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DVD Tuesday: The Woodman Riseth!

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Yeah, actors do have a tough life. | Photo courtesy of the Weinstein Company

After several lean years (anyone care to remember Deconstructing Harry or the laughless Hollywood Ending), Woody Allen is on a pretty good roll lately. Vicky Cristina Barcelona may be his best film since the fantastic Bullets Over Broadway. Kirk Cameron. Christian Action Star. Pride and Glory wasn't great, but it hit all the right notes of your standard cop corruption film. Colin Farrell is really back with a vengeance, though, huh? Speaking of being back, Guy Ritchie certainly seems to be right on track again with RockNRolla.

Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Pride and Glory
Lakeview Terrace
Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired
You're A Good Sport, Charlie Brown
Cheers - The Final Season
The Secret of the Magic Gourd

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There are some people that you never stop missing and one of them for me is the late Sam Kinison. I remember discovering him before any of my friends did and thinking, "I don't know what the fuck that is, but it sure is funny." Maybe what I miss the most is the jokes that Sam never got to tell. Considering all the completely wacky shit that has occurred since Sam passed on, I'm sure he would have had lots to say. If you're not a fan of his (yet) spend on afternoon trowling on Youtube and see what the man was all about.

Sam Kinison: Unleashed!
Warner Brothers Romance Classics Collection
Far from the Madding Crowd
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
The Yellow Rolls Royce
The Sidney Poitier Collection
The Stewardesses 3D: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition
Dario Argento's Door into Darkness
Private Practices: The Story of a Sex Surrogate
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