With "Fellowship of the Ring" and "Attack of the Clones" released this week, the blockbusters are likely to steal the thunder from some of the much smaller and equally worthy art house films. Still, the extended version of Peter Jackson's Tolkien spectacle tops my list for the week.
The movie is even longer than the title of this new 4 DVD boxed set, and it's about 30 minutes longer than the version released to theaters. For anybody who just can't get enough hobbits, elves, and ringwraiths.
This 1974 film about Andy Warhol factory star Edie Sedgwick comes loaded with unseen footage of Edie.
"Dogtown and Z-Boys" If you've seen but can't get enough skateboarding action, give this Super 8 film a try. With Tony Alva and Lance Mountain.
Tom Sawyer's debut film about a repressed computer scientist and his relationship to his robot.
German revolutionaries have to face their bomb-throwing history.
A gritty look at life in Astoria, Queens, starring cast members from the "Sopranos."