I have added the following three movies to my DVD collection:
As usual these days, I’ve scanned in at least the DVD cover and included a trailer. These along with Star Trek (2009) were all Christmas presents. Thanks to everyone that gave me these.
Oh yeah, Happy New Year!! Here’s hoping 2010 is a great one!
I’ve added Star Trek to my DVD Collection!
This movie was AWESOME! They did a fantastic job re-introducing the Star Trek franchise with this film and handled the concerns I had going into it. By creating a new timeline (parallel universe) with Spock and the Romulan’s interactions, they are freed from having to match what the first crew did and experienced. It will also help explain why the technology of this particular crew will be so much more advanced than the original due to the input and advances introduced by the original Spock This, in turn, lets them get away with using better special effects than what the original series and movies had at their disposal.
What’s even better than all the effects is the character interaction, story, and acting (something which Star Wars I suffered from). Zachary Quinto as the new Spock was perfect. It’s amazing how much he looks like the original. It was good to see Leonard Nimoy playing Spock again as well. I’m not one to go on and on about movies, so I’ll just say this one more time: It was AWESOME!
I’ve included the outer cover image that the case slides into as well as the front and back images of the case itself. 3 Trailers and 1 TV spot are also included in a combination video that I found on YouTube.
Wow! It’s been a while since I’ve said anything on my blog.
I have added X-Men Origins: Wolverine to my DVD Collection. As usual I have scanned in a copy of the front cover and provided a movie trailer. It’s a great movie and I highly recommend watching it if you haven’t! The Roots of Wolverine: A Conversation with Stan Lee and Len Wein featurette was interesting and informative.
First, I want to wish everyone a Happy (and safe) Fourth of July!
Second, I somehow managed not to own a copy of Independence Day. Well, that situation has now been rectified! I bought the last copy they had at Blockbuster Video and is now part of my DVD Collection! As usual, I’ve included an image of the DVD front cover and a decent quality movie trailer.
A long time coming; however, I’ve added Wall-E to my DVD Collection! Well, actually, my mom got it for me as a birthday present. Thanks mom! Really a great movie. I highly recommend watching it if you haven’t. As always, I’ve scanned in the cover, provided a trailer, and included links to IMDb and DVD-Empire.