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February 22, 2011


The newest comedy by Todd Phillips is right on time. 'Due
Date', starring the unlikely duo Robert Downey Jr. and Zach
Galifianakis, is now on DVD. With memorable films such as
'The Hangover' and 'Old School' to measure up to (other
Todd Phillips films), 'Due Date' hits the comedy nail right
on the head. Also, be sure to check out the interview with
Galifianakis under the description of the film; it's weird
to hear from him out of character!

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'Due Date' DVD

Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis star in this raunchy
road comedy directed by Todd Phillips (The Hangover). Peter
Highman (Downey), an architect winding down a business trip,
arrives at the Atlanta airport, trying to get back to his Los
Angeles home in time for the birth of his first child. He
encounters the goofy Ethan Tremblay (Galifiankis), a wanna-be
actor whose talk of terrorism gets them kicked off the
flight, and Peter leaves his wallet on the plane. He has no
choice other than to accept Ethan's offer of driving cross-
country together, and they have adventures along the way.

Interview with Zach Galifianakis:

'Get Low' DVD

Robert Duvall creates a memorable character is this quiet,
meandering drama based on a true story. In Tennessee in the
1930s, Felix Bush (Duvall) is an elderly hermit living on a
farm with only his mule for company. Although Felix is
expecting to live on for years, one day he goes into town
and tells funeral director Frank Quinn (Bill Murray) he wants
to have a gathering similar to a funeral, except he wants to
be present. Quinn sets the event up for him, and an attrac-
tive widow (Sissy Spacek) comes into the story. At the gath-
ering, there's a revelation, and Duvall makes a speech.

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'Megamind' DVD

An animated comedy from DreamWorks, this film features the
voices of Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill.
There are lots of pop culture references and golden-oldie
music, such as AC/DC's "Highway to Hell," Minnie Riperton's
"Lovin' You" and Michael Jackson's "Bad." The setting is
Metro City, where the supervillain is Megamind (Ferrell) and
the superhero is Metro Man (Pitt). They battle over cute TV
reporter Roxanne (Fey), but one day Metro Man is apparently
killed. That's when Megamind tries to transform a schlubby
TV cameraman (Hill) into a new superhero.

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DVD Rewind: Amazing Reunion Between Lion & Human

As Seen on The View from Christian The Lion DVD...
This will warm your heart!

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