Published Apr 14, 2010It's Wednesday, which means Exclaim! has put together our weekly package of reviews for your at-home movie-watching needs. Just head to our Recently Reviewed motion section to see what's in store.
First up, Richard Curtis, the same guy who brought you Love Actually and Notting Hill, has given a DVD release to his new Pirate Radio, which brings you back to the mid-'60s when rock'n'roll was not played on the radio. And speaking of rock'n'roll, director Allan Arkush has decided to re-release 1979's Rock 'n' Roll High School, which has earned our Exclaim! Mark of Excellence.
Also new this week, we have the new Meg Ryan comedy Serious Moonlight, the stand-up release Robin Williams: Weapons of Self-Destruction and The Prisoner, the mini-series based on the 1967 cult series of the same name. And if you're looking for a movie on the '80s punk movement, check out Suburbia.
Last but not least, The Lord of the Rings trilogy has finally made it onto Blu-ray, while Andy Bichlbaum, Mike Bonanno and Kurt Engfehr take aim at corporate America with their The Yes Men Fix the World.
Find reviews of all of these releases and more by consulting the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed motion section.