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This Week in Blu-ray

This Week in Blu-ray, we give ample time to the Brits. God save the Queen, and all that. It’s unavoidable though, as both Doctor Who and a completely (and gloriously) reborn Sherlock Holmes come crashing in with sets that will have you using deductive reasoning to substitute buying Blu-rays for buying food for the next seven days. We also spend time with a favorite Brit filmmaker, Edgar Wright, as he brings Scott Pilgrim to the format of champions in a way that makes us feel complete. And it’s nice to feel complete. Unless, of course, you’re feeling completely surrounded by former comedic talents in an Adam Sandler-led movie about man-children. Then perhaps complete isn’t healthy. In the end, it’s another fun week of flicks and picks, all coming to you in glorious high definition…

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The Reject Report

It was a close race when the weekend began. Dinner for Schmucks was actually ahead of Inception on Friday. However, a major boost in numbers on Saturday helped the Christopher Nolan film make it three weekends in a row on top of the box office. With yet another decent drop from the previous weekend, Inception is now nearing $200 million in domestic sales, and it is very close to overtaking Batman Begins as the 2nd biggest grossing film under Nolan’s belt. As far as worldwide receipts go, it is nearing the $400-million mark. All in all, a very successful endeavor for Nolan, Warner Brothers, and everyone involved.

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The Reject Report

Do cats and dogs dream? Do schmucks? Does Zac Effron? I’m thinking that latter question is a big, fat “NO.” What could he possibly dream about? He’s living it. I guess one thing he might dream about is for his newest film to beat out Inception at the box office this weekend. For that matter, the cats, dogs, and schmucks are probably dreaming the same thing. Doesn’t mean it’s going to come true. In fact, all the dreaming in the world probably won’t make that a reality.

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr is all giddy because he’s been invited to a “Dinner for Winners” (though no one has the heart to tell him it’s really a Dinner for Schmucks). He also puts on his 3D glasses to take a gander at some furry spies in Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. Finally, he squeals with excitement about the new Zefron film, but then weeps uncontrollably because Universal didn’t screen it in advance for him.

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