Ghost Town

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Ricky Gervais’ new movie is funny, for sure, but most notable for its genuine sweetness.

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Since I know that so many of you received Blu-ray players for Christmas, I am expecting to see plenty of feedback in the comment area below this week as we run through the post-Christmas BD releases.

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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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It was another losing weekend at the box office generally and for one Mr. Dane Cook in particular. His flick My Best Friend’s Girl crashed into third place at $8.3 million, allowing Samuel L. Jackson to win his own personal box office battle with Lakeview Terrace.

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Well, welcome to what is shaping up to be a scary weekend here at the Reject Report, what with ghosts, hunchbacked mad-scientist’s assistants and everyone else.

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Kevin and Neil are recovering from the righteous wind storm that swept through the Midwest… or at least they’re using that as an excuse for not having seen all the movies this week.

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Greg Kinnear and Ricky Gervais in Ghost Town

If you ask the average American TV or movie watcher who Ricky Gervais is, the best answer you could hope for would be “Isn’t he the guy who did the British version of The Office?” Well America, get ready for the full-Gervais in his latest film, Ghost Town.

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Ricky Gervais is more than just a writer-actor-comedian about to make it to super-stardom in America. He’s a comedic genius. And so that you don’t embarrass yourself, here are a few things you should know about him.

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Ghost Town

Ricky Gervais once again plays an entertaining asshole, a character he’s mastered by now (see “The Office” and “Extras”), whose life is interrupted by a newfound ability to see and be seen by the dead.

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We’ve already rolled through Universal and Walt Disney, so now it’s time to talk about Paramount Pictures’ lineup for 2008.

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