Tag Archives: UltraViolet

Watch Walking with Dinosaurs Now in Digital HD with M-Go

M-Go digital HD movie streaming

It looks like there is another player for digital HD streaming: M-Go. To be honest, I did not know anything about them until I received a promo code to review Walking with Dinosaurs on M-Go. BTW, the movie won’t be able available on Blu-ray or DVD until next Tuesday, but you can watch it now in digital HD via M-Go. With a streaming service like M-Go, not only can you watch Walking with Dinosaurs before it arrives in stores, but you can also watch the movie on the go with the kids.

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Blu-ray Movie Review: A Good Day to Die Hard – Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia

A Good Day to Die Hard (Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment)

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me the new Die Hard Blu-ray for review on my movie blog. A Good Day to Die Hard is the fifth installment of the series about a cop (Bruce Willis) that has a tendency to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. This time around, he shows up in Russia and messes up his son’s escape plan. A Good Day to Die Hard is a fast-paced movie with a lot of action. It’s not as good as the first Die Hard movie, but it’s worth watching if you’re a Die Hard fan. A Good Day to Die Hard is available now. Just in time for Father’s Day.

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Review: UltraViolet DVDs – it's movie streaming from the clouds

UltraViolet movies from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Have you heard of UltraViolet? It’s a digital service that allows dads, moms, and kids to upload, store and watch their favorite movies whenever and wherever they want. I tried out the service recently with three of Sony Pictures’ UltraViolet movies: Men in Black (I and II), Moneyball, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The movies were great on my Blu-ray player, but I also loved watching the UltraViolet movies on my iPod touch and Nook Color. The playback was very smooth. Best of all, I didn’t have to use software to convert my movies into a format that can be played on my mobile devices. The cloud service took care of that for me, and the process was easy and very quick.

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