RT on DVD & Blu-Ray: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I

Summary

Last week was especially robust with new releases, so it's not surprising that only a few new items of note are hitting shelves this week. Among the rereleases are the George Cukor classic A Star Is Born, the 1967 James Bond parody Casino Royale, the 1963 ensemble screwball comedy It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, and the romance Love Story. The new releases include the latest installment of a certain vampire love saga, the third film starring a lovable stoner duo, and Roland Emmerich's pseud-historical period thriller. Then, we've got the highest rated documentary of 2011, another Disney classic in hi-def, and a couple of films from a French New Wave auteur. Click through for the full list! Back to Article

Comments

Cinema-Maniac

Caesar Mendez

Nothing here for me this week. I think i'll just rent Project Nim.

Feb 7 - 04:50 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

In my opinion, the doc and foreign catagories are the absolute worst selections of all the nominations this year.

Feb 7 - 05:00 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

It was just shallow and glib - two things Shakespeare never was.

Feb 7 - 05:03 PM

vashfanatic

Martha Boatright

"While scholars are never able to prove with any solid evidence precisely who this other man was, many believe the most likely candidate was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford."

Uh, "many" is a MASSIVE exaggeration. The consensus among reputable Shakespearean scholars is that, you know, SHAKESPEARE wrote the plays, since he's one of the most well-documented commoners of his time, and nobody questioned it until the 1800s. All doubts of his authorship can be summarized as "nobody who didn't go to college could write well!" And hey, everyone they pick is a noble! And yet Americans buy this blatant snobbish classism...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakespeare_authorship_question#Case_for_Shakespeare.27s_authorship
Follow the source links if you don't trust Wikipedia itself.
And for a more amusing take:
http://blip.tv/brows-held-high/vlog-anonymous-5708397

Feb 7 - 05:32 PM

RT-Ryan

RT-Ryan .

Sorry if that was unclear. I meant to imply that "many among those who buy into these theories" believe it, not that "many reputable Shakespearean scholars" do.

Feb 9 - 05:07 PM

BLBnow

Brad Barfoot

Harold and Kumar was pretty funny. Looks like nothing else.

Feb 7 - 06:49 PM

Sean D.

Sean D

The Sunset Limited is out as well this week. I haven't seen it, but I do love me some Cormac McCarthy.

Feb 7 - 06:51 PM

ap sirius

karl anderson

I rented it it so I could put myself to sleep....got tired of counting sheep

Feb 7 - 07:34 PM

Justice Belinda

Justice Belinda

I surprised to see this video. :) LazyCash14.com

Feb 13 - 09:22 PM

Linda B.

Linda Burke

Lady and the Tramp for me

Feb 7 - 10:02 PM

Brad H.

Brad Hadfield

You're just the best. Someone real and not trolling that loves Adam Sandler movies, Twilight and every other POS Hollywood throws at us.

How old are you again? Seriously. I'm wondering if that's a factor.

Feb 8 - 12:05 PM

Sean D.

Sean D

Nah dude. I smell troll.
...
Or you could be right. They could be 12 or something.

Feb 8 - 12:33 PM

David Tanny

David Tanny

This is HER comment. Meathead.

Feb 8 - 08:02 PM

Sean D.

Sean D

Nah dude. I smell troll.
...
Or you could be right. They could be 12 or something.

Feb 8 - 12:33 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

My girl and I watched the first two for the laughs (and I'll admit I was curious to see how bad it really was, it was really bad).

Feb 8 - 01:24 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Just awaiting the Wrath of Kadeem. So many meatheads, so little shove...

Feb 8 - 02:31 PM

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