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  • PREPPIE CONNECTION, THE 1

    PREPPIE CONNECTION, THE

    THE PREPPIE CONNECTION REVIEWED “The Preppie Connection” is a very loose adaptation of a real news case from 1984. Basically, a preppie white kid made friends with a South American student with drug ties. From there, they cut out the middle man and brought cocaine straight to affluent noses....
  • PUERTO RICANS IN PARIS 3

    PUERTO RICANS IN PARIS

    PUERTO RICANS IN PARIS REVIEWED “Puerto Ricans in Paris” is a rather simple comedy. Two Puerto Ricans cops in NYC get sent to Paris to hunt down a black market thief. The film plays like a mid 1980s buddy cop picture with an assortment of cameos. That being said,...
  • PERFECT DAY, A 5

    PERFECT DAY, A

    A PERFECT DAY REVIEWED “A Perfect Day” is a middlin’ drama about the Balkan conflict during the 1990s. Humanitarian workers are trying to save local water supplies, as well as lives. But, romance and bureaucracy keeps getting in the way. The film is desperate to make a point ala...
  • PEG + CAT: OUT OF THIS WORLD 7

    PEG + CAT: OUT OF THIS WORLD

    OUT OF THIS WORLD REVIEWED “Out of This World” is the latest Peg + Cat compilation. The duo heads to outer space to outwit Big Mouth and play T-Ball. Over four episodes, the duo works on pattern recognition and teamwork. It moves slow enough for the under 5 year...
  • PRINCE PHILIP: THE PLOT TO MAKE A KING 9

    PRINCE PHILIP: THE PLOT TO MAKE A KING

    PRINCE PHILIP REVIEWED “Prince Philip: The Plot To Make A King” is a fascinating hour long look at Prince Philip. I knew that Queen Elizabeth II’s uncle and lover had Nazi ties, but I wasn’t sure about Philip’s family. Seeing how closely tied his Germanic roots were to the...
  • POWER RANGERS NINJA STORM: THE COMPLETE SERIES 11

    POWER RANGERS NINJA STORM: THE COMPLETE SERIES

    NINJA STORM REVIEWED “Power Rangers Ninja Storm” brings together all 38 episodes in a complete series offering. Three and eventually five kids are given Wind Morphers by their Sensei to fight off an alien influence. They kick, swipe and punch. All the while, you wonder how much footage is...
  • PRIDE AND JOY: THE STORY OF ALLIGATOR RECORDS 13

    PRIDE AND JOY: THE STORY OF ALLIGATOR RECORDS

    PRIDE AND JOY REVIEWED “Pride and Joy” is a look at the 20th anniversary tour for Alligator Records shot in the early 90s. Elvin Bishop, Koko Taylor and many other heavyweights bring their A-Game to the big show. Robert Mugge is quickly becoming my favorite music documentarians, as...
  • PREFONTAINE 15

    PREFONTAINE

    PREFONTAINE REVIEWED “Prefontaine” is a film that I remember seeing in a theater by myself. I rarely get to see films like that, but I was on a huge Steve James kick at the time. That being said, there’s a reason why documentarians don’t handle narrative films. Jared...
  • PACKED IN A TRUNK: THE LOST ART OF EDITH LAKE WILKINSON 17

    PACKED IN A TRUNK: THE LOST ART OF EDITH LAKE WILKINSON

    PACKED IN A TRUNK REVIEWED “Packed in a Trunk” is a really odd documentary. So much of the material is based on secondhand info and it treats rumor like it’s true. Is it possible that Edith Lake Wilkinson was abused, sexually targeted and thrown away in an asylum...

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    PRETTY IN PINK: 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (Digital HD)

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    POWER RANGERS: WILD FORCE – THE COMPLETE SERIES

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    POUND PUPPIES: HOMEWARD POUND

    THE PLOT THUS FAR They might look like regular dogs, but the Pound Puppies of Shelter 17 are on a sworn mission to find great homes for all the...
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    PAPRIKA

    PAPRIKA REVIEWED “Paprika” could almost play like a comedy. A young woman wants to get married, but has no money to do it. So, she decides to go...