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Blu-Ray Review: ‘Stardust’ Sparkles with Exuberance, Imagination

Stardust Blu-Ray

CHICAGO – Matthew Vaughn is a filmmaker unafraid of taking risks. His films are often messy and uneven, but they have more energy, exuberance and conviction than the vast majority of Hollywood blockbusters. Though he’s never quite topped his directorial debut, “Layer Cake,” his 2007 sophomore effort “Stardust” has nearly all the trappings of a future cult classic, with the key exception of a large fan base.

Blu-Ray Review: Spectacular Release For Matthew Vaughn’s ‘Kick-Ass’

CHICAGO – Matthew Vaughn’s “Kick-Ass” didn’t take off in theaters like it deserved to do but a simply spectacular Blu-ray release from Lionsgate is sure to please both fans of this excellent slice of post-modern entertainment and help it find the wider audience that I’m sure it will on the home market.

Matthew Vaughn Set to Direct ‘X-Men: First Class’ With June 2011 Release

CHICAGO – In an ironic twist of movie fate, “Kick-Ass” director Matthew Vaughn, the man once assigned the role of directing “X-Men: The Last Stand” will direct the next installment in the mega-franchise, “X-Men: First Class,” to be released on June 3rd, 2011.

Wildly Entertaining ‘Kick-Ass’ Lives Up to Its Title

CHICAGO – With a half dozen superhero movies every year that feel as if they were created by a Hollywood blockbuster machine, it’s so refreshing to see one with its own distinct, subversive personality like Matthew Vaughn’s “Kick-Ass”.

Interview: Rising Star Aaron Johnson of ‘Kick-Ass’

CHICAGO – April 2010 is the month of Aaron Johnson. After a small role in “The Greatest” should have earned him a bit of exposure, this week’s “Kick-Ass” is about to make him a star.

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