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DVD Tuesday: Like pigs at the trough!

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Two of the four big summer three-quels hit DVD shelves today. Neither is worth your money. Better to spend it on La Vie en Rose, featuring one of the best performances in years by the amazing Marion Cotillard. Better yet, make it a French double-feature and pick up Paris Je T'Aime, too. If you haven't yet, invest a weekend watching Berlin Alexanderplatz. And, yes, it will take the whole weekend. Christmas and South Park go together like champagne and doggy-style. It's been twenty years since The Princess Bride premiered. Damn, I feel old.

Shrek the Third
Ocean's Thirteen
La Vie en Rose
Paris, Je T'Aime
Amazing Grace
Berlin Alexanderplatz - Criterion Collection
This is England
The Cup
The McCartney Years
Christmas Time in South Park
Innocence
The Princess Bride (20th Anniversary Edition)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (30th Anniversary Ultimate Edition)
Gilmore Girls - The Complete Series Collection
Miami Vice - The Complete Series
The Young Ones - Extra Stoopid Edition
Pilates for Indie Rockers
Mountain of the Cannibal God
A Chinese Torture Chamber Story
The Revenge of the Teenage Vixens from Outer Space

Photo courtesy of DreamWorks Animation