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As you can see here, Rosie doesn't quite know what the right thing may be, or how she might go about doing that right thing.

U.S. Region 1 releases>>
- Do the Right Thing (20th Anniversary release)
- The Education of Charlie Banks (directed by Fred Durst--whaaaaaaaaaa?!?)
- Kaidan (a 2007 reinterpretation of classic Japanese horror)
- King of Kings (1961) (imdb says "The Life of Christ" - need you say anything else?)
- The Legend of Big Foot/Snowbeast! (there's-monsters-in-them-hills schlock from the mid 70s)
- Lookin’ to Get Out (Hal Ashby, Jon "He Bit Me!" Voight, and Baby Jolie)
- Monster X Strikes Back (starring Takeshi Kitano - ahh, it is Guilala! Run!)
- Oliver Twist (1922)
- Pedro (on Pedro Zamora, the Poz Real World Cast member from the mid 90s)
- Rip! A Remix Manifesto (a doc about remixin'; could be interestin...)
- Split Sides: Merce Cunningham Dance Company
- They Call Me Bruce? (25th Anniversary Edition) (hey, that goofy Korean looks like Bruce Lee!)
- Tokyo! (directed by Bong Joon-Ho, Michel Gondry, Leos Carax)
- 12 Rounds (starring another WCW wrestler)

Multi-region and other foreign releases>>
- Che, 1 & 2 (dir. Steven Soderbergh) (Region 2 PAL UK)
- The House by the Cemetery (there's a house, it's by the cemetery, it's 1981, it's Lucio Fulci) (Region 2 PAL UK)
- Macabre (dir. Lamberto Bava) (Region 2 PAL UK)
- Modern Boy (an action/drama set in Korea's colonial period) (DVD Region 3)
- Push (a sort of unofficial adaptation of Marvel's "Exiles?") (Region 2 PAL UK)
- The Scam ("where sleek black suits hide white-collar crime", via Korea) (DVD Region 3)
- Sleepless (directed by Dario Argento, but since it's from 2001 it may not be worth the bother) (Region 2 PAL UK)
- Surveillance (David Lynch's daughter directs Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond in a weird and ultraviolent thriller) (Region 2 PAL UK)

Region 1 Blu-Ray releases>>
- Do the Right Thing (20th Anniversary release)
- Tokyo! (directed by Bong Joon-Ho, Michel Gondry, Leos Carax) – movie

1 comment:

Justin said...

I love Gondry! His part of Tokyo! was surreal yet humane, just really, truly incredible.

Check out the DVD (just released) and the trailer here: http://bit.ly/TokyoTheMovie