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DVD Tuesday: Yes, I liked The House Bunny

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She likes to laugh. | Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures

You know how some movies are better because of the audience in the theater with you? I think that's why I enjoyed The House Bunny so much. I sat next to the prettiest girl that ever was that night and God damn if Anna Faris wasn't cracking me up. After the monumental No Country for Old Men, it's understandable that the Coen Brothers would go for something light and that's exactly what Burn After Reading is--frothy and funny. Mamma Mia! isn't really my speed, but I love that Meryl Streep is still willing to completely throw herself into something so silly (and how great is she in the recently re-watched, fantastic Adaptation?)

The House Bunny
Burn After Reading
Mamma Mia!
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Death Race
The Women
Traitor
Generation Kill
Hamlet 2
Rape of Europa Collector's Edition

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More DVDs after the jump!