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DVD Tuesday: Blu-Ray Director's Cut of Best Movie Ever!
While I still prefer the original theatrical version to Milos Forman's 2002 director's cut, it is still a slam-dunk buy on Blu-Ray today. For those who haven't seen any cut of Amadeus I highly encourage you to Netflix | Redbox | Piratebay it today! And, yes, this means you, Aerish! Zombieland wasn't anything great, but damn if it wasn't a fun time. And does it feature the best cameo ever? Everything about House of the Devil screams 80s horror flick so it only makes sense that it is available on VHS. Hilary Swank typically shows peerless judgment when selecting a film role. Uh, not this time! Jennifer Aniston, on the other hand, usually picks bad parts in bad movies. And she's done it yet again! Adam is worth a look if only because you get to spend a couple hours in the presence of the magnificent Rose Byrne. Hugh Dancy was a tad affected, though, don't you think?
Amadeus (Director's Cut) [Blu-ray]
The House of the Devil (VHS/DVD Bundle)
Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (Two-Disc Widescreen Collectors Edition)
Doctor Who: The Complete Specials
New York, I Love You
More Than a Game
TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Marx Brothers
Universal Soldier: Regeneration
Sensual Massage Made Simple
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