Hit & Miss, Wreck-It Ralph 

New DVD/VOD Tuesday, March 5

click to enlarge Hit & Miss - BFS
  • BFS
  • Hit & Miss

Hit & Miss: Season 1
The 2012 DirecTV series seen by almost no one: A transsexual contract killer (Chloe Sevigny—who else?) struggles with new family issues (she’s a dad!) while doing her job as an assassin. Sevigny handles an Irish accent as well as a penis. (BFS)

Wreck-It Ralph
Tired of being a bad guy, Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) jumps to other videogames in hopes of becoming a hero, inadvertently putting the entire arcade at risk. Will he save the day and learn a lesson? Are you unfamiliar with Disney? (Disney)

Playing for Keeps
A former soccer star (Gerard Butler) returns home to reconnect with his son by coaching the kids’ soccer team, explicably flustering moms while maintaining that haircut. The rom-com that proves soccer can’t be made interesting. (FilmDistrict)

Lay the Favorite
A Las Vegas cocktail waitress (Rebecca Hall) becomes caught up bookies (Bruce Willis—again!), drugged-up nutjobs (Vince Vaughn), jealous wives (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and random Pacey-looking dudes (Joshua Jackson). (The Weinstein Co.)

Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter
When a weirdo family moves to the block and neighbors start disappearing, weirdo amateur detective Elfie (Jaime Winstone) knows what’s up: cannibal clan! The rare film to score zero percent on Rotten Tomatoes—so, enjoy! (Screen Media)

More New DVD Releases (March 5)
California Solo, The Bay, Collaborator, A Dark Truth, Duck Dynasty: Season 2 Vol. 1, Grave Encounters 2, Gun Hill Road, Heleno, Interview With a Hitman, The Marine 3: Homefront, Red Dawn, Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You, Thorne, Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Twitter: @Bill_Frost

Pin It
Favorite

More by Bill Frost

  • Nope for Christmas

    8 excuses for not visiting family over the holidays
    • Dec 17, 2014
  • Anger Management

    Anger Management finally reaches 100 episodes. In other news, Anger Management is still on
    • Dec 17, 2014
  • More »

Latest in DVD Reviews

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

© 2014 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation