It’ll take you at least double this crummy film’s running time to get through the DVD’s genuinely cute Dukesberry interactive wonderland.
The collection of extras on this DVD should keep fans of the franchise creepily enticed for hours on end.
The hearty amount of features will keep die-hard fans occupied until two Fridays from now.
It’s sad but not surprising that the best part of this Analyze That package is the dorky mob game in the features department.
A grassroots punk rock tribute to the late punk icon, Joe Strummer, at New York City’s premier underground venue, CBGB’s. What could be more fitting?
Singer-songwriter Jeffrey Gaines is a true believer in embracing life’s opportunities at every turn.
Malin’s attempt at Dylanesque balladry falls short of the lofty goal and what remains is a less than adequate approximation.
Could it be true? After so many years of bloodshed and war, can peace between the Federation and the Romulans actually be at hand?
The film is burned by endless slow patches and, ultimately, feels painfully routine.
Wait for Eight Crazy Nights to be released as a rental and watch it without shame in the privacy of your own home.
Friday After Next makes for a not-completely-unbearable way to spend an hour and 25 minutes.