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DVD Tuesday: She Wuz Robbed!!

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Now that all the publicity and hype have passed, isn't it obvious that there is no way in hell Sandra Bullock should have won an Oscar instead of the divine Carey Mulligan in An Education? I had serious doubts about Sherlock Holmes when it was originally announced, but I found it to be much better than I expected. Sure, it was your typical, bloated, over-done studio film, but it was actually a pretty good one. Baader Meinhof Complex was the best foreign movie you didn't see last year. If you couldn't get onto the incredibly exclusive guest list at UCB, at least now you can see the star-studded A Night of 140 Tweets on DVD. Cheers to Paul Scheer for organizing this charity bonanza. Spankers and Horat released in the same week? Amazing!

An Education
Sherlock Holmes
Baader Meinhof Complex
A Night of 140 Tweets: A Celebrity Tweetathon for Haiti
Afghan Star
I Sell the Dead
The Story of Math
Yes Men Fix the World
Henri Cartier-Bresson (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
Weapons of Self Destruction
Alice in Wonderland (2-Disc Special Un-Anniversary Edition)
Shitty Chipmunk Movie
Marisa Tomei: Core & Curves
Spankers
Horat