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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for the Week of March 20, 2012

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This week sees several big titles releasing on DVD and Blu-ray, including several Academy Award-nominated films.

The Muppets, David Fincher’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy are among the top releases.

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Blink_441725d ago

buying girl with the dragon tattoo for SURE

JL1725d ago

I'll be picking up that one at some point as well. Probably The Muppets too. And I've been hearing about Battle Royale so much lately (nothing but good things) that I already ordered that one. Tinker Tailor I'll end up just getting through Netflix.

Meanwhile, I still need to go pick up The Adventures of Tintin from last week. That's probably the one I want the most right now. Loved that movie.

Soldierone1725d ago

I still have to get TinTin too, I've been hearing it was awesome.

However I'm super happy The Muppets is finally out, not because I want it, but because we don't have to watch those commercials much longer ;) haha

Blink_441725d ago

I might get tinker tailor also but my mom saw it and said it was confusing and not worth getting. But my mom does get confused easily

DarkBlood1725d ago

nice season one of *thats 70 show* finally on blu-ray

aDDicteD1725d ago

good releases this time, the muppets are surprisingly good but if i get to have one among the list it would be the girl with the dragon tatoo, that movie was really great and it was better than the original film, which was hard to execute since the originals are most of the time better. it was directed pretty well and the cast delivered.

JL1724d ago

I really enjoyed the Swedish version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. That's part of the reason I've been hesitant to watch Fincher's version. Or maybe not hesitant per se, but just not rushed, since it was only a couple years ago that I saw a really good version as it is. I'll definitely get around to it, though, as it seems it turned out really well, which I admit I had reservations about.