Struggling musician Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) has spent six
years idolizing his girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell).
He's the guy left holding her purse in paparazzi photos and accidentally
This has got to be one of my favorite blu-rays. It's not as crude or vulgar as Superbad, but you still have those wildly inappropriate laugh-out-loud moments. This is NOT one of those films that you have to watch repeatedly to enjoy, but I do recommend it. I caught a few things several watches in and some things just tend to get funnier. This movie is by no means garbage and was actually very well directed. Jason Segel makes this movie unforgettable. Please at least give this movie a rent if you haven't, I'm sure you'll end up buying it then!
Sony Pictures | 2005 | 145 min | Rated PG-13 | Region free
| Sep 25, 2007
Set in a mysterious and exotic world which still casts a potent spell today, the story begins in the years before World War II, when a Japanese child is torn from her penniless family to work as a servant in a geisha house....
Cinevolve | 2005 | 85 min | Not rated | Region A (B, C untested) | Oct 21, 2008
A "fictumentary" shot during the 2004 Republican National Convention that explores freedom
of speech. Director Jed Weintrob puts actors on Manhattan streets while the demonstrators and
police surrounded them at last summer's...
Its a cool concept that a man with $1,000,000 in FCC indecency fines takes to the streets during a Republican national convention protest for his last day of broadcast. But really turns into just a boring , maybe michael moore wannabe film. The picture is very blurry and very soft and audio only comes in dolby digital. It sounded interesting so I rented it. Don't even think it's worth that. =(
I know the 2nd movie was sort of a let down in the Pirates trilogy, but Mr. Liebman, this does not allow for an overall rating of 3.5 for the movies. The pirates movies are some of the VERY few that I can re-watch over and over. I highly recommend!