Yes, I’d like a ticket please! TO EVERY SHOW!!
Some good stuff is coming out today on DVD and video, and then there is that Martin Lawrence movie.
So choose what you will as we proudly present the new DVD and video releases for Tuesday, April 16, 2002.
Domestic Disturbance (PG-13)- Natural father protects son from abusive stepfather. (John Travolta, Vince Vaughn, Teri Polo)
Black Knight (PG-13)- A hustler from the present is transported to Middle Ages. (Martin Lawrence, Tom Wilkinson, Marsha Thomason)
The Deep End (R)- A mother covers up for her son’s involvement in a murder. (Tilda Swinton, Goran Visnjic, Jonathan Tucker)
The Man Who Wasn’t There (R)- A 1940s barber blackmails his wife’s lover. (Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, James Gandolfini)
Texas Rangers (PG-13)- A band of young cowboys clean up the West after Civil War. (Dylan McDermott, James Van Der Beek, Usher Raymond)
Kids In The Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (Not Rated)- Catch the insanity on and off the stage with The Kids in the Hall as they barnstorm across North America on their historic 2000 reunion tour. This hysterical documentary, directed by Dave Foley, goes almost too far behind the scenes as Canada’s funny fab five get their act together and take it on the road.
Paragraph 175 (Not Rated)- The untold chapter of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. (Rupert Everett)
Perfume (R)- Two women struggle in New York City’s fashion industry. (Carmen Electra, Omar Epps, Peter Gallagher)
Rough Air (Not Rated)- An airplane becomes a thrill ride when crago door is lost. (Eric Roberts, Alexandra Paul)
Tape (R)- Three high school friends reunite to finish their past. (Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, Robert Sean Leonard)
Wrong Number (Not Rated)- An Internet millionaire is murdered. (Eric Roberts, Brigitte Bako)
Me likes Nelly! The female Nelly! Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the music of the male Nelly, but he just doesn’t do it for me, y’know, sexually. The female Nelly does. That is why I have stated that I like her. Yup! I likes me some Nelly!
With a new CD due there’s little rest for Nelly Furtado.