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New DVD Releases – Tuesday January 6, 2009

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Pineapple Express DS 1 Sheet Righteous Kill DS 1 Sheet Poster Lost in Translation DS 1 Sheet Poster Ray DS 1 Sheet Poster

Some pretty good titles coming out on DVD this Tuesday.

  • Pineapple Express (Comedy) – Cast: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Amber Heard, Bill Hader, Rosie Perez, James Remar, Gary Cole ; Directed by: David Gordon Green

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  • Righteous Kill (Crime/Thriller/Drama) – Cast: Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Carla Gugino, Donnie Wahlberg, John Leguizamo, Brian Dennehy; Directed by: Jon Avnet

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  • Lost in Translation (Drama) – Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Kazuyoshi Minamimagoe, Kazuko Shibata, Take, Akira Yamaguchi, Catherine Lambert, François du Bois, Tim Leffman, Gregory Pekar, Richard Allen, Giovanni Ribisi, Yutaka Tadokoro, Ryuichiro Baba; Directed by: Sofia Coppola

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  • Ray (Drama) – Cast: Jamie Foxx, Regina King, Kerry Washington, Michael Arata, Curtis Armstrong, Warwick Davis; Directed by: Taylor Hackford

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  • Pineapple Express AU Review

    Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

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    Pineapple Express succeeds on many levels.

    On the surface a teen stoner comedy with action sequences, you could easily roll your eyes at Pineapple Express. It’s a movie about two average guys and their love/hate relationship with marijuana. It has guns, bumbling mismatched sidekicks and slapstick. But under the surface sheen of generic conventions is a film that, like almost every Judd Apatow production before it, manages to subvert the stoner-comedy roots with a clever nod to Miami Vice-style ridiculous action and a level of self-consciousness that makes it incredibly entertaining, if a little more forgettable for the action slant.

    Much of Pineapple Express’ success can be attributed to the cast of Apatow-regulars who punch out the jokes with delivery most comedians spend their lives trying to perfect. At the fore, Seth Rogen (Knocked Up, Superbad) plays Dale Denton, a Process Server (essentially, a guy who delivers court summons to people who sometimes don’t want to be found) with a teenage girlfriend and a taste for hashish. Playing opposite is James Franco (Spider-Man, Freaks and Geeks), who nails his portrayal of ineffectual but charmingly innocent weed-dealer, Saul Silver.

    Denton witnesses a murder while sucking down a joint of Pineapple Express – the rarest pot in the country – and only supplied to one man: Saul. After ditching the dooby, Dale realises the pot is so rare that it’s completely traceable back to them, and the duo begin their run from a drug baron (the always talented Gary Cole), a crooked cop (Rosie Perez) and two scene-stealing hitmen (Kevin Corrigan and Craig Robinson). Danny McBride also crops up as a fair-weather friend who spends most of the film getting shot to pieces and reflecting on the meaning of friendship and the Buddhist belief system.

    Click on the link below to read the entire review

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    Exclusive Red Band Clip: Pineapple Express

    Thursday, July 31st, 2008

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    Another Pineapple Express red band trailer

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    New Trailer: Pineapple Express

    Friday, July 18th, 2008


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    Check out the new Pineapple Express trailer (Stuck in the dumpster).

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    Interview: Seth Rogen

    Saturday, June 7th, 2008


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    Seth Rogen talks his up coming movie Pineapple Express and his other projects.

    As promised, IGN Movies has the lowdown from Seth Rogen on several of his upcoming projects, which he talked about in an interview on the set of his upcoming mall-cop comedy Observe and Report (a working title which may change at a later date). The details on that set visit are still under wraps, but we can report on what else is going on for the busy comic actor.

    Rogen returns to the big screen this summer in the stoner action-comedy Pineapple Express, opening August 8. In the film, which he co-wrote with partner Evan Goldberg, Rogen plays a pot-smoking process server (Rogen) who goes on the run with his drug-dealing buddy (James Franco) after witnessing a murder. Next up is the Kevin Smith comedy Zack and Miri Make a Porno, which opens in October. He plays Zack, a slacker who seeks to solve his money woes by making a porn film with his friend Miri (Elizabeth Banks).

    Looking further ahead, he’s also set to team up again with frequent collaborator Judd Apatow for a new (as-yet-untitled) comedy co-staring Adam Sandler. Sandler and Rogen will both play stand-up comedians. The rest of the cast has yet to be announced, but rumors are circulating that Eric Bana may have a role.

    And finally, there’s The Green Hornet, based on the character from 1930s serials and the 1960s television series. Although the project doesn’t have an official green light yet, Rogen and Goldberg have been working on a script which focuses on the relationship between the title hero and his sidekick, Kato (famously portrayed by Bruce Lee in the TV series).

    Click on the link below to read the entire indepth interview (it’s a good one):

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    Pineapple Express Movie Posters

    Friday, May 9th, 2008


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    Release date: Friday August 8, 2008
    Genre: Action-Comedy
    Director: David Gordon Green
    Studio: Columbia Pictures (Sony)
    Producer(s): Judd Apatow, Shauna Robertson
    Screenplay: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
    Cast: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Gary Cole, Rosie Perez
    Official Site: ridetheexpress.com
    Rating: R for pervasive language, drug use, sexual references and violence
    Available film art: Pineapple Express movie posters

    Synopsis
    On their way to becoming self-actualized adults, a duo of delinquent dudes find themselves stymied by unfortunate habits. But when stuck-in-neutral process server Dale Denton (Rogen) inadvertently witnesses a drug-related murder, he and his bug Saul (Franco) find that sometimes the motivation you need to make something of your life is a mob of fugitives hunting you down.

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