Take It Home Tuesday. November 13, 2012.

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Vaughn, Stiller And Hill “Watch” A Bomb Go Off.

[amazon_link id=”B005LAIHZY” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Brave[/amazon_link]

Disney and Pixar’s latest about a Scottish girl, Merida, who goes against her parents wishes of being a highborn lady and causes a curse to come upon her family after she makes a deal with a witch. Reviews were mostly middle of the road for a Pixar offering.

[amazon_link id=”B005LAII30″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Watch[/amazon_link]

With this kind of star power is there anyway to not call this movie a box-office disappointment? Did anyone go see this during its short run? Four neighborhood watch volunteers begin trying to watch over their community but become involved in an alien invasion.

 

[amazon_link id=”B005LAII9O” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Savages[/amazon_link]

Oliver Stone tries to recapture some of his Natural Born Killers magic in this tale of two dealers who refuse to join a major drug cartel and have to take on the group when their girlfriend is kidnapped.

[amazon_link id=”B008Y1YK0I” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Lawrence of Arabia[/amazon_link]

The classic tale of  T.E. Lawrence’s time in Arabia during World War 1 and winner of seven Academy Awards gets remastered and released on Blu_Ray to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary. It is a movie that should be experienced by everyone at least once.

[amazon_link id=”B0093LE2OC” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure[/amazon_link]

Now onto a different kind of “classic” releasing on Blu-Ray this week. The time traveling exploits of Bill S. Preston, Esquire and “Ted” Theodore Logan are here in high def just in time for all the rumors of a third movie. “Want a Twinkie, Genghis Khan?”

 

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