The Last Song
Nicholas Sparks. Miley Cyrus. I'll hand this one over to reviewer John Gholson: "The Last Song is not one of Sparks' stronger efforts -- a shaggy, rambling screenplay that doesn't have a narrative so much as it loosely assembles a series of moments that Miley Cyrus can storm away from while saying, "You never told me about (fill in the blank)!!!" Though he does say, in the end, that it's "tolerable," that's not much to go on, so Skip It on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Furry Vengeance

It's just not a good day for new, mainstream stuff. If you don't want Miley, you can dig into Brendan Fraser taking on another crappy family comedy. (If not great dramatic roles, couldn't he at least find good family fare?) In her review, Dawn Taylor wrote: "Fraser merely serves as mugging, gibbering foil to a bunch of angry animals who do terrible things to him. Sometimes, movies of this nature are quite funny -- Gore Verbinski's Mouse Hunt comes to mind -- but usually they are not. This one isn't." Skip it on DVD and Blu-ray.

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