I haven't seen Thor or Captain America yet either. I'm super qualified to be writing this weekly guide.
That’s right folks, I’m one of the few sad assh*les who haven’t seen The Avengers yet. Why? Because I haven’t seen Thor or Captain America, and I hear they kind of play into things, plot-wise. So why haven’t I seen those? Because my wife wants to see them too, but she never wants to see them, if you know what I mean. On the plus side, we just watched What To Expect When You’re Expecting, so at least I can stop worrying about that film getting ruined for me. Enough about me though, on to this week’s DVDs. The big news is obviously the release of The Avengers, but I feel it’s worth noting that there’s also a big, 50th Anniversary edition box set of all 22 canonical James Bond films (sorry Never Say Never Again). The blu-ray edition is currently the only way to get nine of the flicks on blu-ray, screwing over the people who own the other 13 007 flicks on blu and don’t want to buy them all over again, which is to say nothing of Skyfall, which will surely be included in an all-new box set in a few years when the 24th Bond film is released, but I digress. As for other, actually new DVDs, this week we’ve got Batman in addition to the Avengers, there’s a few damsels in distress, a couple of Klowns, James Franco, Samuel L. Jackson -in another movie besides The Avengers, Jessica Biel, John Malkovich, both Hilary and Haylie Duff, and John Goodman. We’ve got a badass president, and not one but two Dove Foundation approved flicks with talking dogs -oh, and one of them is Vampire Dog!
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1
Damsels In Distress
Klown (Also available for streaming)
The Tall Man
Soldiers Of Fortune
She Wants Me
388 Arletta Avenue
The Holy Roller
FDR: American Badass
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