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"Every Day" - {Blu-ray}
Reviewer:
Wayne Klein
Studio: Image
Genre:
Comedy
Release Date:
3/8/11
Special Features:

Cast interviews, trailers, deleted scenes Rating: R

Review:

If you think you're job is bad try working as a writer on a TV show. Liev Schreiber stars as Ned a writer who is in the middle of a midlife crisis of sorts; His demanding boss wants him to put more sex, violence and controversey into the "Mercy Medical" the TV show he writes for and it seems as if Ned's wife (Helen Hunt) has lost all interest in HIM and Ned, in turn, has become infatuated with another writer (Carla Gugino). ***

Written and directed by TV creator/writer/producer/director Richard Levine, "Every Day" is an amusing bit of confection and works primarily due to the performance of Screiber who continues to do incredible work even in less than incredible films. ---

Image & Sound: "Every Day" looks quite nice in its Blu-ray presentation

Special Features:

We get cast interviews, trailer and deleted scenes

Final Words:

"Every Day" is a diverting film and since you probably can't rent the bigger studio movies any longer because of the idiotic decision that Netflix and those useless DVD rental boxes on the corner have elected to take bribe money to delay purchasing new titles and making them available to consumers 28 days AFTER they are released (designed to force those of you who are working hard for your money, making less money or unemployed to BUY something you can't afford right now--put it down to the politics of our day where the rich get richer and don't pay their fair way in terms of taxes and the middle class continues to be squeezed as more jobs are shipped overseas to save money for multinational companies who are often laying employees off to make way for reducing salaries then rehiring people at LOWER wages). It's a sad world we live in where we have to depend on comedies like this one to distract us from the real problems facing our nation.

 

 
 
 
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