Musings From Us Entries For DVD, Videos & Movies

The following are the various articles that have been filed and posted under the category of DVD, Videos & Movies that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Logan’s Run: The only thing you can’t have in Logan’s world is your 30th birthday. Unless you run away. (1976)

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Logans-Run-1976-VHS-CoverThe trend in movies about dystopia seems to come and go, and 70s sci-fi was full of them. From A Clockwork Orange in 1968 and on into the 80s with 1984 in 1984, it was a unique perspective to see into a world that might be far more idyllic, yet full of chaos at the same time. Even now, we are still seeing this with newer films like Divergent and The Hunger Games franchise.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier – In heroes we trust

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Captain-America-Winter-Soldier-Blu-Ray-Fron-CoverThis film is not only action packed but filled with drama and character building that we have come to expect from the Marvel franchise. The story draws you in and doesn’t let go, not even at the end. You see more than just the shield toting Captain America, we get to see Steve Rogers as a human being having to deal with the same things that veterans have to each and every day. True he does have some gifts that let him cope but he is dealing with them on a day to day basis as each vet must.

Spaceballs : May the schwartz be with you. (1987)

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Spaceballs-1987-Blu-ray-Front-Cover“Once upon a time warp in deep space, the struggle between the nice & the rotten goes on…” starts the rolling introduction to this pop culture spoof on mainstream sci-fi movies, from Star Wars to Planet of the Apes and even Heavy Metal, no one is safe! Featuring a galaxy of stars and veterans from many of the movies in the Mel Brooks franchise, this never movie never ceases to keep up from laughing from beginning to end. Mel Brooks stars as the bumbling President Skroob of planet Spaceballs, as well as the wise alien sage, Yogurt. Skroob and his incompetent henchmen, Colonel Sandurz (George Wyner) and Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis). The people of Spaceballs have polluted their air so heavily that they intend to invade the beautiful, peaceful planet of Druidia to steal their fresh air. The thing is, Druidia has its atmosphere locked down, so the Spaceballs are going to have to do something seriously treacherous to get them to open the sky shield.

South Park: Bigger,Longer & Uncut (1999)

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south parkSouth Park: Bigger,Longer & Uncut (1999) is funny and stupid film. This movie is about Stan, Kenny, Kyle and Cartman as they head to the local movie theater to see the new film, Terrance and Phillip, but when they get there, they are refused to see the film because it was rated R by the MPAA, so they pay a homeless man to accompany them. The boys learn obscene phrases from the movie which makes the other kids in town want to see the movie. The kids were cursing in class, so they are sent to see Counselor Mackey who informs their mothers.

Noah (2014) The End Of The World Is Just The Beginning

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Noah-2014-Movie-PosterWe all know the story of Noah, at least any and all that have even heard about the bible. Even those that have not know many of the great flood stories that are all around the world. They all have a very common theme of a man, his wife and a few children saving the world from massive flood waters. How do they save the world? They save it by building an ark for themselves and all the animals that they can find so that something will remain. This version of Noah is no different except it has biblical threads woven in and around it. That is what makes it so controversial, it is based on the biblical story.