Coming out this week on DVD and Blu-ray: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World has Michael Cera fighting for the love of his life; David Duchovny stars in the third season of Californication; plus a look at Ramona And Beezus, Grown Ups, and Charlie St. Cloud.
Canadian actor Ben Hollingsworth has a lot of favorite moments from working on director Derrick Borte’s The Joneses, and he has a hard time picking out just one part of making the film that tops them all.
We head to the suburbs this week for a look at three new arrivals on DVD and Blu-ray, including: David Duchovny and Demi Moore play the perfect fake couple in the dramedy The Joneses; Tina Fey and Steve Carell end up with big thrills as they try to enjoy their Date Night; and a look at the short-lived 80s TV series, Max Headroom.
This has been driving me nuts. Every time I hear the most recent ad for Metro (the Canadian grocery store chain) I could have sworn it was David Duchovny doing the voiceover. I did a Google search but couldn’t find a thing to suggest it was him (and really, why would it be him?), but apparently I’m not the only one who is confused.
Coming out this week on DVD, Amy Adams and Emily Blunt find purpose scouring crime scenes in Sunshine Cleaning; Julia Roberts and Clive Owen take on corporate espionage in Duplicity; Adventureland jumps back to one sweet, funny summer in 1987; and David Duchovny stars as womanizer Hank Moody in the second season of Californication.
New arrivals in theatres this week include the latest X-Files movie, I Want To Believe, which comes a mere ten years after the first one hit theatres; the raunchy comedy Step Brothers, starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly; and the dark indie comedy, Just Buried.
This week on DVD I take a look at the latest new arrivals, including Disney’s animated classic, The Sword in the Stone, Michel Gondry‘s offbeat comedy Be Kind Rewind, Chaos Theory starring Ryan Reynolds, the dismal comedy Fool’s Gold, and Showtime’s adult television series Californication starring David Duchovny.