• Alexander: Two versions of Oliver Stone's epic flop hit stores today: the theatrical version has commentary from Stone and historian Robin Lane Fox, a behind-the-scenes doc called--wait for it--"Perfect is the Enemy of Good" (pause for snicker), and a featurette called "Vangellis Scores Alexander" (Vangellis!); the Director's Cut has all that, minus Fox's commentary and eight minutes.
  • Downfall: Oscar Hirschbiegel's painstaking recreation of the final days of Adolf Hitler, based on the testimony of the Nazi's secretary. An Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film and a huge international hit.
  • Guess Who: Racially inverted burlesque of Spencer Tracy/Sidney Poitier classic. Regardless of color - would you want Ashton Kutcher dating *your* daughter?
  • Avant-Garde: Experimental Cinema of the 20s and 30s: Selections from the Raymond Roucheur collection, including work by Man Ray, Hans Richter, Marcel Duchamp and Orson Welles.
  • Axl Rose: The Prettiest Star: I'm not even kidding.