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Once again we’re playing catchup with The Blu-ray Report, but unlike previous week’s I am happy to go back and take a look at 8 new Blu-ray releases — some from this week and some from last week — that are currently all rocking my world to some extent.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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Iron Man and Bolt Getting Love from the VES

The Visual Effects Society put their heads together to nominate the best in visual effects from this year. I’m sure you already have some things in mind as for what you would nominate, but be prepared for some surprises too.

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Yet another easy weekend for those predicting the first place finisher at the box office. Everyone is saying The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008 remake) is going to win. The only question is by how much.

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Many of you may have seen some of these photos already, but hopefully you are getting them first here — because you don’t need any other film website, right?

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The order of finish this weekend at the box office looked very much like last weekend at the box office, with Four Christmases winning again with $18 million.

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Australia goes down under, Bolt races past Twilight and Four Christmases rises to the top on Thanksgiving weekend.

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The Reject Report: Vince Vaughn

Well, you might say that Christmas comes early to the Reject Report, because this Thanksgiving we have three new movies rolling out.

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Bolt

Have you ever heard someone use the word ‘ridonculous?’ Me neither. That is, until this nonsensical hybrid of ‘ridiculous’ and ‘donkey’ showed up in a Disney film…

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Twilight

As expected, the story of the weekend was the crazed-teenage-girl reaction to Twilight, which defied predictions and rolled over the competition to the tune of $70.6 million dollars.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil swoon over the CGI Disney dog and show their fangs about a certain high school vampire. Neil gives some love to the new Star Trek footage while Kevin proceeds to offend him with some smarmy suggestions about the forbidden love of Bella and Edward.

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Twilight

You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of money; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination and how many movie tickets are sold. Your next stop, the Reject Zone.

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FSR

Kevin Carr looks at Bolt and Twilight, in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Will Wall-E win an Oscar?

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, better known to many of us as The Academy, has announced the 14 submitted films for the Best Animated Feature Award that will be handed out next February.

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November Movie Guide

This past weekend we slipped into the month of November. And while the month begins with the fury of election season, it will undoubtedly finish with the start of the holiday movie season.

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Disney

Apple has released a set of clips from the upcoming Disney Animation Studios adventure Bolt, including a four minute chunk of the film’s opening sequence.

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Disney

Walt Disney Animation has a film that recently caught my eye — a clever little tale about a Hollywood dog who believes that he is a superhero in real life. It is called Bolt, and it looks like it might be just the right movie to cure my end of the year animation blues.

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Comic-Con International

The full event schedule for Comic-Con International 2008 has finally been released online via the official Comic-Con website. And just to give you a taste of what you should be looking out for, I have dug into the schedule and emerged with some of the can’t miss movie geek events.

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Disney and Pixar Logo

Yesterday we ran down the upcoming slate that was announced by Disney and Pixar, which included the upcoming animated tales of Bolt, Tinker Bell, Pixar’s Up, Toy Story 3, Princess and the Frog, Rapunzel, Newt, The Bear and the Bow, Cars 2 and King of the Elves. Today, Disney released a bunch of cool promo photos from these upcoming projects.

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Disney and Pixar Logo

Worried that the wizards at Disney and Pixar are fresh out of ideas after Wall-E? Well, I can’t imagine why you would be but if you are, allow me to quickly put that fear to rest. Dick Cook, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, and John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios sent out a press release yesterday of their queue of future projects all the way through 2012.

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