- “Johnny Depp: Triple Feature”
“Edward Scissorhands,” “From Hell,” and “Benny & Joon” equals three times the Johnny Depp for the price of one.
- “Brad Pitt: Triple Feature”
“Mr & Mrs. Smith,” “Kalifornia,” and “Thelma & Louise” equals three times the Brad Pitt for the price of one.
- “Leonardo DiCaprio: Triple Feature”
“The Beach,” “The Man In The Iron Mask,” and “Romeo + Juliet” equals three times the Leo DiCaprio for the price of one. Dang, these people know what the ladies want this year huh?
- “The Duchess”
Keira Knightley plays a rich bitch queen (and relative of the late Princess Di) who’s miserable in her marriage. Must run in the family….
- “Ghost Town”
Performances by Ricky Gervais, Tea Leoni and Greg Kennear make a rom-com that sounds bad actually good.
- “Savage Grace”
Julianne Moore plays the jet-setting Bakelite heiress and socialite in this edgy true story that was screened at Sundance and Cannes.
- Gay Happening Presents Greatest Dance Hits Nonstop
Okay, I’ll admit it: I only reviewed this record because the title is HI-larious. If you want to test yourself to see if you’re a generic gay man, buy this record chock full of Madonna covers and early-’90s dance jams.
- Ferry Corsten Twice In A Blue Mon
This trance DJ from the Netherlands makes me wish I had a glow stick handy. Plus, his remix of The Killers “Human” is almost better than the original.
- Leona Lewis Run
The songstress sings her catalog of ballads and sappy pop songs. Nice voice, wussy music.