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DVD Tuesday: Tinker Bell! Yay!

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Hey kids! Make your parents buy me! | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Studios

Tinker Bell continues Disney's long and successful tradition of re-packaging characters from other films and presenting them cheaply to children. In other words, corporate evil 101. Brendan Fraser is a fantastic actor who constantly makes mediocre to bad movies. Journey to the Center of the Earth is entry #16. Guy Pearce, on the other hand, is a fine actor who constantly appears in films that few see. He is as good as they get. It is impossible to watch an episode of MST3K and not laugh often and loudly. That, friends, is the definition of brilliant comedy. The Little Rascals is funnier now then when I was a kid. The Flintstones is not. At all.

Tinker Bell
Journey to the Center of the Earth (Limited-Edition 2-D and 3-D with Glasses)
Kit Kittredge - An American Girl
Mystery Science Theater 3000: 20th Anniversary Edition
Abbott and Costello: The Complete Universal Pictures Collection
Death Defying Acts
The Little Rascals: The Complete Collection
The Flintstones: The Complete Series
Johnny Cash's America
National Lampoons Animal House - 30th Anniversary Edition Gift Set