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April 26, 2011


Not a whole lot in terms of new release, big name movies
coming out this week, but there is still plenty to get
excited about. The quintessential drug reference film 'Fear
and Loathing in Las Vegas' can be found on special edition
Blu-ray this week. Also, a great new BBC nature special
hits shelves, exploring a mammal that we could all use to
understand a little better.

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'3 Idiots' DVD

This is a Hindi-language Bollywood comedy featuring Indian
superstar Aamir Khan. Khan plays Rancho, who vanished five
years ago, just after graduating university. He had been an
engineering student whose iconoclastic ways had put him at
odds with the school director. Now, two of his former class-
mates, Farhan and Raju, set out on a journey to track him
down. As they close in on their old pal, their journey is
interspersed with flashbacks to when they were university
students with Rancho. Along the way, viewers learn about
Rancho's relationship with the school director's pretty

'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' Criterion Collection
Blu-ray Disc

Based on the novel by Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing
in Las Vegas (1998) stars Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro
and was directed by Terry Gilliam. It's the surreal story
of the trip by weird journalist Raoul Duke (Depp) and his
attorney, Dr. Gonzo (Del Toro), to cover a motorcycle race.
Criterion released a DVD version of the movie in 2003, and
now they are releasing this Blu-ray edition that upgrades
picture and sound quality and carries over the DVD bonus
materials, which include three audio commentaries, deleted
scenes, documentaries and additional extras.

'Human Planet' DVD

Over three years in the making, this documentary originally
aired in eight parts on the BBC beginning in January 2011
and not long after was broadcast in the US on the Discovery
Channel. Narrated by John Hurt and with original music by
Nitin Sawhney, the documentary shows how humans have adapted
to life in the Earth's varied habitats, including deserts,
jungles, oceans, rivers, mountains, grasslands, the Arctic
and cities. There are over 70 stories spanning about 40
countries. Included on the discs are 10 making-of featurettes,
each about 10 minutes in length.


DVD Rewind: Amos 'n' Andy

21 Disks, one incredible collection; the entire Amos 'n' Andy
legacy can now be yours at over 50% off list price.

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