"Terminator" is back again, "JFK" is even longer, Dumb gets Dumberer and people are still sinking hooks into "Nemo" in today's Foxlight.

It took him a while to "be back," but here comes the Terminator one more time. "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (search) won't seem any better on a smaller screen, but there are a lot of extras we didn't get to sit through in a theater on the new DVD. I called it a career-ender for Claire Danes, and I meant that in a nice way, because everything else she's done has been so much better. Now I think she'll be fine. And thankfully, Arnold's political career has terminated this series.

Who doesn't love the world according to Oliver Stone? It's always amusing and completely entertaining. And never more so than in "JFK: The Director's Cut." (search) We get 11 deleted or extended scenes, which is great because the first one was something around three hours long.

Want to see what the guys from "Dumb and Dumber" were like before they were played by Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels? Neither did anyone else, but they made the movie anyway and called it "Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd." (search)  

Finally, it's only been out a week, but everyone is finding Nemo. He sold 8 million copies on the first day alone. It's one of the best movies of the year, and the funniest film Albert Brooks has made in years.