Time to go shopping, Patrollers! We at the DVD Patrol know that it’s hunting season whether you are out in the woods hunting or in the stores trying to track those great bargains down for Christmas shopping. The ultimate hunter, the Toddster, has some options for you if you want to take a break or to get a few gift ideas. Time to look!
New on DVD
Angels and Demons - Based on the best selling book, Tom Hanks and Director Ron Howard are back in action as they team for the hit action sequel of the year. After the events of the Davinci Code, Professor Robert Langdon (Hanks) became even more famous than he already was. Now, his help is needed once more as a murder has happened that may involve the Catholic Church. What makes this so strange the victim has strange religious symbols carved into their skin. Langdon is recruited to try and sort out the mystery. The more he finds out, the evidence points towards a strange conspiracy. Will Langdon be able to sort everything out? A third book involving Langdon has been written and there may rumblings of another sequel already being planned. Stay Tuned!!
Four Christmases - The Patrol has just the movie to start the Holidays off right with a great comedy from Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon. Most people like to get together for the holidays. That doesn’t exactly apply to Brad (Vaughn) and Kate (Witherspoon). They have always been able to come up with an excuse year after year to avoid being with their families. Each of their families are divorced and there are a lot of issues to say the least. After they get stranded at the Airport, their getaway plans are used in a news story and pretty much exposes them. Brad thinks he has the plan when he tells Kate that they will go to all four of their parents to have a fast Holiday with them and still be able to keep some of their own plans. Things don’t go exactly as planned. How will Brad and Kate sort out going to each of their families’ parties? Vaughn has a lot of great DVDs including “Starsky and Hutch,” “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,” and “The Break Up (with Jennifer Aniston)