Hannah Montana

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr damns the gods with reviews of Clash of the Titans, The Last Song and Why Did I Get Married Too?

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It is catch-up time once again on This Week in Blu-ray. Watch Neil scramble to catch you up on all the Blu-ray releases of the last few weeks. We’re told that next week, TWiBD will be ready for Tuesday morning. That remains to be seen.

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves working as a trailer park handyman and playing the Starfighter arcade game in his spare time. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week we have Sons of Anarchy, The 5 Deadly Venoms, Hardbodies Collection, and more!

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So there was nothing stopping Hannah Montana from getting the best of both worlds at the box office, but when you check out the per screen average, it’s a different story. Check to see if Anvil will be coming to a theater near you.

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This weekend was billed as a battle between the boys and girls at the box office, as Hannah Montana threatened to take down last weekend’s box office champ Fast and Furious. And the girls won — or more likely, “the” girl won.

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forgive me for my utter lack of enthusiasm. As you know, Hannah Montana is the big new movie that is rolling out in theaters this weekend, and I am not a fan of Hannah Montana, and I don’t know any friends of mine who like Hannah Montana, and I don’t know any enemies of mine who like Hannah Montana, either.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Neil comes out swinging, preparing to defend the good name of Observe and Report from Kevin’s bile. Meanwhile, Kevin defends Hannah Montana as best a fat guy can.

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Kevin comes forth not to bury Hannah Montana (and parent company Disney), but to praise her.

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Apparently there are some fantabulous new clips from the upcoming Hannah Montana movie floating around the internet. Also, apparently there is another Hannah Montana movie.

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Kevin Carr looks at the movies the studios didn’t allow him to see early this week: Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.

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My Life, by Miley Cyrus

Memoirs are reserved for presidents, public figures and celebrities with long, rich careers. They are not to be attributed to a teenage celebrity who hasn’t even settled on a final bra size yet.

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For what seems like the umpteenth week in a row, the Box Office Oscar goes to a movie that got pelted by tomatoes by movie critics.

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Paris Hilton’s star vehicle ‘The Hottie and the Nottie’ took in a whopping $25,000 over the weekend. Were we surprised? Nah.

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Can a shirtless Matthew McConaughey pull people away from Hannah Montana?

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Miley Cyrus beats out Jessica Alba, Carmen Electra and Eva Longoria Parker at the box office.

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With both hosts back in the studios, it is time to get this thing back up and running…

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This week’s movies look absolutely frightening — frightening to watch and frightening to predict.

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Let me start by saying that I have nothing against Miley Cyrus. It’s the parents of her biggest fans that I’m out to get…

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When the Fedex guy came round my nest of vipers with the latest DVD offerings, he handed me a copy of “Wish Gone Amiss,” a three episode set of Disney Channel sitcoms. I looked at them and thought, “Oh good, I needed a coaster.”

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