Picked up block party and all I can say is that it a huge disappoint for me. Pretty boring IMO.
I imagine a bunch of casual Chappelle fans are going to expect a bunch of Dave himself, when in fact it's more or less a concert DVD. From that aspect, it's fantastic. The live sets sounds great, especially Dead Prez and Mos Def. The Unrated version is the only one to feature the complete sets as well. I liked the whole "homecoming" aspect of the doc, too.
"Equilibrium"? I'm not surprised a lot of you are just now hearing about it. I ended up suggesting it to two people this past week in anticipation of Kurt Wimmer's "Ultraviolet", and they both loved it. I watched it myself about a week ago. It wasn't as fun as the first time, but still a great Sci Fi flick. Its biggest mistake was promoting itself as being better than "The Matrix", which is on the actual cover art (not the generic art pictured above), and there are no similarities, really. They made a great flick with an incredibly low budget, right down to using Cadillac STS's, painted solid white, inside and out, and they STILL looked futuristic. In a nutshell, it's about a society who's feelings are outlawed. Yeah, supression with the one lone hero to change it all has been done before, but coupled with the introduction of Gunkata, and Christian Bale in the lead, it's absolutely insane. What a fun movie.
I also liked "16 Blocks". I think I may get it before the weeks out, along with "Green Street Hooligans". Elijah Wood is on a role, and to think he could have stopped after LOTR. A great follow-up to "Everything Is Illuminated". "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" started off great, but I found myself not giving a **** about the needlessly oversexed (and distracting) plot, and boring characters. I liked the noir feel, but it went flat about 1/2 way into it, IMO.
As for Neil Young, he's like Johnny Cash to me. Interesting person, but the music is pretty monotonous. That, and I don't dig musicians that say they write for themselves, then cash in on the war with their album titles, not to mention he's Canadian to begin with.