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Your TV Sure Has A Healthy Glow
Hit the lights and hit the couch. Pop in a DVD. Even in the grey of winter, there’s nothing more vibrant than a new release.
This dreary old week kicks off with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a pro football quarterback in The Game Plan. The Rock is on top of his game, doing what quarterbacks do, leading the team. Right up until his eight-year-old daughter from a past relationship pops into his life. Will the dance recital interfere with the big game? Madison Pettis and Kyra Sedgwick co-star.
Been twiddling your thumbs waiting for the next Saw (it’s up to SAW IV now) to come out? Wait no longer, you graphic-gore-and-sharp-instrument fanatic you. In this latest installment, detectives (Scott Patterson and Athena Karkanis) have to survive one last deadly trap set by Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) and his apprentice Amanda.
Please, get redbox to something more innocent, fast! Shoot, Sydney White will do the trick. Amanda Bynes stars in this updated version of Snow White, set in a college Greek system with freshman playing the lovable main parts. Sara Paxton and Matt Long co-star in this far more wholesome tale of young love.
And speaking of thrilling, this weekâ€™s final new release reunites you with a couple of favorites. In Grayson Arms, Judd Nelson and Stacie Dash star as two tenants in rent controlled apartments who get more than just a little bit suspicious of each other when a murder takes place in their building. Hey, what tenant wouldn’t?
Next up, a little something for all those young viewers in the house â€” Dora the Explorer: Undercover Dora. In this latest addition to the popular animated series, everyone’s favorite precocious young adventurer does plenty of detective work with her best friend Boots. Kathleen Herles and Harrison Chad voice the characters.
Finally, in case you missed it last week. Ever wonder how Star Wars might have played out if had featured your favorite dysfunctional cartoon characters? Wonder no more. In Family Guy: Blue Harvest, the sci-fi classic is re-imagined using Peter, Brian, Stewie, Maggie and the rest. Seth MacFarlane voices an amazing number of the hilarious, irreverent Griffins.
Spend as little time out there as possible. Pick out your movies online, grab them at your nearest redbox, and head on back. Itâ€™s that easy.