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On Demand picks
September 10, 2010

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RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) It’s not boring, but it’s awfully silly. Sylvester Stallone clomps through the jungle, singlehandedly outwitting the Vietnamese, getting madder by the minute because he’s been manipulated by government duplicity about his buddies missing in action — which makes him not only a killer, but a self-righteous one. (R; runs through Sept. 20)

ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) German shepherd comes back from the pearly gates to rescue a little girl in New Orleans, circa 1939. Adequately executed animation, but derivative, recalling a handful of angel films, plus such roguish dog animations as “Lady and the Tramp’’ and “Oliver & Company.’’ (G; runs through Sept. 23)

MOUSE HUNT
(Comcast Movies: All Movies) This one-joke farce about two brothers who inherit an old house, and nearly wreck it trying to get rid of a mouse, largely wastes the talents of Nathan Lane and Lee Evans. The best thing in the film is its dark, gloomy atmosphere, which often diverts you from its unfortunate echoes of “Home Alone.’’ (PG; runs through Sept. 23)