Published Jul 15, 2009Here at Exclaim! we think it's cool to participate in outdoor summer activities such as cycling, hiking and swimming. Still, when you come home sweaty and tired after partaking in such strenuous activities, there's nothing better than throwing on a brand new DVD and letting your muscles relax on the couch for a few hours. Check out this week's DVD review round-up to help be sure your flick picks don't suck.
First up, we have a quaint adventure movie, The Stone of Destiny, which follows Scottish nationalist Ian Hamilton as he steals an ancient Scottish relic in the name of patriotism.
To add another notch to the belt of the lascivious teen movie franchise, we've reviewed Van Wilder: Freshman Year Unrated which provides viewers with the chance to take in some particularly archetypal and inappropriate scenes not originally included in the theatrical version of the film.
This week, there's also a plethora of music DVD reviews, like History on My Arms with Dee Dee Ramone, David Bowie's VH1 Storytellers, as well as others. We suggest checking out Bananaz, the Gorillaz documentary that gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the difficulties associated with managing a critically acclaimed cartoon band.
But wait, that's not all. There are tons of other reviews to check out at Exclaim.ca (especially those of television series) such as Reba: Season Six, Girls Next Door: Season Five, Entourage: Season Five and even more.