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DVD Tuesday: Norbit impresario delivers magical Hogs

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I can understand your John Travolta or your Tim Allen going for the good paycheck and doing a Wild Hogs, but Bill Macy? The universe is a little less bright today and many fairies are dead. Inland Empire is three hours long, shot on video and makes Lost Highway seem overly coherent. If you're a Lynch fan, that's probably music to your ears. Ryan Gosling's hype took a big hit with his ordinary turn in Fracture (opposite an equally ordinary Tony Hopkins). The Lookout is one of these tense, pulse-pounding, tightly-plotted thrillers that no one wants to see in theaters anymore. 42nd Street Pete promises hot tit action. I imagine he probably delivers.

Wild Hogs
David Lynch's Inland Empire
The Lookout
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters for DVD
Charlie Chan Collection, Vol. 3
Kiss: Kissology Volume II 1978-1991
The Fugitive - Season One, Vol. 1
Dynasty - The Second Season
Les Paul - Chasing Sound
Taxi Driver - (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
The First Films of Samuel Fuller - Eclipse Series 5
Doug Stanhope - No Refunds
Murderous Intent
Masters of Horror - We All Scream for Ice Cream
Marco Polo
42nd Street Pete's Busty Stag Collection

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