The Larry Sanders Show: The Complete Series
A dozen years after its final season originally aired, Garry Shandling's groundbreaking HBO series is finally coming to DVD in its entirety. A 2007 best-of set only confirmed what most comedy fans already suspected: the show (a behind-the-scenes look at a late-night talk show) still holds up, and stands among TV's funniest programs. This 17-disc, 89-episode set includes a documentary and other new bonus features.
HBO's ten-part follow-up to Band of Brothers is another WWII miniseries produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. This time, the focus is split between three separate stories in the Pacific theater.
Coming 11 years after Pixar's last Toy Story movie, the concluding film in the trilogy is one of the best-reviewed releases of 2010.
Profane outtakes from his 1988 Winnebago commercial shoot made Jack Rebney one of the first viral video stars; this entertaining documentary examines how he has dealt with his "fame."
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Based on a 2004 novel, this romantic ghost story stars Zac Efron as a young man who must decide between following his dead brother's wishes or moving forward with a new relationship.
Five now-adult friends -- Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, Rob Schneider, and David Spade -- reunite for a Fourth of July weekend to mourn the passing of their high school basketball coach and re-live their childhoods in this poorly-reviewed comedy hit.
Blending comedy and drama, TNT's portrait of three middle-aged males (Ray Romano, Scott Bakula, and the Emmy-nominated Andre Braugher) impressed critics upon its debut last year, and will be returning for a second season in December.
Not quite the success that fans of Bryan Lee O'Malley's comics had hoped for, this quirky, hyperactive tale of young love and kick-ass, videogame-inspired fighting was directed by Edgar Wright and stars Michael Cera.
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Robert Zemeckis' motion-capture animation take on the Dickens classic stars Jim Carrey as Ebenezer Scrooge ... and the three ghosts who haunt him. Released theatrically in 3D, the film is also getting a 3D Blu-ray release in addition to the regular DVD version.
Critics raved about Lisa Cholodenko's indie dramedy, a hit at Sundance for its portrayal of a bohemian Los Angeles lesbian couple (Julianne Moore and Annette Bening) whose lives are upended by the sudden appearance of the once-anonymous sperm donor for their two now teenaged kids.
Many people thought it couldn't be done, but director M. Night Shyamalan managed to score his worst reviews to date for this big-budget, live-action adaptation of the popular Nickelodeon animated fantasy series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
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Julia Roberts stars in this adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's Oprah-endorsed, best-selling memoir about her globe-trotting search for meaning in the year following her divorce.
Sylvester Stallone directed, co-wrote, and starred in this 1980s-style action flick that also features Jason Statham, Jet Li, Mickey Rourke, and a couple of big-name cameos.
Although we know now that it was all an act, Casey Affleck's "documentary" traces a year in the life of Joaquin Phoenix, as he retires from acting, attempts a new career in music, and displays increasingly erratic behavior.
Adapted from Ken Follett's 1989 novel and produced by Ridley and Tony Scot, this eight-hour Starz miniseries stars Deadwood's Ian McShane and chronicles the political intrigue, murder, war, and dueling ambitions surrounding the construction of a cathedral in medieval England.
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Secret agent Tom Cruise goes on an adventure-filled blind date with Cameron Diaz in James Mangold's action-comedy. A box office flop in the U.S., the film actually became an international hit.
What a difference a season makes. This Amy Poehler-starring comedy about a small-town Indiana parks department went from being a lackluster Office wannabe in season one to one of television's funniest, best-written comedies in its sophomore year, while its cast (including Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, and Aubrey Plaza) gelled into one of the small screen's best ensembles.
Based on the animated Mickey Mouse sequence of the same name in 1940's Fantasia, Disney's live-action fantasy stars Nicolas Cage as a sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan who takes on a reluctant apprentice (Jay Baruchel).
(Dec. 4) The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 58Add to Netflix Queue
The highest-grossing film in the ongoing sparkly vampire series is also the best reviewed of all the Twilight films, though that's not saying much. This third chapter finds Bella Swan forced to choose between vampire Edward and werewolf Jacob, while Seattle is plagued by a string of mysterious killings.
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