Thursday, January 26, 2012

Carroll Bryant's DVD Reviews #2

This week, I have a couple of awesome movies to bring to your attention. Let's get right to it, shall we?


Released in 2007, this movie may have flown under your radar. Many may have side stepped it because of the erotic nature of the film. Trust me, there is a story behind this film and it is a wonderful story too. With stars like Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci, how can you go wrong? Personally, I like a little sexy in my stories. Especially if that sexy is Christina Ricci. (Hollywood crush)

This is a tale of love, loss and faith. Two people seeking redemption Down South through the power of the blues and the transcendence of an unlikely friendship. To save his soul, he must save hers. A very powerful performance by all involved, and let's be honest here, who doesn't want to see Christina Ricci in her panties and chained to a radiator? ... That's what I thought. Haha Even girls want to see that. (Some nudity)

Oh, did I mention, Justin Timberlake is in this film? Not a bad job if I do say so myself. (And I do say so)

Okay, let's get to the point, I give this a perfect 10 out of 10. Go out today and buy this DVD. Don't make me track you down and slap the stupid out of you. Haha

I am also including some extra clips of Christina Ricci just to excite the crowd. Haha Enjoy!



Keira Knightly leads the way in this action packed film about a female bounty hunter. (Better to look at than Dogg The Bounty Hunter) Based on a true story. Released in 2005, this is one of my favorite films from directer, Tony Scott. It also stars Mickey Rourke and Edgar Ramirez. It was inspried by the real life story of Domino Harvey. Sadly, Domino Harvey died from an accidental over-dose of fentanyl prior to the release of this film.

If you like watching girls kick some ass, then this one is for you. Break out the popcorn. Better yet, order a pizza. I give this a solid 8 1/2 stars.

See you next week.

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