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DVD Tuesday: Bullock sinks, Miller rises

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Remember when Sandra Bullock set aside her flourishing, if somewhat formulaic, Hollywood career to make compelling independent films that actually had something original to say? Yeah, me neither. Premonition continues a long slide that I predict will ultimately end in a USA series about a quirky female detective--Bullock to star, produce AND direct a few eps. Factory Girl also drops today. After seeing Sienna Miller in Interview and reading this, I'm renting it. Other than that it's torture porn, classic Hanna Barbera, plenty of TV Fu and an appearance by legendary cocksman John Holmes in a non-XXX flick. For what that's worth.

Factory Girl
The Hills Have Eyes 2
Space Ghost and Dino Boy: The Complete Series
Ace in the Hole - Criterion Collection
Gunsmoke - The First Season
The Incredible Hulk - The Complete Second Season
Foyle's War - Set 4
Birdman and the Galaxy Trio - The Complete Series
Islam - What the West Needs to Know
Nirvana - In Performance
Grindhouse Trash Collection
Surf School (Unrated)
Fetish Films, Vol. 2
This Ain't Your Mom's Hardcore, Vol. 2
Kon Ichikawa's 47 Ronin
Avenue Montaigne

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