It’s another excellent week for home video with two Oscar nominees making their way to the small screen.
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This week’s home video releases range from a high-octane action film starring Dwayne Johnson to a modern-day prequel to the “Wizard of Oz.”
There’s not much originality on the home video front this week, as the most noteworthy releases are a sequel, a remake and a reboot.
This week’s major home video releases span several genres and include everything from a campy musical starring Cher and Christina Aguilera to an Oscar-nominated drama starring James Franco.
This week’s home video releases range from a star-studded action film to a drama about a woman in search of enlightenment.
Let’s clear the air both literally and figuratively. It’s not funny to watch people get stoned.
Sure, there’s the momentary snigger that comes when folks make idiots of themselves, but it’s difficult to extend that sort of humor beyond 15 minutes. That’s why the Harold & Kumar flicks were dreadful. It’s why “Dude, Where’s My Car?” was unwatchable. And it’s why “Pineapple Express” is a waste of two hours and $10.
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