This week’s major home video releases include an apocalyptic drama from the director of “Animal Kingdom” and a broad comedy featuring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.
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This week’s major home video releases include an apocalyptic comedy, a thriller starring Nicolas Cage and John Cusack and an animated film about cavemen.
A thriller featuring Mark Wahlberg, and a relationship drama that received eight Oscar nominations anchor this week’s home video releases.
This week’s major home video releases include a third addition to the “Paranormal Activity” franchise, a family film about boxing robots and a terrific dramedy featuring Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
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.
Two science fiction films, one that’s family friendly and one that’s meant for adults only, anchor this week’s home video releases.
This week’s home video releases include an update of the beloved Jane Austen novel “Sense and Sensibility” and the latest cinematic take on the Green Hornet.
This week’s DVD releases cover a lot of territory. They include a family film from the director of “Spy Kids,” a holiday comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, an Adam Sandler feature helmed by writer-director Judd Apatow and a big-budget thriller starring Tom Hanks.
This week’s new DVDs cover several genres, and they are anchored by a romantic comedy featuring Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner.
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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