I'll never quite understand why some holiday-specific films wait an entire year before they come out on DVD. I mean, I guess I understand it: no one's likely to buy a Christmas film in the middle of April, I suppose. Still, it seems...suboptimal, somehow. Anyway, if you missed Hop last year, you finally have the chance to catch it on Blu-Ray now, as it came out last...on Friday of last week, for some reason.
Oh, and there are a bunch of other movies that are probably far more worthy of your time than Hop. Although, looking at the list below...maybe not.
This actually came out on March 23rd, something like a year after it was originally released. Time to celebrate the birth of Jesus by watching a movie where a CGI bunny poops out eggs!
|2. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close|
I'm tempted to watch this just to check out how awful it might be, but then...nah! Why bother.
|3. A Dangerous Method|
Cronenberg is always worth watching, and I like all of the actors involved, but we'll see how much I dig this one. It looks a little reserved.
|4. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked|
Man, if kids nowadays are going to remember this tripe as their childhood, I don't really have a lot of hope for the future. Well, there's that and then there's the rising shorelines and global climate change and an economy that'll eventually topple in on itself. But nope, the Chipmunks films are still the worst.
|5. In the Land of Blood and Honey|
...and rape. They probably should've thrown that on to the end of the title. Blood and Honey and Rape. Might've affected the box office, though.
|6. The Broken Tower|
James Franco stars in yet another low-budget experimental thing about blah, blah, blah.
|7. Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel|
I hear this will be streaming on one of the various streaming services very soon, so I won't go out and buy it, but I'm still madly interested in watching it.
|8. South Park|
|9. A Night to Remember|