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DVD Tuesday: Cops, Kids, Heroin and Lesbians!

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Reno 911!: Miami may have only been a marginal hit (and a critical dud), but I had a great time with it (being drunk at the time). It really took the freedom of an R rating to liberate the show from its PG-13 Comedy Central roots. For those of you who missed it at the theater, be sure to pick up the "unrated" edition for even more hot, naked action. Speaking of hot, naked action, Bridge to Terabithia doesn't have any. It is, however, a movie that should please kids and adults alike. After all, it pleased me and I'm a very child-like adult.

The Panic in Needle Park is long overdue to the DVD shelves. I mean, this is the movie that introduced Al Pacino to the world and probably got him the role in The Godfather! What took 36 years?! On a more superficial note, Gray Matters has a moderately intense love scene between Heather Graham and Bridget Moynahan that might be worth 96 minutes of your time (or at least 3 minutes of your time if you're fast-forwarding). Prison of the Psychotic Damned wins this week's award for best title. Essential Yoga for Inflexible People wins for worst.

Reno 911! - Miami (Unrated Edition)
Miss Potter
Bridge to Terabithia
Gray Matters
Picket Fences - Season 1
The Powerpuff Girls - The Complete First Season
The Abandoned
Lovejoy - The Complete Season 1
If...(Criterion Collection)
The Panic in Needle Park
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
Lucille Ball Film Collection
Sweet Movie (Criterion Collection)