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That crazy little pup known as Marley hit DVD this week. It’s a great movie, but I thought it was too intense for a PG rating and should have been rated PG-13. Do you agree with me?
New on DVD this week:
Marley and Me (single-disc and 2-Disc Bad Boy Edition). Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston star in this real-life story about a couple and their unruly dog.
Seven Pounds. Will Smith stars in this mysterious movie about a guy who grants strangers wishes in order to atone for a past mistake. But when he falls in love with a woman with heart problems (Rosario Dawson), his plan starts to unravel.
Slumdog Millionaire. Danny Boyle directed this touching story about an 18 year-old orphan from the slums of Mumbai who’s competing on India’s “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” Amazon is running a note that some of the DVDs are missing the special features. So if yours doesn’t include special features, call their hotline at (888) 223-4FOX to receive a replacement DVD. [
Moviegoers went out to see Nicolas Cage save the world this weekend, with “Knowing” coming in at the top slot. Julia Roberts and Clive Owen didn’t fare as well with “Duplicity.” Here’s the scoop from Box Office Mojo:
- Knowing, $24.60M
- I Love You, Man, $17.81M
- Duplicity, $13.96M
- Race to Witch Mountain, $12.78M
- Watchmen, $6.80M
- The Last House on the Left, $5.77M
- Taken, $4.05M
- Slumdog Millionaire, $2.67M
- Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, $2.56M
- Coraline, $2.13M
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