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No way he's using steroids! | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate

I liked Rocky Balboa and Rambo all right, but what I'm really looking forward to is Sylvester Stallone reuniting with Dolly Parton in Rhinestone 2: Rap Wars. This is hard to say as a Woody Allen fan, but Woody should consider giving up on the comedies and focusing strictly on his dramatic films. Cassandra's Dream continues what has been a good streak. The Walker was a trifle compared to Paul Schrader's masterful Auto Focus, but I'm glad to see Woody Harrelson working again. Here's to hoping he finds something befitting his unique talents.

Cassandra's Dream
The Thief of Bagdad - Criterion Collection
The Walker
Darfur Now
The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 2: 1937-1939
Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything
Jackass Presents Mat Hoffman's Tribute to Evel Knievel
Bomb ItDario Argento Box Set
Pokemon Movie - The Rise of Darkrai
Come Drink with Me
Visions of Hell: The Films of Jim VanBebber
Noel Coward Trilogy: The Boy Actor, Captain Coward, Sail Away
What Would Jesus Buy?
Thick Chocolate Bottom Girls, Vol. 2