Published Jul 08, 2009It's easy to feel blue when Wednesday (aka Hump Day) comes along. The most paradoxical of days, Wednesdays are not quite the weekend and yet occur late enough in the week that one cannot rightly complain. But, hey, we have the remedy for your Hump Day blues and it involves consumption of Exclaim! content. Check out our new DVD reviews and we guarantee that this Wednesday will be the best Hump Day yet.
This week, we've reviewed Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, a terribly Caucasian take on the '90s arcade game and its sexy femme fatale, along with the venerable and timeless comedy Space Balls on Blu-ray. We've also got reviews of Push, featuring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning, which involves an evil corporation conspiring to capture the two protagonists with paranormal powers, and The Cell 2 on Blu-ray, which can basically be summed up as a bunch of close-up booby shots.
These titles aside, we recommend 1959 action/thriller North West Frontier, which bares the Exclaim! mark of excellence. Starring Lauren Bacal and Kenneth More, the story takes place at the turn of the 20th century on the India/Pakistan border, where a Hindu/Muslim conflict is occurring. Filmed on a moving Indian train, the film is politically charged and action-packed, and exhibits the incredible acting chops of both Bacal and More.
But that's not the end of our reviews. We've got a ton more at Exclaim.ca, including the America-hating doc Liberty USA, the sociopathic Bart Got A Room and Knowing with Nick Cage.
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