Out this week on Blu-Ray and DVD 8.17.10

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Happy Tuesday! I hope you all are excited for this weeks releases because it has one of my fave shows in it!

Dexter: Season 4

Miami forensics specialist Dexter Morgan (Golden Globe winner Michael C. Hall) has been so successful at keeping his secret life as a serial killer under wraps that no one -- not even his newly minted wife, Rita (Julie Benz) -- knows about his extracurricular activities. Dexter continues to count on the fact that nobody suspects him of murder. And then he commits it with reckless abandon. John Lithgow joins the fourth season in a Golden Globe-winning role.

Cast: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter

Love this show! Don't want it to be over after next season. Michael C. Hall is a amazing actor. This show is original, smart, well written and well acted. If you have not gotten a chance to watch it you should.

Here's some other things releasing:


The Last Song

Miley Cyrus has top billing as 17-year-old Ronnie Miller, a rebellious former piano prodigy who doesn't hide her hostility after being sent off to spend the summer in Georgia with her estranged father (Greg Kinnear). Rebuffing her dad's attempts to reconnect, the aloof Ronnie begins to thaw when she meets beach volleyballer Will Blakelee (Liam Hemsworth). Kelly Preston also stars in this contemporary tearjerker based on the Nicholas Sparks novel.

Cast: Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear
Director:
Julie Anne Robinson

Normally I cry my eyes out with Nicholas Sparks movies but for some reason this movie really had no emotional effect on me. Not sure if that says something about me or the movie.

 

Furry Vengeance

When real estate developer Dan Sanders (Brendan Fraser) finalizes plans to level a swath of pristine Oregon forest to make way for a soulless housing subdivision, a band of woodland creatures rises up to throw a monkey wrench into the greedy scheme. Just how much mischief from the furry critters can the businessman take before he calls it quits? Roger Kumble directs this family-friendly, madcap comedy.

Cast: Brendan Fraser, Ricky Garcia
Director:
Roger Kumble

 

Me and Orson Welles

After convincing Orson Welles (Christian McKay) to give him a key role in the first Shakespearian play to run on Broadway, 17-year-old Richard (Zac Efron) finds himself on shaky ground when he clashes with the manipulative director over pretty assistant Sonja (Claire Danes). Sonja's ambition, Richard's desires and Welles's controlling nature all add up to more drama off stage than on for the Mercury Theater's production of "Julius Caesar."

Cast: Zac Efron, Christian McKay
Director:
Richard Linklater

I liked this movie a lot and I love Claire Danes in this. I even liked Zac Efron.

 

Here's the rest of what comes out this week on DVD and on Blu-Ray for ya.

- A History of Scotland
- The Assassin Next Door
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Season One, Part One
- Black Orpheus (Criterion Collection) (Blu-Ray and DVD)
- Burning Bright
- Casshern Sins: Part One (Blu-ray and DVD)
- Casshern Sins: Part Two (Blu-ray and DVD)
- Cemetery Junction (Blu-ray and DVD)
- Cougar Town: The Complete First Season
- Dark and Stormy Night
- Dead Man Running (Blu-ray and DVD)
- Friday Night Lights: The Fourth Season
- Hamlet (Blu-Ray)
- Keeping Up with the Kardashians: The Complete Third Season
- L'enfance nue (Criterion Collection)
- The Lost Skeleton Returns Again
- Nanny McPhee (Blu-Ray)
- One Tree Hill: The Complete Seventh Season
- Orlando (Special Edition)
- Simon Schama: A History of Britain - Special Edition
- Skellig: The Owl Man
- Temple Grandin
- Ugly Betty: The Complete Fourth and Final Season
- Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis Trilogy

 Thanks for taking the time to read this! My game article will be out tomorrow afternoon! Sorry for any inconvenience.

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