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DVD Tuesday: London Calls Bruce!

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Who knew that people in London were such big Springsteen fans? Or was Hyde Park just full of expats? It was sad to see a solid film like The Green Zone completely fall flat at the box office. Its failure made it increasingly less likely that high-budgets will be spent on smart, complex films. Shame that. How can anyone not think that Exile on Main Street is the Stones' best album? Same goes for this as their best song. Entourage hasn't been good since the Aquaman season, and yet I continue to watch. I didn't love the first season of Hung, but how do you not keep up with the great Thomas Jane?

London Calling: Live in Hyde Park (2 DVD)
The Green Zone
Stones in Exile
The Last Station
She's Out of My League
The Good Guy
Remember Me
Entourage: The Complete Sixth Season
Hung: The Complete First Season
Stephen Fry in America
Red Desert (Criterion Collection)
Close-Up (Criterion Collection)
Death Race 2000 (Roger Corman's Cult Classics)
Sex Drugs Guns