I already am familiar with the show - I wouldn't have ordered it if I didn't like it! As for the product itself, it comes nicely packaged with a total of ten discs and the ultraviolet copy available through Flixster. I can't watch the \"high definition\" version on Flixster, but considering the packaging says it only provides the SD version in UV, this isn't a surprise. At the time I bought it, it was cheaper to get Blu-Ray and DVD and UV at Wal-Mart than just Blu-Ray alone on other online sites - can't beat that! I'm happy with the whole deal.
When I originally bought the Person of Interest box set I paid about $30.00 and it was worth every penny. Since then I have re-watched this series more than any other and I plan to keep on doing so. For my fellow tv watchers who like a good action drama this is the show to watch, please do not miss watching this show, this is what tv was made for; excellent drama. Four of the best actors on tv are starring in PoI Michael Emerson of \"Lost\", Jim Caviezel of \"The Passion of the CHRIST\", Taraji P. Henson of \"Think Like a Man\" and Kevin Chapman. I can't wait for season 2 to be released so I can buy that and watch it whenever I want to. So since Person of Interest season 1 is on sale for $14.96 please do buy a copy you would't be disappointed! Who knows I might buy an extra copy for insurance in case of disk scratch.
This is an awesome deal! Not only do you get season 1 on blue ray, season 1 on DVD, and season 1 for your ultraviolet account, but you get $5 vudu credit! All that for under $20! If you love this series, buy this package. The blue rays are loaded with special features. And it all comes in a neat little blue ray case.
I love Tyler Perry's \"Madea\". I have his play \"I can do bad all by myself\" but this peticular one was advertised to be his very first play & since it showed Madea in a black wig & looking somewhat younger I decided to purchase it to watch and keep in my collection. However, although this is the one that I ordered it WAS NOT the one I received. The one I received is the one I have already. I plan on returning it and to hopefully have WalMart send me the one that I orginally ordered.
The screenplay never takes any particularly sharp, or even interesting turns. Needless to say, North By Northwest is not in risk of losing its crown as the funniest and most-action packed mistaken-identity caper.
Remove "curious" from the title and replace it with "twee and pointless", and you're close to it. What a incredible shaggy-puppy of a movie, a cobweb-construction patched together with CGI, prosthetics, gibberish and warm tears.
Well first off it's just a great movie! Everything from the cinematography, special effects, the acting, and even the soundtrack was awesome! My cousin was fortunate enough to have worked as an extra in this movie which was shot on location in New Orleans. He was in the scene at the bar when Brad Pitt met his father! Pretty cool if you ask me and he got to meet Brad and shake his hand....he said that Brad was pretty cool and of course my cousin's fiance' said he could never wash his hand again...anyway this movie is at least a must see and for me a must buy and blu-ray is the way to go!!!!
Larry Crowne, Hanks' second effort behind the camera, makes It's a Wonderful Life look like Enter the Void. It's a cute movie that never meant to hurt no one, and that's the best thing I can say about it.
To pluck romantic comedy from the jaws of a social crisis is a laudable project, worthy of Preston Sturges, and it's a pity that this featherlight drama-written by Tom Hanks and Nia Vardalos, and directed by Hanks himself-should falter in its task.
I purchased this movie that went well without any trouble . It is very interesting to me so deeply. I can't image how this mother feels about his son because her son's father took him to another country without letting her know about their plans. but I advice All of single mother should go with their children where thier father plan to take to no matter what their fathers go somewhere.
The Family that Preys shows grand advances in the filmmaking education of playwright-turned-filmmaker Tyler Perry. It's also his soapiest film yet, an overwrought melodrama of sibling rivalry, infidelity, family business power plays and terminal illness.