Win Win Blu-Ray To Wrestle Wallets In August, Seek It Out
How often does a movie come out about wrestling that doesnít suck? Win Win really doesnít suck; of course it isnít about wrestling, exactly, either. Itís hard to tell this, as the film promotes the wrestling thing in excess and few people saw it to begin with during its decently limited release. Win Win only came to my liberal artsy college town for one weekend before disappearing as quietly as it came. What you should know about Win Win is it features Paul Giamatti in a more winning role than Barneyís Version. That, and Cinema Blendís Katey Rich liked the film.
Iím a sucker for Eminem references and Melanie Lynskey, which both appear in Win Win so Iíve done my best to promote the film. The only other card I have up my sleeve is its DVD and Blu-Ray release date and special features list, courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Win Win streets on August 30 and comes with a discussion of the film, as well as deleted scenes. Several Sundance interviews are included, but there are no hints as to whether these will be panel interviews, or something more informal. The video for ďThink You Can WaitĒ by The National will round out the special features, but if youíd rather, you can just check it out, below.
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