New on DVD and Blu-Ray-Lots of Red, Politics and a Winning Horse
I love Tuesdays, because I don't get to go to the movies at the theater very often, each Tuesday brings the new movies out on DVD and Blu-Ray.
--"RED" - Bruce Willis plays a retired spy who reassembles his old team after the CIA tries to kill him. Mary-Louise Parker plays his girlfriend, and his team consists of Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren. Like almost everything else these days, it's based on a comic book. (Rated PG-13)
--"Saw 3D" - The seventh and supposedly final installment of the "Saw" series stars Sean Patrick Flanery as a self-help guru, who gets rich by claiming that he was one of Jigsaw's victims. He's abducted by one of Jigsaw's apprentices and put through a standard set of "Saw" challenges. (Rated R)
--"Secretariat" - Diane Lane plays an inexperienced housewife who takes over her father's stables, and produces Secretariat . . . one of the greatest racehorses of all time. John Malkovich is the guy she coaxes out of retirement to be her trainer. (Rated PG)
--"Red Hill" - A modern day western set in Australia. It stars "True Blood's" Ryan Kwanten as a young cop who transfers to a quiet town, just before an escaped prisoner comes looking for revenge on the cops who locked him up. (Rated R)
--"Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" - This documentary about disgraced New York governor Eliot Spitzer features interviews with his friends, the political enemies he made while fighting corruption on Wall Street, some of the escorts involved in his downfall and Spitzer himself. (Rated R)
TV Series on DVD/Blu-Ray
--"Glee Season 2: Volume 1"
--"MI-5: Volume 8"
--"Webster: Season One"
--"Matlock: The Sixth Season"