Ted As a kid in Boston, John (Mark Wahlberg) just wanted his stuffed bear best friend to come to life. Magically one night, Ted is born--a living, breathing, farting, cussing, drinking and carousing teddy bear who accompanies John into adulthood and right into the relationship he develops with Lori (Mila Kunis). When Lori dumps John for not giving up his beloved pal, all hell breaks loose and John forces Ted to get his own place and a real job. It's mostly funny, very raunchy, uneven at times and probably too long, but overall it's a blast to watch. You don't necessarily have to be a fan of writer-director Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy brand of humor--but it helps. Extras: Making-of, gag reel, feature commentary (DVD/BD); the BD adds deleted scenes, a featurette on John and Ted's hilarious motel duke-out and alternate takes.
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The Bourne Legacy The weakest of the Bourne movies, it isn't necessarily Jeremy Renner to blame. Renner as Bourne and Rachel Weisz as a medical researcher who survives a workplace massacre and is now on the run turn in terrific performances in a film that sort of makes sense, sort of doesn't, has something to do with pills you should or should not take, references to anything and everything from the previous trilogy you may or may not remember, by the time the plot sorts itself out your head's been spinning for an hour plus. The last 45 minutes are fast and furious though, with a terrifying motorcycle chase that almost makes up for the first half of the film. Extras: Deleted scenes, featurettes on the aforementioned chase and reimagining the Bourne universe, and director commentary (DVD/BD)
Ice Age: Continental Drift The fourth installment in this mysteriously neverending franchise has Scrat and his scraggly gang embark on a wacky adventure involving pirates at sea.
Miami Connection Drafthouse Films has committed this masterpiece of terrible 1980s filmmaking to Blu-ray and it's certainly a party. If you know nothing about this film that had an almost nonexistent release back in 1987, the plot involves a rock band called Dragon Sound who wages war against a criminal band of ninjas who are moving in on the Florida drug trade, drunk bikers, coke dealers and basically the entire south Florida crime syndicate. Extras: A making-of, 20 minutes of deleted scenes, Dragon Sound's 25th anniversary concert, promotional videos and more.
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