Nothing to Do Tonight? How About a New Movie on DVD/Blu-Ray
Here's what's new on DVD/Blu-Ray, a guy still caught in a computer program, a love made in prison, first the Fockers now the Little Fockers and much more.
"Tron: Legacy" - In the first "TRON", Jeff Bridges was digitized into a world where all the programs look like their users. Then he has to fight his way back to the real world with the help of the program, Tron, played by Bruce Boxleitner.
Garrett Hedlund plays his son in this sequel. He's sucked into the virtual world while trying to figure out why his dad's been missing for the past 20 years. Olivia Wilde is the sexy program who guides him once he follows in his dad's footsteps. (Rated PG)
"The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of Dawn Treader" - The third "Chronicles of Narnia" movie is set a year after "Prince Caspian" and reunites Caspian with Edmund and Lucy, the two youngest Narnia kids. Liam Neeson returns as the voice of Aslan and Tilda Swinton is back as the White Witch. (In stores Friday) (Rated PG)
"Little Fockers" - The third "Meet the Parents" flick adds Jessica Alba to the mix as a pharmaceutical rep working with Ben Stiller. In this one, Robert de Niro gets suspicious of Greg Focker all over again while visiting for the twins' birthday. (Rated PG-13)
"I Love You, Phillip Morris" - Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor play two guys who meet and fall in love in prison with Carrey doing a number of impressions in his role as a love-struck conman. (Rated R)
"Casino Jack" - Kevin Spacey plays lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who scammed Indian tribes out of millions in "fees" to represent their interests in Washington D.C. Kelly Preston plays his wife. (Rated R)