Releases for 2.28.03

Not going to be able to do the release update until later on today or possibly tonight. I’ve seen the list, though. Feel free to stay home and keep your credit card in your wallet. There’s not much there this week. I mean, THE BANGER SISTERS is probably the biggest-grossing film being released. That’s how sorry it is.

Pity the DVD industry this week.

UPDATE: OK, here it is. I hope you weren’t anticipating this, because it would just be a disappointment. I’ll have something a little more exciting than this in the next entry, I promise.

These are the highlights of this week’s DVD releases, excerpted from the full list over at DVDJournal.com:

# The Banger Sisters (2002)

As if the world needed another Susan Sarandon picture…

# Dennis the Menace (1993)

Dennis the Menace Strikes Again (1998)


A real killer of a double feature, if you ask me. You’ll kill yourself to get out of sitting through the last hour of it.

# Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (1995)

Free Willy 3: The Rescue (1997)


I stand corrected. You’ll kill yourself to prevent yourself from cracking open either of these two movies.

“Look! It’s a whale!” “Splash” “Hahahahaha” “Awwwwww”

Ick

# The Foreigner (2003)

I wanna know what love is.

Oh, wrong Foreigner.

# The Master of Disguise (2002)

I really do want to like Dana Carvey. He just makes it so hard.


# The Real World You Never Saw: Las Vegas

As I move away from the prime demographic that MTV is shooting for with this series, I realize what a bunch of whining ninnies they choose to stock the house with.

There are only four titles left, but I just can’t be bothered. Better luck next week. No, there isn’t any better luck. There are three HELLO KITTY releases next week. If you can hold out for February 11th, I’ll promise some more interesting fare at Best Buy.


 
 
 

One Response to “Releases for 2.28.03”

  1. Joseph J. Finn
    30. January 2003 at 23:52

    You missed one damn fine release; Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas: The Criterion Collection. Smooth sailing, Mr. D’Onofrio…