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DVD Tuesday: I Love You, Man!

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I keep trying to resist these manufactured "bromance" movies, but damn if they don't continue to work on me. While some men enjoy the guilty pleasure of crappy, godless action spectacles like Transformers and G.I. Joe, I am helpless against the machinations of Paul Rudd. I gave 17 Again a chance in the theater only because I still have a soft spot for Matthew Perry. Probably should have waited for the DVD. The Class was one of the best-reviewed films of the year, so naturally no one saw it during its brief theatrical run. Correct that mistake today. Zooey Deschanel gets nekkid in Gigantic! Yay! (uh, the movie is okay, too). The way I figure it, any time I get a chance to point someone toward Led Zeppelin, I'm gonna point them toward Led Zeppelin.

I Love You, Man
17 Again
The Class
Gigantic
Are You Being Served? The Complete Collection
Alien Trespass
Led Zeppelin - Complete Rock Case Studies
Super Friends: The Lost Episodes
Michael Jackson: Moonwalking - The True Story of Michael Jackson
Grindhouse Girls of the 1970s Collection