Futurama

Futurama

In rebirth, following the events of Into the Wild Green Yonder, Fry and the gang learn a sad truth about Leela and Fry. In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela features the tale of Leela and Zapp and their attempt to save earth from total destruction.

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I wasn’t quite sure at first how to tackle a list of the Best DVDs of the Year… by definition, aren’t the best dvds the ones containing the best movies? (Yes, they are.) We don’t want this to be a list of the year’s best movies though, so instead we’re looking at the best collections, box sets, and special editions. Obviously the quality of the movies or shows within still matter, but they’re just one aspect of a truly great dvd release. The other two most important things in a quality dvd are the extras and the packaging. The best dvds of the year should ideally have all three traits… awesome feature, awesome extras, awesome packaging. (At the very least they should have two out of three.) So here we go. These are the Best DVDs of 2009! AK100 (Criterion) This may be considered cinematic heresy but I’ve only seen three of Akira Kurosawa’s many movies. Forgive me. Happily the fine folks at Criterion have long been supporters of the director, and this year they released the most comprehensive dvd set ever seen for any director. AK100 celebrates what would have been Kurosawa’s 100th birthday and includes 25 of his movies from a career that lasted half a century. It includes the ones I’ve seen (Seven Samurai, Rashomon, and Yojimbo) and several others including a few that have never even had an official dvd release. The films each come in their own case, and the set also comes with a […]

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves working as a delivery driver for Planet Express. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. So join us each week as he takes a look at new DVD releases and gives his highly unqualified opinion as to which titles are worth BUYing, which are better off as RENTals, and which should be AVOIDed at all cost. (And yes, I am the guy who won’t be recommending Drag Me To Hell.)

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Futurama fans can breath a sigh of relief today.

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Since fans voted with their wallets and continued watching episodes on Comedy Central, Fox has decided to resurrect “Futurama” from cancellation hell.

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As you know, we love some trailer mashup in the morning. And this one is a solid one, combining the spring’s anticipated film Watchmen with the imagery of Matt Groening’s Futurama.

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While I’ve been a fan of The Simpsons for years, I never got into Futurama.

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