Welcome to DVD Tuesday Roundup for the week of April 28th 2009. Each week I’ll list the latest DVD releases that are worth buying or not. I can’t review everything I get but I’ll add quick reviews/snaps next to each title that’s being released. Each DVD title links to Amazon.com, and if buy from that link that, you’ll be helping out this website! I’m away in Dublin, Ireland right now but I had time to do this before I left, so here it goes!
Here are the DVD releases of the week:
I still haven’t seen an episode or movie of Star Trek, That’s all about the change with the JJ Abrams movie coming out in a few weeks.
Not sure which actress I find hotter, but right now leading on Anne Hathaway. Still doesn’t change the fact that I don’t really want to see this movie.
All I can say is, IT’S ABOUT FUCKING TIME! This 90’s X-Men cartoon was amazing and I watched just about every episode. The DVDs aren’t broken up in seasons but volumes. But thankfully the episodes are in order. Volume 2 ends with the 5 part episode The Phoenix Saga. Now release the rest!
See Above. Full reviews coming after I get back from Ireland.
If the DVD came with a free puppy, I still wouldn’t see this.
Haven’t really gotten into Wilco’s music, but perhaps if I see this concert movie I’ll appreciate their music? Who knows. I did like some of the songs they did with Billy Bragg.
First time didn’t like the movie that much. Then I kept watching it, over and over again. Now it’s one of my favorite movies and can’t wait to see Angels & Demons now! This is an extended cut of the film, and on Blu-Ray. Damnit, I need to get Blu-Ray already.
I abandoned this show after the first season, but every once and awhile I’ll put on an episode and laugh. I just had too many shows to watch. Maybe if I got the full seasons to review from Fox I’d be able to see the other seasons?
The Uninvited is a remake of the Korean horror flick A Tale of Two Sisters that stars Elizabeth Banks. Sounds like a porno, but sadly this is just another horror flick.
Hilarious sitcom that got funnier as the seasons went along. Well until Michael J Fox left the show.
Doesn’t get any better with cartoon movies! This is a compilation of sorts, featuring excellent and side splitting shorts from Bugs and the gang. Yosemite Sam makes a deal with the devil, and features some of my favorite Looney Tunes cartoons ever!
Hey, remember Kim Basinger?
Man, the 70s had some GREAT movie titles!