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The infamous stoner duo Cheech and Chong are back and animated in a new feature-length film. After all these years, the iconic Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong are still smokin' strong and have also baked up a bag full of songs for the film's soundtrack, which will be available through all digital retailers beginning April 9th from Ode Sounds & Visuals, distributed by The Orchard. In addition to the soundtrack, the two are blazin' in an animated and celebrity-studded music video for the album's track 'Cheech and Chong Anthem (WEed Are the World(TM)),' featuring animated cameos from the likes of Kid Cudi, Whoopi Goldberg, Wiz Kalifa, George Lopez, Bill Maher, B-Real, Willie Nelson, and many more.
The film follows a trio of magazine employees as they embark on a smart and unexpectedly heartfelt journey in search of a mysterious man who put an ad in the paper, seeking a partner for time travel. Winner of the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, nominee for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and one of the best-reviewed films of the year.
In the "if it wasn't so funny, it would be sad" department, comes this epic combining the "talents" of conspiracy theorist Andrew Breitbart and Sarah Palin propagandist Stephen K. Bannon. Purporting to unmask the Occupy movement and coming to a cut-out bin near you for a dollar. Might be good for a laugh or two, if you can stand it.
A hilarious take on the paranoid feelings created by today's modern world, with our anti-hero, Dan, out to get justice by any means necessary - no matter how lunkheaded! The show's crazy and colorful look is bolstered by exceptional vocal talent including Curtis Armstrong, Paget Brewster, Dave Foley, Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross. This 3-disc set contains all 22 half-hour episodes and a bonus feature.
DVD Review WORLD ON A WIRE (BLU-RAY)
This is one of those classics of foreign cinema that I've known about since I was a kid, but have never actually seen. What better way to experience all 3-plus hours of this masterpiece for the first time than via a Criterion Collection Blu-ray.
It's one of the greatest, true detective stories ever. Featuring eight spellbinding missions, Nazi Hunters tells how a select band of secret agents and avengers hunted down some of the most evil men in history... And finally brought them to justice.
The film was nominated for eight awards at the 2011 Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director (Dante Lam), Best Screenplay (Wu Wei Lun), Best Actor (Nick Cheung), and Best Supporting Actor (Liu Kai Chi), with Nicholas Tse taking home the trophy for Best Actor. The bonus features include a Behind the Scenes featurette and deleted scenes.
How much do the government and private corporations know about you? How much can they find out? And to what uses will they put this information? These are the questions posed in this chilling documentary that charts the unimaginable limits of the modern information state.
Over 30 minutes of exclusive, never-before-seen footage. Bonus features include outrageous outtakes and deleted scenes, as well as a look at the origins of the Jackass franchise and footage from the Jackass European tour where the troupe brought mayhem across the pond to England, Ireland and Spain while filming more of their insanely inventive stunts.
DVD Review THE WAGES OF FEAR (BLU-RAY)
South America. Four desperate men. A truck full of nitrogylcerine. A raw, white-knuckle thriller from Henri-Georges Clouzot gets the Blu-Ray treatment from Criterion, in what is easily one of 2009's best releases.
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