Revolutionary Road, Addicted to Plastic, True Blood and More Evaluated, Analysed and Reviewed in This Week's DVD Round-Up

<i>Revolutionary Road</i>, <i>Addicted to Plastic</i>, <i>True Blood</i> and More Evaluated, Analysed and Reviewed in This Week's DVD Round-Up
Wednesday is the perfect night to kick back, relax and watch a newly released DVD. Are you in the mood for some post-WWII period drama? Or maybe an action-thriller? We've got all that and more in our DVD review section.

Bearing the Exclaim! mark of excellence, Sam Mendes's Revolutionary Road offers viewers a set of complex character interactions, as well as the incredible chemistry of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

Eco-doc Addicted to Plastic explores the potentially detrimental effect the material will have on our environment in the future thanks to overuse.

Given its "straight-to-DVD" standing, we assumed Killshot, starring Diane Lane, Mickey Rourke and Joseph Gordon-Levitt was crappy. Turns out, it's pretty entertaining, if you take it at face value.

Tony Scott and need I mention, Quentin Tarantino's True Romance is a bad-ass classic, and when upgraded to Blu-Ray, with extended scenes and in-depth commentary, the film shines again.

But that's not all! We've also got DVD reviews of HBO's kitschy vampire series True Blood, Christian teen-western Love Takes Wings, a performance by Paul Simon and friends celebrating his Gershwin Prize at the Library of Congress, and a Che Guevara doc to boot.

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