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This is the first DVD/Blu-Ray column of March. The year is already flying by!
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PICK OF THE WEEK!
True story: they modeled Steve Carell’s nose off of mine. Flew me out to L.A. to do a cast of it and created a silicone version of it. I’m so proud. Jokes aside, Foxcatcher looks pretty good. As the Blu-Ray cover says, it was nominated for 5 Academy Awards but won zero.
NOPE OF THE WEEK!
I will say this politely this week. No thanks … you piece of shit.
At first glance, this was almost the nope of the week. And then I saw this on IMDB: The main character is seen nude in bed with a man in two scenes. Although it is darkened you can see one of the main character’s breast and nipple. In another scene the main character is seen fully nude in the bathroom, but you only see her from the side. You can clearly see the side of one breast and the nipple. The main character is seen soaking in a bathtub but no nudity is shown.
College students create a fake charity to scam people out of money. My guess is they learn their lesson and donate the money to charity in the end. Because, you know, what kind of movie would have them walk away with all of the money with no lesson learned?
I’ve never seen this show. David S. Goyer writes for it. For some reason I thought it was a documentary series. But apparently it is a dramatic series about DaVinci’s early years when he’s painting and building shit. Not his later years where he’s … painting and building shit.
Donald Faison. Sold.
So tough that I only get to choose one “Nope” of the week… At least this one has this: Two women with strap on phalluses “swordfight” on a stage in a bar.
I was interested in watching this show. I’m a sucker for Katee Sackhoff. But alas, too much TV and not enough time!
Some kind of time traveling nurse. I never heard of this show until I sat down to write this column. Like seriously, never even saw a commercial for it. But supposedly it is good. So who knows! Oh yeah, people who watch it would know. Stupid question to ask, I guess.
Terrence Malick produces this film about Abe Lincoln’s childhood in Indiana and how he killed a bear with his hands and used the bear’s bones to build an unstoppable robot capable of taking over the world (Note: some of that recap may not be entirely truthful).
Some kind of thriller with Ryan Reynolds.
Al Pacino gotta eat.
I shit you not. At first I thought this said the Last of Robin Williams. I was like, “Wow, the guy they got Kevin Kline to play Robin Williams!” But instead, it’s the story about the last days of Errol Flynn. Which is pretty fucking cool.
Disney putting out another quality film and not concerned about making any money by pimping out their big name characters in crap films.
The televised version of the Transporter character. Awaiting Bop yelling at me in 3 – 2 – 1 … because I never saw any of the Transporter movies.