COMEDY 4 IN 1 REVIEWED
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story – Simply amazing parody on par with the ZAZ team on their best days. Pokes huge holes through “Coal Miner’s Daughter” and “Walk the Line”. Jenna Fischer has never looked better and I completely buy Jack White as Elvis Presley. The best film on the set.
The Brothers Solomon – Completely underrated gem written by Will Forte before he finally caught on with his new FOX show. Forte and Arnett play well off each other, as they milk an insane premise. It’s coming up on its 10th anniversary and it just now gets a Blu-ray release. Priorities, people!
Fired Up! – Two football players hide out at a Cheer camp. It’s PG-13, so interest is nil.
Balls Out – This movie is only memorable to me, because SONY sent me a jock strap promoting the film when it was first released. Now, it’s crammed on a disc with an equally forgettable movie. Irony.
- 1.78:1, 1.85:1, 2.35:1 1080p transfers
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 10/4/16
The Plot Thus Far
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
(2007) – Color – Rated R
John C. Reilly, Kristen Wiig, Tim Meadows
One of the most iconic figures in rock history, Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) had it all: the women (over 411 served), the friends (Elvis, The Beatles) and the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle (a close and personal relationship with every pill and powder known to man). But most of all, he had the music that transformed a dimwitted country boy into the greatest American rock star who never lived. A wild and wicked send-up of every musical biopic ever made, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story is gut-busting proof that when it comes to hard rocking, living and laughing, a hard man is good to find.
The Brothers Solomon
(2007) – Color – Rated R
Will Arnett, Will Forte, Kristen Wiig
“A Hilarious Off-Center Comedy, Which Plays Like Dumb & Dumber meets Knocked Up…” – Adam Graham, Detroit News
When their dying father wishes to meet his first grandchild, the Solomon brothers find it’s easier said than done. The lads have no idea how to talk to a woman, let along convince her to have a baby. Realizing the future of their family lies in their hands, the clueless duo set out to “make a baby for Dad.”
(2009) – Color –
Danneell Harris, Eric Christian Olsen, Sarah Roemer
“The funniest, craziest and zaniest teen movie ever.” – Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV
Ford High’s star football players scheme to ditch football camp so they can spend the summer surrounded by beautiful girls at cheer camp. The guys are having the time of their lives until one of the players falls for the head cheerleader who’s suspicious of their motives, the players must change their game to prove their intentions before the thrilling cheer competition finals.
Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach
(2009) – Color – Rated R
Seann William Scott, Randy Quaid
From the director of Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle & Dude Where’s My Car?
Gary is an overenthusiastic high school janitor who steps-up to lead the school’s loser tennis team to the state finals when the acting coach drops dead. The brash and often insulting new coach is intent on inspiring these underdogs not only to win, but also to stand-up for themselves.