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Has anyone seen the cobra I just bought? | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight

Wes Anderson doesn't have many casual fans. You either love the strange worlds of whimsy he creates or you find it all a bit precious and twee. Count me in the former camp and count The Darjeeling Limited as a return to form for Anderson after the ambitious but foggy The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Next generation 3-D isn't quite there yet, but Beowulf was a huge leap forward from the dead-eyed The Polar Express. Maybe James Cameron will perfect it in Avatar. Death at a Funeral was funnier than critics and audiences gave it credit for while Comanche Moon looks quaint and a little silly next to great revisionist western fare like Deadwood.

The Darjeeling Limited
Beowulf (Unrated Director's Cut)
30 Days of Night
Death at a Funeral
Justice League - The New Frontier
Life After Tomorrow
NFL Super Bowl XLII - New York Giants Championship DVD
Comanche Moon