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This Week in Blu – Week of November 1st, 2010

November 6, 2010 Written by Allen Tyson

This week in Blu: Flying cars are all the rage, Buzz and Woody fight back against tyrannical children, Connor MacLeod tries not to lose his head and if you find yourself crossing a bridge with a  group of soldiers whistling…run.

It’s the weekend and that means it’s time to pick up a weekend movie. I almost want to call this “classics week.” There are only a few “new” releases with the headline titles all being classics. If you find it hard to catch up on the titles of yesteryear,  a week like this is a good time for it. Also of note for the collectors out there is The Sound of Music has three different releases this week one of which is a digibook, The Bridge on the River Kwai has a nice collector set and the Toy Story Trilogy: Ultimate Toy Box Collection looks to be a nice set as well.

Now on to the list:

The Bridge on the River Kwai
Cars Toon: Mater’s Tall Tales
Centurion
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Dinosaurs Alive! – 3D
Disney’s WOW World of Wonder
ExTerminators
The Goonies: 25th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition
Highlander
Highlander 2
IMAX: Grand Canyon Adventure – River at Risk – 3D
IMAX: Van Gogh – Brush with Genius
Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax: The Big 4 – Live from Sofia, Bulgaria
Ocean Odyssey
The Pacific
Phil Collins: Going Back – Live at the Roseland Ballroom NYC
Salt (PBS)
The Sound of Music: Limited Edition Collector’s Set
The Sound of Music (Digibook) (Blu-ray)
The Sound of Music (Blu-ray)
Thomas Kincade’s Christmas Cottage
Toy Story 3
Toy Story Trilogy: Ultimate Toy Box Collection
V: The Complete First Season
White Christmas
Wild Ocean – 3D

What I’m watching:

Buzz and Woody are like Tango and Cash, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot,Rambo and Troutman. Even though it’s not the best of the trilogy, it’s a feel good movie and fun for the family.

Long before Sir Alec Guinness was a Jedi, he starred in one of the best World War II films ever made. It’s long, tragic, has an all-star cast and is part of modern cinema. While you may have never seen it, I’m sure the theme song has played over and over in your head even if you didn’t know where it was from.

So what are you watching? Share your film choices and why you’re watching them with PlayStation LifeStyle community in the comments below.