Out this week on Blu-Ray and DVD 6.8.10

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Hey everyone! I feel so much better then last week thankfully! I think some of it may be because I killed massive amounts of people in Dead to Rights: Retribution. Anyways there's a few good movies coming out this week including From Paris with Love which I thought was a really good movie and also Shutter Island! So sit back while I link you the info on them and what I thought of them.


Shutter Island

World War II soldier-turned-U.S. marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) investigates the disappearance of a patient from a hospital for the criminally insane, but his efforts are compromised by his own troubling visions and by Dr. Cawley (Ben Kingsley). Mark Ruffalo, Michelle Williams, Emily Mortimer and Max von Sydow co-star in director Martin Scorsese's plot twist-filled psychological thriller set on a Massachusetts island in 1954.

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo
Director: Martin Scorsese

From everyone I know I heard this movie is great! I have not gotten a chance to watch it yet but I loe Leo and I love Martin so I am sure I will love it!


From Paris with Love

While working at the American embassy in Paris, low-level intelligence agent James Reece (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) gets involved in espionage when he's pulled into a terrorist plot by high-ranking but uncouth American operative Charlie Wax (John Travolta), who's trying to stop it. Pierre Morel directs this fast-paced international thriller with a script by Luc Besson (The Professional, The Fifth Element) and Adi Hasak. Richard Durden also stars.

Starring: John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Director: Pierre Morel

Loved this movie! John Travolta was good in the role but I would have preferred Jason Statham in the role personally. The movie is 90 minutes of Action, Comedy and all sorts of chases and big guns!


Shinjuku Incident

In search of his lost love, Xiu Xiu (Jinglei Xu), Chinese native Steelhead (Jackie Chan) journeys to Tokyo, where he leads a hardscrabble immigrant life with fellow refugees Jie (Daniel Wu) and Old Ghost (Suet Lam). Complications mount when Steelhead finds Xiu Xiu married to a Japanese mobster (Masaya Kato).

Starring: Daniel Wu, Jackie Chan
Director: Tung-Shing Yee


The 41 Year Old Virgin That Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Super Bad About It

Director Craig Moss (who brought the world Saving Ryan's Privates) takes aim at the conventions of hit comedies -- and at least one Oscar-winning drama -- and amps up their most memorable moments in search of more laughs in this farcical parody. As the title suggests, the film pokes fun at The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Superbad, but it also takes a few swipes at Slumdog Millionaire, too.

Starring: Bryan Callen, Noureen DeWulf
Director: Craig Moss

This movie has some laughs but overall it was pretty stupid to me and this is coming from someone that liked Year One.


So those are the movies I chose to showcase this week. There were a few more movies that came out but they were very small and I am going to link them down below for you all.


DVD Releases  

- Bob Hope: Thanks for the Memories Collection
- Cinema Pride Collection
- Coach
- The Cry of the Owl
- Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Seventh Season
- Family Matters: The Complete First Season
- iCarly: iSaved Your Life
- IMAX Horses: The Story of Equus
- Nip/Tuck: The Sixth and Final Season
- Not the Messiah: He's a Very Naughty Boy (Blu-Ray also Available)
- Power Kids (Blu-Ray also Available)
- Shaun the Sheep: One Giant Leap for Lambkind
- StarStruck
- Tales of the Gold Monkey: The Complete Series
- TCM Spotlight: Charlie Chan Collection


Blu-Ray Releases

- Caddyshack
- The Illusionist

Have a great week everyone!

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