggle. Naturally, Hollywood got a hold of them and made a film franchise that quickly downplayed the human […]

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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers To Suit Up Again

by Alex Beanon August 14, 2014
The high school superheroes called the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers were popular enough in the 1990s to have a feature film made of their television series [called, appropriately enough – “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie”]. But the 1995 movie was not as popular as the show – making only $66 million worldwide – […]
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Lionsgate Attempts To Revive Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

by Alex Beanon May 7, 2014
The world has been without the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for 15 years and that is about to change as Lionsgate Studios has announced that they intend to begin a new film franchise focused on the popular characters. The new film has modern-day high school kids embarking on a mission to save the world. The […]

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Review: “Noah’s Ark” Floats, “Birds of Paradise” Sinks

by Ed Liuon April 25, 2014
The phenomenon of direct-to-video films with a suspicious resemblance to other popular movies in theaters isn’t new, and the results are not known for high quality. Shout! Factory’s Noah’s Ark and Lionsgate’s Birds of Paradise are both foreign imports, released direct-to-DVD at or close to big, similar theatrical releases, but only one of them manages […]

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Review: “The Little Penguin: Pororo’s Racing Adventure” – On Cruise Control

by Ed Liuon February 21, 2014
The CGI character Pororo the Little Penguin is a smash hit in South Korea, where his animated series has been running since 2003 (though that length is a bit padded by the multi-year gaps between seasons and movies). While Pororo has been successfully exported to multiple foreign countries, Lionsgate is giving the little penguin and […]

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Review: Old Glory Reigns in the “Robotech 2-Movie Collection”

by Todd DuBoison July 26, 2013
“The Robotech saga continues” So goes the official marketing line for the new Robotech 2-movie collection from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The ostensibly fresh addition in this collection is the feature Robotech: Love Live Alive, heretofore a conception of the late Carl Macek as a way to expand upon Robotech beyond the end of the original […]