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Water for Elephants was supposed to be the proof that R. Patz had what it took to carry his own movie, that he was more than a hearthrob (see: Leo Dicaprio post-Titanic). I’m not sure he completely won over the crowds with this one, but he walked away unscathed. Water for Elephants is a good or bad film so much as it’s there, a soulless drama with a dazzling period backdrop. The circus scenes alone may make this a worthy Blu-ray, but I’d only recommend to the biggest of Pattinson fans.
Click here to buy it. Few caught George Clooney’s first foray into directing in theaters. Makes sense—the mind-bending drama penned by Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation) focuses on the life of Gong Show host Chuck Barris, who believed himself to be a spy. Wacky, fun and worth checking out.
Click here to buy it. I’ve been told the only reason I love this movie is due to my childhood nostalgia. That’s fine. This fantastical Spielberg movie is awesome.