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for Sept 30 DVDs
  • DREAM HOUSE

    Horror-chiller with Daniel Craig, Naomi Watts, and Rachel Wiesz rad Pitt in the mostly true story of the Oakland As baseball team

  • WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER?

    Seth Rogan vehicle about a unique fight with cancer / Rom-com with Ana Faris who is looking for the reason for relationship failures.
 
  • 1. TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON:

    Shia Labeouf is back in his role of Sam, the young man who relates well to the Transformers even though they are alien creations.  Gone is Megan Fox, and in her place is Rosie Huntington-Whitely as Carly, his girlfriend.  The first ten minutes of the film, which take place on the moon, are worth the price of admission alone.  When the Autobots learn of a strange finding on the moon, both they and the Deceptacons are out to find it.  Great action, and more plot than most of these films. Rated 14A.

  • 2. THE LEDGE:

    A good cast is surrounded by a screenplay that starts with some promise, but which soon deteriorates into a series of theological discussions that increase the tension, but make it all look like so many talking heads all trying to make their points.  Terence Howard, Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson star.  The set-up:  two men, one a fundamentalist evangelical Christian, the other an atheist, square off to prove something about faith.  The believer lures the non-believer out onto a building ledge and forces him to make a fatal choice.  Interesting, but very wordy!  Rated 14A.   

  • 3. THE LOST FUTURE:

    I like actor Sean Bean, but for reasons unknown, he has been on a downhill slide for years and now ends up dressed in animal skins in this post-apocalyptic tale of the fragments of primitive society in a world consisting of fragments of land and mostly wetlands.  Mutant animals are everywhere, they transmit terrible diseases, and yet somehow, some of these near-stone-age people have discovered a cure … but now it’s been stolen.  Made for cable, this isn’t a bad yarn if you go in with appropriately low expectations. Rated 14A.

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  • 4. TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON

    Bumblebee has been upgraded to become a 2011 Camaro … you can buy one with the Bumblebee package for just $3,300 extra.

TAKERS: 

Despite some serious plot holes, this is a pretty good thriller.  Will you see the ending coming?  Probably!

  • MONEYBALL

    Excellent depiction of the true story of the Oakland As

  • ABDUCTION

    So-so teen thriller starring Taylor Lautner

  • KILLER ELITE

    Wildly violent Jason Statham spy thriller

  • DOLPHIN TALE 3D

    Great family film about saving an endangered dolphin

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