Tuesday, March 23, 2004

The DVD List

Ah, good ol' Tuesday!

Beast Wars: Transformers - The Complete 2nd Season

Not as good as the original series, but it definitely has its moments.

Beyond Borders

The latest Angelina jolie flop to hit DVD!

Beyond The Mat

A great documentary about life as a professional wrestler.


The latest Halle Berry crapfest to come to DVD! Seriously, the woman cannot act.

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Season 3

Never watched it, but I know the show definitely had its fans.

Ransom (Special Edition)

A great suspense flik from director Ron Howard. It is indeed a special edition, with tons o' bonus material.

Richard Pryor Show Box Set

One of comedies true funnymen once had his own show, which was yanked from the air by CBS because it was thought to be too offensive. Now, we can finally all see what the fuss was about!

The Rundown

A great action movie with surprising performances by all involved. It's not going to change your life, nut it will keep you entertained.

Shattered Glass

Darth Vader pretends to be a reporter, then he pretends to have actual sources and goes on to print completely fictional articles. Based on the true story of Stephen Glass.

The Singing Detective

Robert Downey "I can't stay off drugs" Jr. stars in this remake of an older British film.

That crack may have been a bit too harsh, for that I apologize.

Get it? "Crack." HA!

The Skulls III

Seriously, I saw the first one, and it didn't deserve a second film, much less a third.

Splash (20th Anniversary Edition)

Nothing makes you feel old like a movie you saw as a child celebrating an anniversary. All in all, it's still a good movie.

Will & Grace: Season Two

A show that has its moments of funny, but I don't think it's worth the price of admission.

Avoid like the freakin' plague:


That's right, not just the regular old plague, the freakin' plague. Why? Is stars Jessica Alba. If you need a reason other than that, you are in a sad, sad place my friend.

As always, Cinescape.com has its DVD column up today, along with a few DVD reviews, so check 'em out.

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