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dvds2.jpgIs it just me or is this a depressingly slow summer for movies for people over the age of 14? Flicks are one of my favorite pastimes — in addition to reading, writing and flying upside down — but aside from this one I haven’t been to a movie in quite a while. Just haven’t been tempted by any of the offerings.

Instead, I have started picking up DVDs at River City Books. Some folks are surprised to learn that RCB carries some of the latest-greatest video releases, but it’s as true as a blue sky. Not only does River City stock a number of blockbusters, they also carry a number of documentaries and indie films that you really just don’t get many places.

I’ll try to make a point to mention some of these great buys more often, but next time you’re in the neighborhood, stop by the store and check them out for yourself. Because I won’t possibly be able to name them all — inventory regularly being updated — and as quick-witted as I may be for a bird, I can’t know whether you’re in the mood for a romantic comedy or drama.

Though I will venture to say one thing with certainty: At River City you’ll spot at least one movie that you’ll want to see and that you can’t find in the current roster of movies playing at your favorite theater.

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