Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD & Blu-ray: Free Birds For The Dallas Buyers Club

By: 02.04.14  •  8 Comments

Any sex appeal McConaughey lost along with all that weight he more than regained by growing that amazing mustache.<br />(Photo Credit: Anne Marie Fox / Focus Features)

Still feeling depressed about Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death? Did you lose money on the Super Bowl?  I can’t really help you with either of those problems, but I can share this week’s new DVDs, and that’s got to count for something, right?  It’s a pretty even mix of offerings this week; besides the multiple Oscar-nominated Dallas Buyers Club, we’ve also got an appropriately big, dumb Hollywood action film, a couple romantic comedies, an animated film for kids, a documentary, a few independent films, a thriller, and even a Danny Glover movie. Who doesn’t like a little Danny Glover now and then?

The DVDs:
Dallas Buyers Club
Escape Plan
About Time
Free Birds
Baggage Claim
Cutie And The Boxer
Romeo And Juliet
Mother Of George
A Case Of You
The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister & Pete
From Above

Besides Dallas Buyers Club, there’s another film in the above list nominated for an Oscar this year. There’s also a movie co-starring Brendan Fraser and Vince Vaughn.  Think they might be the same movie? Continue reading and you’ll get that question -and several others nobody has actually asked- answered. I even mention my grandma!

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