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DVD Tuesday: It's Date Night!
Date Night wasn't a hilarious movie by any stretch (both The Office and 30 Rock are funnier), but it's the sort of mainstream comedy that the whole family can watch. While it was groundbreaking in the 80s, Max Headroom definitely shows some seams on the edges. Still, it's worth a look for curiosity's sake alone. There was no reason to re-make Death at a Funeral, and it rightly failed. Let's not bail out the producers and buy or rent the DVD of this needless film. Once upon a time the National Lampoon brand was worth something. Vacation hearkens back to a more prosperous and funnier time. Shame that it's gone. Who exactly is buying Graphic Sexual Horror and are tabs being kept on them?
Max Headroom: The Complete Series (Lenticular Cover)
Death at a Funeral
Letters to God
Louie Bluie (Criterion Collection)
Crumb (Criterion Collection)
National Lampoon's Vacation [Blu-ray]
Penguins of Madagascar: Happy King Julien Day
Beverly Hills Cop Collection
Horror High: 35th Anniversary Edition
Graphic Sexual Horror (Special Edition)
Vintage Lesbian Erotica (Uncensored Version)
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
The new Orange County Museum of Art opens its doors to the public on Oct. 8.
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