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New on DVD, November 25, 2008

What to Netflix: New DVD Tuesday

All of the new DVD releases hit stores (and Netflix) on Tuesdays. So each week in What to Netflix: New DVD Tuesday, I sort through the best of the batch and tell you what to add to your queue. In addition to my picks below, you can now pick up Fred Claus starring Vince Vaughn and Paul Giamatti.

Will Smith's Summer blockbuster has a clever premise at the heart of it: If we genuinely look at what life might be like for a modern-day superhero — especially one with rage issues — what challenges might this guy face? Smith manages to balance the humor of this role along with the badass superhero elements and the result is an all-around entertaining performance. I also think Jason Bateman who plays Smith's PR guy is a real highlight of the movie and reason enough to add it to your queue.

Special features include an unrated version of the movie with footage not seen in theaters, a stunts featurette, and behind-the-scenes footage.

Two more television gems up next, so


Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 6
The farther we get into the new 90210, the more anxious I am to watch the original Beverly Hills, 90210 when I get the chance. I know for some purists the later seasons of the show got a little too nuts but I think the post-Brenda era (which includes Tiffani-Amber Thiessen as evil vixen Valerie Malone) is totally awesome in its own way.

Season six includes Donna's abusive relationship with that guy Ray, Brandon gets addicted to gambling again, and I'm pretty sure this is the season Kelly dabbles in coke. What's not to love?

Freaks & Geeks: Complete Series
Technically I'm not positive this special version of Freaks and Geeks is available on Netflix but I wanted to tell you about it anyway. For those of you who still yearn for more tidbits of your favorite McKinley High stoners, tough kids, bad girls, brains and dorks, this yearbook special edition of the complete series will probably do the trick.

In addition to all the original episodes, commentaries and special features of the regular complete series set, this special version comes with two bonus discs housed in a 40-page yearbook that includes exclusive photos, memorabilia and essays. These new features specifically include original cast auditions, a table read, Museum of Television & Radio Panel, deleted scenes and more.

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Nina_79 Nina_79 8 years
Hancock was one of the worst movies I ever saw. First it's all fun and then it suddenly turns into this weird serious love drama. The film was kind of schizophrenic.
jpullman813 jpullman813 8 years
Why isn't Claire on the 90210 season 6 cover? Wasn't that the season she became a regular? I mean, I always found her semi-boring after she stopped pining after Brandon (and did they ever acknowledge that after she started sleeping with David and Steve?), but she still deserves some recognition. And the post-Brenda years were my favorites! Kelly as the front and center girl, with Valerie as her nemesis was awesome! Reminiscent of Knots Landing with Val and Abby even.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
I was surprisingly disappointed with Hancock. I usually like Will Smith, but it was sort of a weird movie.
alikat07 alikat07 8 years
Yeah, I've also wanted to rewatch the original 90210!
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