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Blu-ray Releases For The Week Of Jan 23rd


I heard from a friend that Real Steel has a funny Tekken reference. So I want to watch it at some point. Another classic movie from the 80′s is out this week called See No Evil, Hear No Evil featuring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. I actually watched this for the first time a month ago and it was hilarious. If you haven’t seen it before it’s worth a rent at least. Anything interest you this week?

Highlights for this week: Real Steel, 50/50, Paranormal Activity 3, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Notorious, Godzilla (The Criterion Collection), Annie Hall, Manhattan, Wings, Rebecca, Spellbound, WWII in 3D.

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Blu-ray Releases For The Week Of Jan 16th


For anime fans there is a new blu-ray called Redline. Which is about a deadly racing tournament held in the future. I never heard about this movie, so I watched a trailer a few minutes ago and visually it looks pretty amazing. Might be worth a rent. Anything interest you this week?

Highlights for this week: Courageous, The Ides of March, Redline, Abduction, The Tuskegee Airmen, Dead Poets Society, Belle de Jour, Good Morning, Vietnam, Traffic (The Criterion Collection), Journey to the Center of the Earth, Gantz II: Perfect Answer, Dutch.

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Blu-ray Releases For The Week Of Jan 9th


I haven’t seen any of the movies this week. So I can’t really comment on any of them. But I saw that “The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption” is out this week and that just looks awful honestly. There is also a new Jackie Chan movie called 1911. From what I can tell from the reviews, he doesn’t play the primary role and there is very little fighting. This is more of a dramatic role for him. Anything interest you this week?

Highlights for this week: Boardwalk Empire: The Complete First Season, Moneyball, Killer Elite, What’s Your Number?, The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption, Higher Ground, 1911, Sinners And Saints, There Be Dragons, Never Been Kissed, Billy Elliot.

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Blu-ray Releases For The Week Of Dec. 19th


I actually went to the dollar movies with my wife to see Midnight in Paris over the weekend. It was a good movie, but not one that I would own personally. Futurama has returned to television again with Season 6. I liked the original series, but have yet to watch the new season. Is it any good? So, anything interest you this week?

Highlights for this week: Midnight in Paris, Warrior, Dolphin Tale, Glee: The Concert Movie, Colombiana, Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland, Futurama 6, Margin Call, Straw Dogs, Underworld Trilogy (Underworld / Underworld: Evolution / Underworld: Rise of the Lycans), Heaven’s Lost Property: Complete Series.

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