I watched Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials last night. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me the Blu-ray for review on my movie blog. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is actually the second film in the series. I loved The Scorch Trials and thought it was better than the first Maze Runner movie. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is available now on Blu-ray and DVD. Continue reading to learn six things about the movie.
I watched the new Fantastic Four movie over the weekend. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me the Blu-ray for review on my movie blog. The new FF film is a reboot of the 2005 Fantastic Four movie. Personally, I liked the original series better. I think it’s because the first film featured Chris Evans and Jessica Alba (in my dreams, she’s my girlfriend). Even though I thought the first FF movie was better, I think the reboot is still worth watching if you’re a fan of the superhero genre. Fantastic Four is available now on Digital HD, and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on December 15th — just in time for the holidays. Continue reading to learn five things about the movie.
I watched Paper Towns over the weekend. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me the Blu-ray for review on my movies blog. The film is based on the Paper Towns novel by John Green. The story is about a boy who follows a series of clues to find the love of his life. I enjoyed the movie and really liked it. I love the two main characters in the story, but wish they were together in more of the scenes. In case you are wondering, the term paper towns refers to fake cities map makers place in their maps to discourage people from using their maps to make other maps. Paper Towns is available now on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD. BTW, for a limited time, you get the Paper Towns fan pack Blu-ray with collectible packaging that includes sticky notes of inspirational quotes from the film and a U.S. map. Continue reading to learn five things about Paper Towns.