Moviefone’s New Release Pick of the Week
“The FP”

What’s It About? In a hyper-ridiculous society that bares a few similarities to our own, a mysterious eye-patch-wearing hero battles evil gang leaders in “Dance, Dance Revolution”-style combat where only one man walks away.
See It Because: Is it cheesy? Absolutely. Is it technically good? Not really. But an over-the-top midnight movie like this is perfect for a get-together with friends.

Moviefone’s Blu-ray Pick of the Week
“Evita,” “Newsies,” and “Sister Act 1″ & “2” Anniversary Editions
What’s It About? They were crowd-pleasers then, and they’re crowd-pleasers now; four musical hits from the ’90s are already eligible for “Anniversary editions.”
See It Because: They’re entertaining as hell. (Also, did we mention you could win all four for free in our giveaway?)

New on DVD & Blu-ray
“And Everything is Going Fine” (Criterion Collection)
What’s It About? Steven Soderbergh’s documentary of Spalding Gray, the acclaimed playwright/performance artist who commited suicide in 2004, is a celebratory and bittersweet look into the artist’s psyche.
See It or Skip It: See it.
(Also Available on Amazon Instant Video)

“Big Miracle”
What’s It About? This true story tale, of a small-town effort to rescue three whales trapped under Alaskan ice, features enough great character actors and better-than-you-expect writing to raise it above schmaltz.
See It or Skip It: See it.
(Also Available on Amazon Instant Video)

“Cat Run”
What’s It About? The director of “Into the Blue” and “Blue Crush” makes a crime caper starring the ridiculously sexy Paz Vega that is ridiculously shallow.
See It or Skip It: Skip it.
(Also Available on Amazon Instant Video)

“Gray’s Anatomy” (Criterion Collection)
What’s It About? Along with “And Everything…,” Criterion has re-released Soderbergh’s collaboration with Gray: a filmed version of his one-man show dealing with his health problems and his comically neurotic pursuits for alternative medicine.
See It or Skip It: See it.

“Jeff, Who Lives At Home”
What’s It About? A great cast (Ed Helms, Jason Segel) is wasted on another quirky indie movie about old slackers and their views on life.
See It or Skip It: Skip it.
(Also Available on Redbox DVD & Blu-ray | Amazon Instant Video)

“Project X”
What’s It About? Making a teen sex party movie by framing it as a found-footage mockumentary, is the perfect way to amplify the R-rated crassness, logic be damned. But the fact that life has imitated art — and real kids have tried to ape the movie’s out-of-control party scenario — has turned this little comedy into a weird examination of modern teen id.
See It or Skip It: See it, for psychological insight.
(Also Available on Amazon Instant Video)

Watch an Exclusive Clip from “Project X”


“Seeking Justice”
What’s It About? Nic Cage. Action movie. We thought it was direct-to-video; turns out it wasn’t. Yikes.
See It or Skip It: Skip it.
(Also Available on Redbox)

“Wanderlust”
What’s It About? It tanked at the box office, and it wasn’t as funny as Paul Rudd and director David Wain’s last team-up (“Role Models”), but it’s funny enough for a viewing.
See It or Skip It: See it.
(Also Available on Amazon Instant Video)

New to Blu-ray
“The Colossus of New York” (1958)

Guy Maddin’s “Keyhole”

“The Raconteurs: Live at Montreux 2008″

“The Space Children” (1958)

New to Redbox
“In Bruges”

“Red Tails” DVD & Blu-ray

“Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” DVD & Blu-ray

“Spider-Man” (2002)

“This Means War” DVD & Blu-ray

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