There’s a whole new slew of new films on DVD. There’s the caper flick The Brothers Bloom, Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself, the political satire In the Loop, Sam Rockwell’s Oscar-worthy turn in Moon, Rob Zombie’s horror flick Halloween II and a drama about Palestinians trying to find a new life in Illinois called Amreeka. Also coming out on DVD are four movies that premiered on Comcast On Demand today – The Hurt Locker, Fame, Departures and Post Grad. Get more details below.
The Brothers Bloom
Adrien Brody is a reluctant grifter who lets his eager brother (Mark Ruffalo) talk him into one more job, swindling a bored and eccentric heiress (Rachel Weisz) out of her fortune. Things get complicated when their initial plan doesn’t work, and they wind up taking her on as an accomplice in their con jobs, with unexpectedly funny and romantic results. You can watch the first 7 minutes of the film right here on Fancast.
Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself
Tyler Perry returns as Madea, and this time she’s involved with a self-absorbed woman (Taraji P. Henson) trying to hit it big as a singer who finds herself saddled with taking care of her late sister’s three troubled children.
Sam Rockwell proves his unheralded greatness in the role of a lifetime in this Sundance hit. He stars as Sam Bell, who’s been alone for three years on a lunar outpost monitoring an automated mining facility with the help of an A.I. companion named Gerty (Kevin Spacey). He is desperate to end his contract and return to his family, but things start to go awry when he discovers an exact duplicate of himself and begins to realize the corporation he works for has a life-shattering plan to keep Sam in his position forever.