RT on DVD: WALL-E And An Exclusive Tropic Thunder Deleted Scene!

Watch Jack Black in an alternate scene from Tropic Thunder!

7. David Lynch - The Lime Green set

Filmmaker David Lynch is one of Hollywood's best-loved eccentrics -- which you might already know if you subscribe to his official site, drink his personal brand of coffee, or listen to his daily weather reports. This week, celebrate Lynch with his self-distributed Lime Green set -- a must-have for Lynch super fans -- which contains his films Eraserhead (along with its soundtrack), Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, The Elephant Man, The Short Films of David Lynch, the animated series Dumbland which aired on his website, and Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted, a 1990 short avante-garde musical that featured a pre-Wild at Heart Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern, with music by Twin Peaks composer Angelo Badalamenti. Oh, and there's an additional "mystery disc" full of exclusive material to pique your curiosity.

Next: Southland Tales on Blu-ray

Comments

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

I'll pick up Tropic Thunder and Wall-e up tomorrow on Blu ray!

Nov 17 - 06:20 PM

collex

Alex D.B.

Tropic Thunder wil be my brother's Christmas gift (with Con Air).

I will probably get Wall-E.

All on DVD, unfortunately. As a university student who only recently left home, I don't have enough money to switch on Blu-Ray yet. (Not to mention that I would have to buy a Hd-Tv to go with it.)

Nov 17 - 06:29 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

LOL Con Air. Im getting my brother Pearl Harbor as a joke, because he and I watched that the other week and it is still really funny.

Nov 17 - 07:16 PM

reavus4983

Mike Saxton

Wall-E was probably the second best movie all year behind The Dark Knight. It was incredible. I'll definitely get it sooner or later. Tropic Thunder was great too, so I'll be getting that.

Nov 17 - 06:58 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

LOL Con Air. Im getting my brother Pearl Harbor as a joke, because he and I watched that the other week and it is still really funny.

Nov 17 - 07:16 PM

-apocolyptic-

chris armit



Doctor Who for christmas.......excellent.
Sad about Tennant. Probably became my favourite with Tom Baker right behind.Probably rent Tropic Thunder, mostly for Downeys performance, but I could end up liking it as whole.
So it'd be a neat surprise. Not a big fan of Stiller or Black.

Nov 17 - 07:36 PM

Some guy you dont know

Bruce Campbell

I'm off to get that Koala and that Lynch thing.

Nov 17 - 07:55 PM

jokerboy1991

jack giroux

Hey Jen I look forward to hearing you on the /film podcast, and something tells me you are just going on there because there reviewing TWILIGHT lol, give me a shout out please!

Nov 17 - 08:51 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Con Air for your brother? That's cruel. Just kidding. Pearl Harbor really does suck, and is worth a few good laughs. But I'm here to talk about this weeks movies.

"Tropic Thunder" is a film I've yet to see. My Mom is kinda squeamish on the hard R films like this, but I don't mind heavy language, violence, etc. I'd see this, when I'm old enough. (Damn you MPAA!) Why? Because I'm a huge Frat Pack fan (Zoolander/ Meet the Parents/ Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy/ etc.) and this is their highest rated film on the tomameter. So it should be good. I'm surprised the blackface didn't recieve more controversy, and glad for that matter. "What do you mean you people?" "What do YOU mean you people?" "Huh?" I'll see it, in a few years.

Nov 17 - 08:51 PM

inactive user

Jared King

reavus is right, "WALL-E" is the second best film of year behind "The Dark Knight", and I'm glad I saw it in theaters. (I'll do my favorite films on January 1st.) I plan buying "WALL-E" eventually, and I can't help to notice how "The Incredibles" (overated, and I know I' gonna get critized for that) ishigher rated than "WALL-E". A true crime, agree.

Nov 17 - 08:57 PM

inactive user

Jared King

I've got nothing to say about "Sisterhood 2" except that I'm not the targeted audience. So I won't see it, that's that.

Nov 17 - 08:58 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Huh? "300" on DVD again? I haven't seen it, but I plan to. Even if it is "mindless".

Nov 17 - 09:00 PM

thePedestrian

Jake Ellanson

Is WALL-E worth picking up, if I thought movies such as Shrek,Ice Age, Monsters, Inc., etc. were just okay?

Nov 17 - 09:01 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Never heard of "Mister Lonely", sounds okay, and if I can play it on Netflix maybe, but otherwise not.

Nov 17 - 09:01 PM

inactive user

Jared King

"Doctor Who" has been only running forever. Thanks Jen for the translation. I embarrisally admit I know about "Doctor Who" but have never seen a single episode. And I don't plan on starting, sorry.

Nov 17 - 09:05 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Ah, Lynch, what a strange man. I've seen and loved "The Elpephant Man", and the rest of his films sound to bleak to me. Still, a good, and odd, film maker.

Nov 17 - 09:07 PM

inactive user

Jared King

"Southland Tales"? Is it porn? It has Timberlake "singing" so it's torture porn. I'm skiping it.

Nov 17 - 09:08 PM

inactive user

Jared King

I think everything about the movies in the Best Picture set has been said. I'll just say that "Gandhi" is my favorite, and worth a buy. Maybe not all of them though.

Nov 17 - 09:10 PM

mssk8erboy

First Last

Definitely Picking up Tropic Thunder this week, but unfortunately i will have to wait for Wall-E, i promise though eventually i'll get it. Southland Tales on Blu-Ray would be awesome but unfortunately i don't have a player lol. I kind of want 300 but i never watch the 2-disc version i have so, i probably won't get it. Finally, Executive Koala looks amazing, i don't have a clue what it is but i kind of want to see it lol.

-MIKE

Nov 17 - 09:14 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Lastly, "Executive Koala". What...the...hell? It sounds either absoultely eerie and bizarre, or hilarious. I'd see it, much to my own surprise.

Thanks Jen.

Nov 17 - 09:15 PM

mssk8erboy

First Last

Southland Tales, is crazy Ledaw, it's by Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko) it's interesting but hard to follow i thought, the blu-ray would be worth it just to be able to read the graphic novels, because i'm thinking they will shed more light on everything. Don't knock the JT scene yet though, it's actually pretty awesome.

-MIKE

Nov 17 - 09:16 PM

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