Tooth Fairy 2

This Week in DVD

Welcome back to This Week In DVD! A wide range of movies are hitting shelves today, but the two best releases happen to be television series including HBO’s Game of Thrones and my pick of the week below. On the movie front we have the fantastic racer doc Senna, the surprisingly funny indie comedy High Road, Pedro Almodovar’s twisted thriller The Skin I Live In, Adam Sandler’s latest abortion Jack and Jill, and more! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. Adventure Time: It Came from the Nightosphere A boy and his dog spend their days playing in the world of their imagination, and the result is some gloriously effed up adventures. I make no apology for loving this show. It’s like swallowing a sugar-filled grenade that explodes in your head over and over again throughout each episode’s eleven-minute run-time. Everything about the show is free-flowing and utterly weird, from the animation style to the humor to the stories themselves. This DVD features sixteen episodes including the Emmy-nominated “Nightosphere.”

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Larry the Cable Guy in Tooth Fairy 2

Larry the Cable Guy only wants the best for the insides of your children’s mouths. In a publicity move in support of Tooth Fairy 2, a film that is as unlikely as a large redneck supporting the oral well-being of the nation’s youth, the comedian and co-star Brady Reiter have created “a Public Service Announcment (PSA) which teaches children the importance of good oral health care.  Dental health professionals from across the country will get the exclusive first look of the PSA when it debuts at the America’s Tooth Fairy Celebration of Smiles event  February 23, 2012 at the Chicago Hyatt Regency-McCormick Place.”

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