Tuesday, September 7, 2010

New Releases, 7 September, 2010

What better way to open this month than with a poem, a poem about September, the lamest month: "Defenceless under the night/ Our world in stupor lies;/ Yet, dotted everywhere,/ Ironic points of light/ Flash out wherever the Just/ Exchange their messages:/ May I, composed like them/ Of Eros and of dust,/ Beleaguered by the same/ Negation and despair,/ Show an affirming flame."
I think he's talking about DVDs.

Hal Holbrook (of Mark Twain Tonight! fame) plays an old guy with a hat in this critically acclaimed drama.
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Heigl. Kutcher. Do I really need to say anything else? Boom. Just don't read the review.
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Here comes SNL with their MacGyver spoof. Way to keep your finger on the pulse, SNL. I hear they've got a few really good Dan Quayle sketches that they're saving for the perfect moment...

Taking a page out of Rodney Dangerfield's playbook, Michael Douglas has to go back to school and join the swim team in order to beat the jocks and get his nerdy son laid
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I don't know anything about the film, but will watch it just for that still. (Read the synopsis, looks fantastic)
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The Gazette liked it? That's my favorite vague newspaper! Sign me up. (Actually, this one looks quite fantastic also)
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Those are the films, now make like September and leaf...your house and rent them.

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